Stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia Donne finished in a predictable bunch sprint. The stage win and new leader in the maglia rosa went to Elisa Balsamo (TFS) with Sarah Roy CANYON//SRAM Racing’s best-placed rider in 19th.
Neve Bradbury was the first rider away in a two-rider breakaway for the first 20km of the stage, picking up second on the only mountain classification of the stage. When the duo were caught a small breakaway went away until the final 20km. A long and straight sprint finish saw the first change in the leader’s jersey.
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Stage 3 | 2 July | Dorgali – Olbia | 113.4km | Race start 10:45 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 4 | 4 July | Cesena | 120.9km | Race start 12:00 | Broadcast 14:00CEST
Stage 5 | 5 July | Carpi – Reggio Emilia | 126.1km | Race start 11:00 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 6 | 6 July | Sarnico – Bergamo | 114.7km | Race start 10:55 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 7 | 7 July | Prevalle – Passo Maniva | 112.9km | Race start 10:55 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 8 | 8 July | Rovereto – Aldeno | 104.7km | Race start 11:05 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 9 | 9 July | San Michelle All’Adige – San Lorenzo Dorsino | 112.8km | Race start 10:55 | Broadcast 12:45CEST
Stage 10 | 10 July | Abano Terme – Padova | 90.5km | Race start 11:50 | Broadcast 12:45CEST