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Rider Results Returns

Our daily twitter competition returns for the OVO Engery Women’s Tour. Everyday of the race, predict the place of our Rock and Roll Riders via Pro Women's Cycling to WIN PRIZES.

Sarah Connelly aka Pro Women’s Cycling has selected her favourite dark horses, daring domestiques and chance challengers in the Women’s Tour. Take part on twitter @1ookmumnohands for daily rewards every stage of the race. These riders are some of the most charismatic, friendly, and engaging we know and for sure we think they all rock (and roll.) Read more about the Tour and the riders on the PWCycling page here.

How do I take part?
Join us on twitter @1ookmumnohands. Use the hashtag #riderresults to tweet your prediction of where you think our daily rider will place in the stage. Cut off point is 5K to go. Closet predictions wins! Judge’s decision is final.

What can I win?
We've got cycling caps, bidons, musettes, podium pants, and more.... keep an eye out for the daily prize announcement to see what's up for grabs.

Stage 1
We're kicking off Wednesday 7th June with our first rider for Stage 1, Marianne Vos.

(She) has the most interesting race history. In the first year, she won 3 stages and the overall GC; in 2015, she couldn’t race as she was having injury issues, but presented the TV highlights (I interviewed her about that here); then last year, she “only” won one stage and came 4th in the GC.... - Sarah Connolly  

Stage 2
Sarah's picked Team WNT’s Lydia Boylan.

If you don’t know Lydia, she’s fantastic.  We picked the Irish Road Champion and trackie – the only Irish woman racing here – because she started racing road for Look Mum!’s women’s team, LMNH, and I love her attitude, and her team’s.  Team WNT is a small British squad that races domestically, and takes riders to Europe to develop and learn – and in Boylan’s case, win her first UCI race at the Setmana Clasica Valenciana this year. - Sarah Connolly  

Stage 3
Sarah picks Audrey Cordon-Ragot of Wiggle High5.

This French woman is currently in the Queen of the Mountains jersey, but her priority won’t be defending it, because she is the Wiggle road captain and one of the top domestiques out there, who doesn’t necessarily get as much recognition as she should, because her team mate Elisa Longo Borghini is so good at getting into breaks, so there aren’t the images of Cordon-Ragot gurning as she chases back, etc, but she’s been working hard to get to the break point, and doing all she can to support the breaks.

Read more about why Sarah picked Audrey here. See you on twitter with your predictions.


Also, watch the Women's Tour with us!
London based? Why not watch The Women's Tour highlights (sadly, we can only screen it a day after the race) on the big screen at 49 Old St


Good luck to all the riders in the Women’s Tour!

Live Cycling: La Course

The sixth edition of La Course by Le Tour de France will be held in Pau on Friday 19th July! Come and watch the women's race LIVE on our big screen at 49 Old St. EC1V 9HX from 8:45am - 11:45am.  

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OVO Energy Women’s Tour - Rider Results

On Wednesday 13th June, one of the riders’ and fans’ favourite UCI World Tour race kicks off  - the Ovo Energy Women’s Tour. Don't miss the chance to WIN #Lmnh PRIZES everyday of the race by playing #RiderResults on twitter with Voxwomen and us.  

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Rider Results

Our twitter competition returns for the Women's Tour De Yorkshire. During Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the race, predict the place of our Rock and Roll Riders via Voxwomen to WIN PRIZES.