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by Mark Zalewski
June 21, 2016
In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Sagan returns to top of UCI rankings; Boels Dolmans continues women’s WorldTour dominance; Dimension Data ‘blown away’ by support for Keagan Girdlestone; Professional Cyclist Association to present revised security plan; Miguel Angel Lopez extends with Astana; Huffman, Walle wrap-up North Star Grand Prix wins; Giant USA lays off employees; AG2R-La Mondiale announces Tour de France team; Mike Woods returns after crash, focuses on Olympics; Copenhagen bidding for Tour de France start; On-bike at Tour de Suisse, stage 9; Behind the scenes at the Tour de Suisse; Race starter gets a little too close to Peter Sagan
The Boels Dolmans Cycling Team continues to dominate the UCI Women’s WorldTour, taking two stages and the overall at the Aviva Women’s Tour in Britain. World champ Lizzie Armitstead won the queen stage of the race on her way to the overall, while teammate Christine Majerus started things off with a win on the opening stage.
Despite skipping the race, Megan Guarnier (Boels Dolmans) remains atop the UCI Women’s WorldTour individual classification ahead of Armitstead and Emma Johansson.
Several other teams achieved top results in the United Kingdom. Lotta Lepistö (Cervélo-Bigla Pro Cycling) won from a breakaway on the final stage for the team’s first victory in the Women’s WorldTour while Amy Pieters (Wiggle High5) delivered her team its second Women’s WorldTour win on stage two.
Kasia Niewiadoma (Rabo Liv) retains the blue youth jersey.
Next up is the Giro d’Italia Internazionale Femminile, from July 1-7.
Click through to read more at UCI.ch.