RACE:
CRESCENT VARGARDA (SE)

DATE:
AUGUST 11th & 13th

RACES:
TWO RACES


ABOUT 
THE TTT

The first part of the Crescent Vargarda is a team time trial of 42,5 km on hilly roads, which will be held on Friday, the 11th of august. The race will see the best teams at the start, having a last tryout before the most important team time trial of the year: the World Championships, held close by in Norway.


ABOUT 
THE ROAD RACE

The road race of the Crescent Vargarda takes place on Sunday, the 13th of august. Our Waowgirls will leave the start at 9h35 local time, and they’ll face some tough challenges along the course. First, the peloton will have to complete four laps of 11 km, followed by a big lap of 53 km. During this big lap, they’ll have to conquer four gravel sections (see red sections on the road map).

The first gravel section they’ll meet will show up after completing 52,9 km of the course. This will be a gravel section of 2,5 km, soon followed by number two (after 64,8 km – section of 3,4 km), number three (after 84,2 km – section of 2,6 km) and number four (after 91 km – section of 3 km). After completing this big lap, there are 5 small laps of 11 km left. All of this adds up to a total of 152 km.

The race will be distributed live all over the world:

  • Eurosport 2 – Live report of the road race on Sunday – 10h30 – 13h30 CET
  • UCI Youtube channel – News about Friday’s TT and live report of road race on Sunday

LINE UP

RACE:
CRESCENT VARGARDA (SE)

DATE:
AUGUST 11th & 13th

RACES:
TWO RACES


ABOUT 
THE TTT

The first part of the Crescent Vargarda is a team time trial of 42,5 km on hilly roads, which will be held on Friday, the 11th of august. The race will see the best teams at the start, having a last tryout before the most important team time trial of the year: the World Championships, held close by in Norway.


ABOUT 
THE ROAD RACE

The road race of the Crescent Vargarda takes place on Sunday, the 13th of august. Our Waowgirls will leave the start at 9h35 local time, and they’ll face some tough challenges along the course. First, the peloton will have to complete four laps of 11 km, followed by a big lap of 53 km. During this big lap, they’ll have to conquer four gravel sections (see red sections on the road map).

The first gravel section they’ll meet will show up after completing 52,9 km of the course. This will be a gravel section of 2,5 km, soon followed by number two (after 64,8 km – section of 3,4 km), number three (after 84,2 km – section of 2,6 km) and number four (after 91 km – section of 3 km). After completing this big lap, there are 5 small laps of 11 km left. All of this adds up to a total of 152 km.

The race will be distributed live all over the world:

  • Eurosport 2 – Live report of the road race on Sunday – 10h30 – 13h30 CET
  • UCI Youtube channel – News about Friday’s TT and live report of road race on Sunday

LINE UP

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