Not only the men can enjoy themselves on the slopes in the Ardennes on Sunday, the women also ride their climbing classic with Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Follow La Doyenne from start to finish on this page. The broadcast on Canvas starts at 11:20 am and then we also switch on our live stream.

  1. 08:25. La Doyenne remastered. The lustrum edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège is one to lick your thumbs and fingers. The riders will be treated to a longer course with extra slopes on the renewed La Doyenne course. & Nbsp; On the menu: Côte de Wanne (3.6 km at 5.1%) Côte de la Haute-Levée (2.2 km at 7.5%) Col du Rosier (4.5 km at 5.9%) Côte de Desnié (1.6 km at 8.1%) Côte de la Redoute (2.1 km at 8.9%) Côte des Forges (1.3 km at 7.8%) Côte de la Roche-aux-Faucons (1.3 km at 11%).
  2. 25-04-2021.
  3. 14 hours 53.
  4. 11 am 11. No title holder Deignan in Liège. Lizzie Deignan broke through the Dutch hegemony in Liège-Bastogne-Liège in 2020. The British from Trek-Segafredo soloed to victory for Grace Brown. Three years in a row a Dutch rider won in Liège, with 2 victories for Anna van der Breggen and 1 for Annemiek van Vleuten. Last year, however, Lizzie Deignan managed to triumph. This year, the British did not collect any results and on Sunday she will not start in La Doyenne to defend her title. The SD Worx block with Anna van der Breggen, who won in Huy the day before yesterday, as a major asset and Annemiek van Vleuten are the two top favorites. The women start in Bastogne and have to cover 140.9 kilometers. They will be presented with seven slopes with the same final as the men. No Deignan at Trek-Segafredo, just like Ellen van Dijk, 3rd in 2020. With Elisa Longo Borghini, 3rd in Walloon Arrow, they still have a solid iron in the fire. .
  5. 23-04-2021.
  6. 21 hours 32.
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