With a good harvest already, the Vienna-born and based line-up hopes to end their Australian tour on a new high note on Saturday 28 January 2023 on the occasion of Cadel Evans’ second leg of the Women’s World Tour.
These excellent results now deserve FDJ-Suez at the top of the Women’s World Tour Rankings (1He is Department of the World) and Union Cycliste Internationale. And let’s not forget Gladys Verholst’s doubling (1repeats) and Clara Cobone (2H) on a disputed benchmark between Tour Down Under and Cadel Evans, 2H The World Tour Tour taking place on Saturday, January 28, 2023.
For this last race in Australia, the peloton will have to do 143km around Geelong. The profile is very hilly, with a gentle bump about ten kilometers from the finish which will act as a justice of the peace. Given her feelings at the moment, Grace Brown would be one of the candidates. The Australian will also wear the iconic Women’s World Tour captain’s jersey. But FDJ-Suez can also drop the Gladys Verhulst card depending on race conditions where tactics matter.
Cadel Evans: 2H Women’s World Tour on Saturday January 28 in Australia (143 km).
L’Equipe: Grace Brown, Lou Adigest, Clara Cobone, Eugenie Duvall, Victory Gilman, Gladys Verholst.
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