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No regrets for Amanda Spratt after second overall in Women’s Tour Down Under

No regrets for Amanda Spratt after second overall in Women’s Tour Down Under


After her attack on Mount Lofty on stage 2 of the Women’s Tour Down Under that was reeled in just 500 metres from the line, everybody expected Amanda Spratt (Trek-Segafredo) to try again on the Corkscrew in the final of stage 3. 

The 35-year-old delivered, succeeding with her move despite having the other favourites watching her and going solo on the steep climb. Unfortunately for Spratt, she was up against Grace Brown (FDJ-SUEZ) in top form who closed a 20-second gap in the descent and won the sprint, leaving Spratt with second on the stage and in the race overall.

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