Liège Bastogne Liège Femmes 2021 – Race summary

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  • Tour de France published this video item, entitled “Liège Bastogne Liège Femmes 2021 – Race summary” – below is their description.

    Relive the best moments of the race won by VOLLERING Demi (TEAM SD WORX) in front of VAN VLEUTEN Annemiek (MOVISTAR TEAM WOMEN) and LONGO BORGHINI Elisa (TREK – SEGAFREDO)!

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    Hashtag Officiel : #LBL #LBLwomen

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