Plouay 121.5 km (4laps of the 26.9 km circuit + 1 lap of the 13.9 km circuit)
Plouay is here and it's the final round of the 2015 World Cup and at the same time the last (ever) World Cup as the women's calendar will take an exciting new World Tour format.
With quite a tight top 5 the final World Cup is far from decided. The leader D'Hoore is not starting Plouay as it is too hilly for her to have a chance so the next three all have a theoretical chance to win the overall. With 120,100,85,70,60,50,40,35,30..... points up for grabs Van der Breggen is really the only one who can totally control her own destiny. With 21 points up to AvdB, Lizzie Armitstead could still see the win slip away even if she wins, providing van der Breggen finishes second. Longo Borghini obviously needs a lot of things to go her way for her to win...
|1||4||D'HOORE Jolien||BEL19900314||WIGGLE HONDA||391|
|2||2||VAN DER BREGGEN Anna||NED19900418||RABO LIV WOMEN CYCLING TEAM||385|
|3||1||ARMITSTEAD Elizabeth||GBR19881218||BOELS DOLMANS CYCLING TEAM||364|
|4||3||LONGO BORGHINI Elisa||ITA19911210||WIGGLE HONDA||320|
|5||6||BRAND Lucinda||NED19890702||RABO LIV WOMEN CYCLING TEAM||297|
LIVE VIDEO: The race will be broadcast from 15:30 CEST. If you don't have a local broadcaster you can watch it on the UCI Channel
Camper-van Queen of the Day: Pauline Ferrand Prevot
Rabo, Boels and Wiggle all have insanely stacked teams for this course but Rabo clearly have the most cards to play.
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