The U23 women (19-22 years old) will open the road races program for the European Cycling Championships. It will be for succeed the Italian Letizia Paternoster, member of the WorldTour Trek-Segafredo team, who won last year in Alkmaar in the Netherlands. It will be the 26th edition of this European championship in this category created in 1995.
On the morning. 6 laps of the Circuit de Plouay. 6 x 13,650 km = 81,900 km.
Since its first edition disputed in 2016 at Plumelec, with the victory of the Slovakian Peter Sagan, the Men's European Elite Championship has become a major event of the season. We saw also the Norwegian Alexander Kristoff and the Italians Matteo Trentin and Elia Viviani register their names on the prize list. Elia Viviani, now leader of the Cofidis team, is a regular at Plouay where he won in 2017.
On the afternoon. 13 laps of the Circuit de Plouay. 13 x 13,650 km = 177,450 km.