2004 UCI Road World Championships – Women's road race
|2004 UCI Road World Championships|
|Dates||2004-10-02 in Verona (ITA)|
|Distance||132.75 km (82.49 mi)|
|Winning time||03h 44' 38"|
The women's road race of the 2004 UCI Road World Championships cycling event took place on 2 October in Verona, Italy. Starting at 13:30 CEST, the race was 132.75 km long, which constituted of 9 laps of a circuit around Torricelle, including the 3.4 km Torricelle climb, with an average gradient of approximately 4%, 7% at the steepest point. The course was almost identical to the one used for the 1999 UCI Road World Championships when Edita Pučinskaitė won the women's championship.
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- Tim Maloney (2004-10-02). "A different kind of salute: Arndt wins World's with both arms raised – Audacious Italian Guderzo runner-up". Cyclingnews.