Tour of Flanders for Women
|Local name(s)||Ronde van Vlaanderen voor Vrouwen (Dutch)|
|Competition||UCI Women's World Tour (since 2016)|
|Editions||13 (as of 2016)|
|First winner||Zoulfia Zabirova (RUS)|
|Most wins|| Mirjam Melchers-Van Poppel (NED)
Judith Arndt (GER)
|Most recent||Lizzie Armitstead (GBR)|
The women’s Tour of Flanders has been held every spring since 2004 on the same day as the men's race and was part of the UCI Women's Road World Cup until 2015. In 2016, the race became part of the new UCI Women's World Tour.
The race runs over a course that follows the last 55 km of the men's race to finish in Meerbeke. In 2008, the race featured three long flat cobbled sections: Paddestraat (2400m), Mater-Kerkgate (3000m) and Haaghoek (2000m), and 10 hills including the Molenberg, Eikenmolen, Muur-Kapelmuur and Bosberg.
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