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Lotte Kopecky Wins by a Huge Margin in Giro: “one of the Best Lead-outs Ever”

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Lotte Kopecky won the fifth stage of the Giro d’Italia Women in impressive fashion on Thursday. After her teammates from SD Worx-ProTime dropped her off perfectly, she won the bunch sprint with a landslide.

Lotte Kopecky Wins by a Huge Margin in Giro: “one of the Best Lead-outs Ever”.

“It was very hectic,” Kopecky began her story about the last kilometers. “There were a lot of roundabouts and the pace was very high. But I had great teammates around me all day. Especially in the final. They kept me in position perfectly. I think it was one of the best lead-outs I ever had. The timing was perfect. Elena Cecchini went with five hundred meters to go and Barbara (Guarischi, ed.) took the last corner. I started sprinting and when I passed her she was already saying ‘Yes!’. That was very nice.”

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