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Lorena Wiebes won the one-day race in 2019 after Kirsten Wild was disqualifiedVenue: London and Essex Dates: 27-29 MayCoverage: Highlights on Friday and Saturday on BBC iPlayer and Red Button. Live on Sunday on BBC Two, BBC iplayer, the BBC Sport website and the BBC Sport app

Defending champion Lorena Wiebes held off Elisa Balsamo to win the opening stage of the RideLondon Classique in a sprint finish in Maldon.

The Dutch rider finished over a bike length clear of Italian world champion Balsamo with Denmark’s Emma Norsgaard in third.

The event, which Wiebes won as a one-day race in 2019, has had a two-year break because of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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The 2022 edition is the first to be held as a three-day stage race.

Britain’s Anna Henderson had enlivened the stage with a solo breakaway after the intermediate sprint but was caught in the final 400m.

She eventually finished 27th, with Alice Barnes rolling over the finish line as the highest-placed Briton in 11th, four seconds behind Wiebes.

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