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The highlight reel of Annemiek van Vleuten's 16-year career continues to grow in her final season, as the Movistar Team legend added another Giro Donne win to her evergrowing list of accolades. The Maglia Rosa is hers for the fourth time, marking her second Grand Tour of 2023.

Annemiek van Vleuten wins the Giro Donne for the fourth time in her career.

Led by van Vleuten, Movistar was named the Best Team at the Giro, claiming their 19th Grand Tour to become the most decorated team in the current women's peloton.

Movistar Team wins Best Team at the Giro Donne.

Joining van Vleuten on the General Classification podium was Gaia Realini of Lidl-Trek in 3rd. The 22-year-old also earned the Best Young Rider and Best Italian Rider jerseys. 

Gaia Realini got third in the General Classification as well as the Best Young Rider and Best Italian Rider jerseys.

In addition to the GC podiums, three stage victories went to van Vleuten, as she and several other SRAM athletes took the top step in seven of eight stages.

  • Annemiek van Vleuten (Movistar Team) - Stages 2, 6, and 7
  • Lorena Wiebes (Team SD Worx) - Stage 3
  • Elisa Longo Borghini (Lidl-Trek)  - Stage 4
  • Antonia Niedermaier (CANYON//SRAM Racing) - Stage 5
  • Blanka Vas (Team SD Worx) - Stage 8
SRAM riders won 7 of 8 Giro Donne stages.

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