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March, 10 2014 08:28:00

That wins third stage, Nhien retains yellow jersey

Nguyen Thị That.— Photo nld

HCM CITY (VNS) — Nguyen Thi That took her second stage win yesterday at the International Women's Cycling Binh Duong Open, while Duong Thi Bich Nhien maintained her place at the top of the rankings.

That took 1hr 16.13min to finish first the 10-lap 51km around Xuan Huong Lake in Da Lat City.

Thailand's Lan Jutatip Maneephan and Boonsawat Panwaraporn came second and third.

That, of the Vinh Binh An Giang Rice team, also pocketed 20 points to extend her lead the sprint for the green jersey.

Nhien of Domesco Pharmacy Dong Thap was not in the top three finishers but her total time of 7:02.23 was enough to keep her in front after three stages.

In the team rankings, Dong Thap 2 lead with a total time of 21:12.22, followed by Binh Duong 1 and Thailand. Today, cyclists will race 48km around Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province. — VNS

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