Brodie Chapman (FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope) may have been expected to drift back into the pack when she was finally caught after spending more than 30 kilometres out the front at Dwars door Vlaanderen, most of it solo, but it turns out one break just wasn’t enough for the unrelenting Australian. 

The French team known for its race animating style, had Victorie Guilman in an earlier break of two but that didn’t last. It was then Chapman’s turn to take over and put FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope back on the front foot after another move went less than half way through the 120km race and the team wasn’t in it. 


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