Then we have Chiara Consonni. The Italian won the final stage of the Giro Donne and has sprinted to victory a few times this season. Getting Consonni stage wins or green jersey points will be the main focus for Valcar-Travel & Service throughout the Tour.
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Team DSM likely bring the best sprint option. Their roster includes Lorena Wiebes, surely this season's best sprinter so far. With Team DSM having a notoriously drilled lead-out train, Wiebes will be set up perfectly to take some stage wins.
From Movistar, Emma Norsgaard will be hoping for a stage win with a strong lead out from her teammates. The Danish rider won a stage of the Giro Donne last year and has asserted herself in recent seasons as one of the brightest young talents when it comes to sprinting. With her team containing the main contender for the overall GC, however, it will be interesting to see how much resource Movistar dedicate to helping Norsgaard in the flatter stages. 2b1af7f3a8