The Women’s Road Race, featuring 67 riders from 42 countries, will bypass the iconic Fuji Sanroku and Mikuni Pass, but the race for gold still promises to pack a punch with a 2,692m ascent in just 137km.
Keep your eyes on Giro d’Italia Donne stage winner, Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio as she is sure to set the race alight with the support of African Continental Road Race champion, Carla Oberholzer, making her Olympic debut.
31 Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio
32 Carla Oberholzer
Sunday, 25 July
06h00 – 10h35 SAST
🏔️ 80,4 km – Doushi Road (1121m)
🏔️ 96,8 km – Kagosaka Pass (1111m)
Finish – 137km – Fuji International Speedway (591m)
More information on the startlists, race updates and official reports can be found at olympics.com