The final day of action at the Simac Ladies Tour saw some fierce racing over a hilly course based around Arnhem, with Pfeiffer Georgi taking fifth on the stage and securing fourth on GC at the end of the race.
A fast start saw multiple attacks in the bunch with Team dsm-firmenich ensuring they were present in any dangerous move. Eventually after almost 50 kilometres of action a group of around 20 riders went clear, with Georgi riding strongly to make the split. The gap consistently hovered between one and two minutes, with a group of chasers then bridging across, making it roughly 25 riders out front. Despite a committed chase in the peloton, the front group were able to hold off and heading into the final 20 kilometres it was clear they would fight it out for the win. Georgi used her positioning skills well and came around the final corner in fifth wheel. With the pace on from the turn and the sprint fully opened, it’s where Georgi would finish on the stage; claiming fourth on the overall classification to round out a successful week of racing for Team dsm-firmenich.