2018 Women's Race Summary

Stage 1 presented Visit California

Californian Kendall Ryan Wins Stage One of Women's Three-Day Race

As the women’s race kicked off today, the anticipated sprint to the finish ended with Team TIBCO-Silicon Valley Bank delivering their 2015 National Champion (Criterium) Kendall Ryan, (born Thousand Oaks, Calif. / resides Ventura, Calif.) to the stage victory.

Next over the line were Rally Cycling’s Emma White (Duanesburg, New York) and Wiggle High5’s former track World Champion and 2012 Olympic Omnium Bronze Medalist Annette Edmondson (AUS).

Stage 1 Recap Show

Stage 2 presented by Visit California

Katie Hall Repeats History and Seizes Race Lead in the Mountains with Women's Race Conclusion on the Horizon

A pair of California riders, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling’s Katie Hall (Oakland, Calif.) and Trek-Drops’ Tayler Wiles (Fairfax, Calif.), jumped out of the pack with about 5 miles to go in today's mountainous South Lake Tahoe stage, with Hall ultimately pulling ahead to a solo stage victory, which she also claimed last year on the same stage finish. Having lost the race lead last year to Anna van der Breggen by just one second gained through Sprint points on the final circuit stage in Sacramento, Hall’s goal today was to gain enough time to protect her lead tomorrow on the same course. 

Stage 2 Recap Show

STAGE 3 presented by Visit California

Californian Katie Hall Wins 2018 Amgen Tour of California Women's Race Empowered with SRAM

After placing second in last year’s race by just one second, UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling’s Katie Hall (Oakland, Calif.) came away the decisive 2018 champion when Stage 3 and the race concluded today in Sacramento. Trek-Drops’ Tayler Wiles (Fairfax, Calif.) claimed second place overall with CANYON//SRAM Racing’s Kasia Niewiadoma (POL) in third.

Stage 3 Recap Show