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HTC Take Hold of NZCT Tour on Stage One
23 Feb, 2011

HTC-Highroad's longtime performers Judith Arndt, Amber Neben and Ina Teutenberg took the NZ Charitable Trust Women's Tour of New Zealand to the rest of the field today in stage one to Masterton, the trio's aggressive riding netted the US squad the stage win, the sprinter's jersey and the bunch sprint to boot.

NZ Road Champion Cath Cheatley showed her class in splitting the HTC-Highroad pair finishing in second place and in doing so has kept her dreams alive of winning the final yellow jersey in Wellington this Sunday.

"It was incredible team work out there," reported HTC-Highroad rookie Ally Stacher, "We all stuck to our jobs and we were in all the breaks. We shut everything down.

"Amber Neben has the sprinter's jersey and Judith Arndt won the stage after Amber led her out in the final 900 metres before Judith pinned it with 200 metres remaining," she explained.

1 13 ARNDT, Judith TCW 2:45:19
2 49 CHEATLEY, Catherine NZL
3 31 CORSET, Ruth JAI
4 79 HOGAN, Joanne VIS
5 80 WHITELAW, Vicki VIS
6 3 NEYLAN, Rachel DPZ
8 15 NEBEN, Amber TCW
9 32 GILLOW, Shara JAI 00:04
10 14 TEUTENBERG, Ina-yoko TCW 00:35
11 1 OLDS, Shelley DPZ
12 12 ZHAO, Na GPC
13 57 COLLINS, Emily (U23) CYC
14 16 HOSKING, Chloe (U23) TCW
15 9 SHENG, Yongyan GPC
16 7 MENG, Lang GPC
17 54 CHILCOTT, Kate (U23) NZL
18 20 HARIGAI, Chisako (U23) JPN
19 10 SHI, Li Na (U23) GPC
20 36 GOSS, Belinda JAI
21 11 HUANG, Li GPC
22 35 CARLE, Alexandra (U23) JAI
23 67 SHERIDAN, Serena MIN
24 37 LOCKE, Rebecca PRI
25 81 HODGES, Kendelle (U23) VIS
26 17 STACHER, Ally TCW
27 72 HASSAN, Naila MIN
28 33 KITCHEN, Lauren (U23) JAI
29 8 LUO, Xiao Ling GPC
30 22 SUTTON, Philippa (U23) JPN
31 52 LOWE, Courteney (U23) NZL
32 34 SPRATT, Amanda JAI
33 18 MILLER, Amanda TCW
34 73 WATTERS, Zoe ARM
35 55 CRUM, Emma (U23) CYC
36 70 KUHAJEK, Jeanne MIN 00:41
37 51 BURKE, Melanie NZL
38 21 MYOCHIN, Yuko (U23) JPN
39 19 UWANO, Minami (U23) JPN
40 4 ANDRUK, Alona DPZ
41 26 DALLAT, Clare TDR
42 45 MEDLEY, Laura NZC
43 68 MCCOY, Paula (U23) MIN
44 69 LARNER, Rachel MIN
46 39 WILLIAMS, Naomi PRI
47 82 JACOBS, Lisa VIS
48 43 COPP, Janine NZC
49 76 NITIS, Shanice (U23) ARM
50 46 WHITSON, Genevieve NZC
51 77 DOODY, Rachel ARM
52 74 NEAVE, Ashleigh (U23) ARM
53 2 PIERCE, Amber DPZ
54 28 BRADLEY, Amy TDR 05:02
55 27 RILEY, Sarah TDR
56 40 TROTTER, Ingrid PRI
57 71 BROWNLEE, Gayle MIN
58 38 WHITBURN, Nicole PRI
59 59 GRANT, Emma (U23) CYC 05:29
60 47 NIKOLINA, Orlic NZC 05:32
61 75 VIT, Maddison (U23) ARM 07:00
62 58 SMITH, Corrinne (U23) CYC
63 56 BEST, Tracy CYC
64 44 KAUFFMANN, Anna NZC 11:00
65 29 ASTIER, Delphine TDR
66 30 GALLOWAY, Myfanwy (U23) TDR DNS
67 53 HOLT, Melisa NZL DNS
69 62 SIBLEY, Donna ORB DNS
71 64 BURNS, Aimee ORB DNS
72 65 MINTY, Amanda ORB DNS
73 66 GIDDEN, Josie ORB DNS

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