Chantal Blaak rode to her second victory of the 2016 UCI Women’s WorldTour in Belgium on Sunday, to move back into the overall lead of the WorldTour after four events. The 26-year-old Dutch rider added victory in Ghent Wevelgem to her Ronde van Drenthe win earlier this month to take a ten point lead at the top of the standings.

In windy conditions Blaak soloed to victory by 1-minute and 24-seconds ahead of a seven rider group, led in by 2015 Aviva Women's Tour winner Lisa Brenneauer.

Chantal Blaak, pictured left, photo thanks to Boels Dolmans/Wouter Roosenboom

With the race splitting up on the first ascent of the famous Kemmelberg climb, close to Ypres, that elite selection was further narrowed down on the second ascent, with the Boels Dolmans team having several riders in the front group, including WorldTour leader Lizzie Armitstead.

It was an attack by teammate Armitstead that Blaak countered, going on to the solo victory, moving her ten points ahead of Armitstead at the top of the UCI Women's WorldTour standings.  Wiggle HIGH5's Emma Johansson remains third, just ahead of Anna Van Der Breggen (Rabo Liv) and a third Boels Dolmans rider, Megan Guarnier.  

In the Under-23 standings Team Liv Plantur's Floortje Mackaij continues to lead, although is level on points with Rabo Liv's Katarzyna Niewiadoma.

You can read a report on here or check out the full results on ProCyclingStats here and watch the UCI's highlights of Ghent Wevelgem below including an interview with Chantal Blaak.

The UCI Women's WorldTour continues next Sunday (3 April) with the Tour of Flanders