The Boels Dolmans team continued a 100% record from the opening two events of the new UCI Women’s WorldTour, as Chantal Blaak won Saturday’s Ronde van Drenthe in the Netherlands, while Rabo Liv’s Anna van der Breggen moved into the WorldTour lead.

Blaak followed on from teammate Lizzie Armitstead's victory in Strade Bianche to win from a four rider group containing second placed Gracie Elvin, Trixi Worrack and Van der Breggen.

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

Blaak forced the eventual race winning move that took the quartet clear, while Van der Breggen's fourth place finish gives her the UCI Women's WorldTour leader's jersey after previous leader Armitstead failed to finish due to illness.

Van der Breggen now enjoys a ten point lead over Blaak and Armitstead, with Elvin fourth and Strade Bianche runner-up Katarzyna Niewiadoma in fifth.

Having not ridden in the Ronde van Drenthe, the Under-23 jersey passes from Niewiadoma to Team Liv Plantur's Floortje Mackaij.

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