Lizzie Armitstead rode to her second victory of the new-for-2016 UCI Women’s WorldTour at the weekend, taking the win in the Trofeo Alfredo Binda in northern Italy to move back into the lead of the WorldTour.

The Boels Dolmans rider and reigning World Champion, who won the season opening Strade Bianche earlier this month, took a solo victory with a late attack, meaning her team have now won all three of the UCI Women's WorldTour races held to date.

The team also took a 1-2 from the Trofeo Alfredo Binda, with American Megan Guarnier coming second ahead of Swiss rider Jolanda Neff.  Armitstead now leads the WorldTour by 60-points from Anna van der Breggen with Emma Johansson a further 25-points in arrears in third place.

You can check out a report and quotes from the race on here and the full results on ProCyclingStats here.  The UCI have their report here, including a look ahead to the next round on Sunday in Belgium, the Gent Wevelgem In Flanders Fields classic.

You can watch a brief video from the Trofeo Alfredo Binda, including the finish and an interview with Lizzie Armitstead below.