Brit April Tacey wins again on stage four of the women's virtual Tour de France

The 19-year-old takes another sprint victory for Drops

April Tacey wins stage four of the virtual Tour de France (Zwift)

April Tacey took her second win at the women's virtual Tour de France, the 19-year-old Brit sprinting past Anna Henderson (Sunweb) and Lauren Stephens (Tibco-Silicon Valley Bank) on the line.

Stephens team-mate Leah Dixon then took fourth while Chloe Dygert (Twenty20) rounded out the top five.

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