What to look for at the Israeli women’s Tour?
There are some key changes to look out for in the second leg of the Israel Women’s Classic in Israel.
There will be a new line-up of seven teams, with five women’s teams (from the US, Germany, Spain, Italy, and the UK) and three men’s teams.
This means that there will be four different men’s and women’s races, and that the first of those will be an Israeli womens road race.
The Israeli women are expected to perform extremely well in the road race, with three top-five finishes, and they will be looking to repeat that performance in the women’s race.
The race is expected to be very fast, with the peloton expected to travel from 10 km to 40 km per hour.
This is expected, as it is the first time in a women’s road race that the road races will be at a maximum speed.
The Israel Womens Tour is one of the most successful women’s cycling events in the world, and it is no surprise that the Israel Cycling Academy (ICA) has selected the Israeli team for the race.
Israel is home to some of the fastest sprinters in the World, with Yael Nachman, Sarah Stosur, and Rachel Menges (Natchit Mavraya) among the favourites to make it to the top of the podium.
The women will be hoping to repeat their best performance in 2013, when they won the Women’s WorldTour title and reached the final in the Womens WorldTour.
In the womens team, Yolanda Arquette (Cyclist WorldTour) is expected by many to make a strong showing in the race, and she has shown some very promising performances in recent years.
In 2013, she won the Criterium du Dauphine, took third in the Critérium du Dâle, and won the European Championships in Berlin.
In 2014, she took fifth in the European Tour and took silver at the world championships.
In 2013, Yuliya Shcheglov (Katusha) also finished in the top three in the standings in the time trial and won gold at the Worlds.
She is now an Olympic silver medalist and was the defending champion in the London Games.
This year, she is expected at least to defend her title, although there is still a chance for her to take silver.
Another strong contender for silver will be Elisa Longo Borghini (Lampre-Merida) who won silver at last year’s race and finished second overall.
She will be trying to repeat the success she had in 2013.
She finished second in the stage to the Worlds in 2014 and in the team time trial.
In women’s racing, the most promising names in the peloton are Kristina Schartens (Wiggle-High5), Eileen Kretschmann (Team Sky), and Eileen Sorensen (Katash) of Team Sky.
They are all excellent sprinters who have shown promise at the WorldTour level, and have shown that they are able to hold their own in the mountains.
Kretschnmann is the best sprinter in the field, and is one to watch as she makes her debut on the road.
She has a great combination of speed, power, and strength, and has been winning a number of sprint races in recent seasons.
Kretschnman also has a very strong sprinting record, winning the 2013 and 2014 world championships and winning the 2015 WorldTour stage race.
This will be her first time on the roads in a race, as she will be joining her team for this race.
In a race with a maximum distance of 4,800 km (2,500 miles), she is a rider who can break the field and is the one to look to in this race, although she has the potential to fall off the pace.
Sorenensen is a very talented rider who has a good overall record and is likely to get some great performances in this field.
In team time trials, a number in the mix are the two American riders, Lauren Kitchen (Canyon-SRAM) and Lauren Stephens (Cylance).
Kitchen won silver in the 2014 WorldTour, and Stephens has had a great season so far, with four wins, three second places, and two podiums.
She won the world championship in 2014.
Stephens has also won several road races and stage races, with a silver medal at the 2014 Worlds, and a silver at Paris-Roubaix in 2014, and with a good chance to make her debut in this year’s women’s team time-trial.
Stephen is the fastest woman in the US and has a strong team time at the moment, as is Kitchen.
Both are very good in a sprint and in a team time Trial.
Both have the potential for great performances, and could very well finish in the podium