The VO Energy Women’s Tour is coming to an exciting climax, with just two stages left of the race.

And the undisputed leading female cyclist of the last decade, Marianne Vos, is really pushing for the victory.

The London 2012 Olympic Gold medallist, and 2014 Women’s Tour winner lies in second place, just 16 seconds behind the green jersey wearer Coryn Rivera from the USA

Vos has finished in the top 10 riders on all three stages of this year’s race so far.

And her Waowdeals team-mate, Dani Rowe, is keeping home interest alive in third place just 20 seconds behind Rivera.

The Olympic track team pursuit champion from 2012 won a bronze for Wales in this year’s Commonwealth games on the road, and is really developing into a strong road racer.

The two team-mates are putting together a pincer movement to try and take the overall lead.

Rowe is also in the blue Adnam’s Best British Rider jersey. Unfortunately Hayley Simmonds and Hannah Payton, both Worcestershire-born riders, had to abandon the race on Friday.

The Breast Cancer Care pink points jersey for finishers has Coryn Rivera ahead of Marianne Vos again, with Georgia Bronzini in third.

Italian Elisa Longo Borghini leads the Skoda Queen of the Mountains competition, from last year’s overall tour winner Katarzyna Niewiadoma, then Alena Amialiusik. Marianne Voss and Dani Rowe are in sixth and fifth position.

Coryn Rivera also leads the Eisberg sprints classification from Dani Rowe. The red jersey is worn by third place Amy Pieters, because Rivera is in the green jersey and Rowe in the blue jersey for best British rider.

With Vos, Rivera and Rowe doing well on the hills and in the finishes expect to see all three figure in the finale on Hylton Road in Worcester on Saturday