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Lotte Kopecky wins Le Samyn Dames

Emma Cecilie Norsgaard sprinted to second with Chloe Hosking coming in third.

Anna van der Breggen wins Omloop Het Nieuwsblad with solo attack

Emma Cecilie Norsgaard of Movistar sprinted to second ahead of Amy Pieters.

Women's Cycling Weekly, Issue 14

Your weekly roundup of women's cycling news and insight.

What you need to know about Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, the women's season opener

The riders to watch and what the course holds for the opening race of the women's 2021 season.

Women's Cycling Weekly, Issue 13

Welcome to this week's roundup of all the news, results, and must-reads in women's cycling

Women's Cycling Weekly, Issue 12

Introducing a weekly newsletter dedicated to women's cycling

What the biggest transfers mean for the women’s peloton in 2021

A closer look some of the most significant transfers ahead of the 2021 season.

Ella Harris: “I’ve never been in that much pain – I couldn’t move”

In the theatre, the term ‘break a leg’ is used superstitiously in lieu of saying ‘good luck’ before going on stage. For cyclists, however...

Never off the podium: Lucinda Brand is dominating CX and eyeing Roubaix

Lucinda Brand hasn’t finished lower than third in a cyclocross race this year, and she's won the last three races she started. And all in...

The new triple-threat: World champion Ceylin Alvarado wants to win it all

Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado is the current world cyclocross champion. She's already won four races this season. She also rode her first mo...

Sarah Gigante has smashed Melbourne's 1 in 20 QOM ... and she's not done yet

On Wednesday morning Australian time trial champion (and VeloClub member) Sarah Gigante (Tibco-SVB) went on a rampage in the Dandenong Ra...

Her race was cancelled at the last minute, so she rode 1,000 km home

Hannah Ludwig of Canyon//SRAM recently rode 1,000 km over five days from a cancelled race in Bretagne back to her home in Germany. Speaki...

Ashleigh Moolman Pasio: 'Progress is not always comfortable'

Few riders are as willing to put their head above the parapet as Ashleigh Moolman Pasio. Having started in the sport relatively late, the...

Goodbye, Boels-Dolmans, and thanks for all the memories

On October 20, 2020 the Boels-Dolmans team lined up for AG Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne with a little more on their minds than the usual pr...

Jumbo-Visma to launch women’s team in 2021

From 2021, Team Jumbo-Visma will start its own women’s professional and development cycling teams. The expansion of the team is being sup...

Équipe Paule Ka shuts down mid-season after sponsors default on payments

Equipe Paule Ka - currently 4th on the UCI ranking - is ceasing operations immediately. The women's team has withdrawn from Sunday’s Tour...

Preview: Your guide to the 2020 women's Tour of Flanders

It feels like the season only started yesterday yet here we are, at the final one-day races of the year. Sunday's penultimate one-day rac...

Liane Lippert is one of the sport's most exciting young stars

Like me you've probably been focusing on the big stars over these past few months. Fair enough -- the likes of Anna van der Breggen, Lizz...

Gracie Elvin announces retirement from cycling

Two-time Australian road race champion and Classics specialist Gracie Elvin has announced that this will be her final season of professio...

Annemiek van Vleuten plans to race World Championships with broken wrist

The defending World Champion Annemiek van Vleuten is on her way to Italy to race the world championships today and is confident she will ...

What you might have missed at the 2020 Giro Rosa

The Giro Rosa is done for another year. The teams, staff and press have all either gone home or headed on to Imola for Worlds. The ‘podiu...