2024 Omloop van het Hageland announces wildcard teams

Omloop van het Hageland 2023 Podium Bastianelli Wiebes Cordon-Ragot

The Omloop van het Hageland, a prestigious elite women’s professional road bicycle race, has been a fixture in the Hageland area of Belgium since 2007. Evolving from a 1.2 UCI-rated race to a 1.1 category, the race’s history includes a period as a criterium, known as Tielt-Winge (Wielertrofee Vlaanderen) before 2011. Characterised by a generally flat route interspersed with cobbles and the Roeselberg climb, it provides opportunities for both sprinters and breakaway specialists.

2023 Omloop van het Hageland Recap

As you’d expect, this was one of the many races won by SD Worx, with Lorena Wiebes clinching victory at the Omloop van het Hageland. This triumph came on the heels of Lotte Kopecky’s solo win at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, marking a notable 1-2 for the team. The 2023 race saw a reduced peloton navigating 123.9 km from Aarschot to Tielt-Winge, with several crashes on the cobblestones adding to the challenge. Key breakaways included Arianna Fidanza and Alison Jackson, but it was Wiebes who emerged victorious in the final sprint, leading ahead of Marta Bastianelli and Audrey Cordon-Ragot.

Teams for Omloop van het Hageland 2024

The race organisation has confirmed the participation of these teams for the 2024 edition scheduled for February 25, 2024.

Women’s WorldTour

UAE Team ADQ (UAE)
Movistar Team Women (Spain)
Team SD Worx (Netherlands)
Lidl Trek (USA)
DSM Firmenich PostNL (Netherlands)
Fenix Deceunick (Belgium)
FDJ-Suez (France)

Continental Women

Lifeplus Wahoo (Great Britain)
Team Coop Repsol (Norway)
BePink Gold (Italy)
VolkerWessel Pro Women’s Cycling Team (Netherlands)
Lotto Dstny Ladies (Belgium)
Duolar Chevalmeire (Belgium)
AG Insurance NXTG U23 Team (Belgium)
Proximus Cyclis Alphamotorhomes (Belgium)
Hess Cycling Team (Great Britain)
Canyon//SRAM Generation (Germany)
Liv Alula Jayco Development Squad (Australia)
EF Education Cannondale (USA)
Arkéa B&B Hôtels (France)
St Michel Auber (France)
Maxx Solar Rose Women Team (Germany)
GT Krush Rebel Lease Pro Cycling (Netherlands)
Fassa Bortolo (Italy)

National Team

USA National Team (USA)

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