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A quick preview look at Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023

The men’s Veenendaal Veenendaal has a long history but in contrast, there have only been 2 women’s editions. The first took place in 2018 and was won by Annemiek van Vleuten. The Dutch star is from Wageningen, on the bottom right corner of the race route. She won a sprint-a-deux with Malgorzata Jasinska, who is now a DS at Lifeplus-Wahoo. Behind them, Lorena Wiebes took the bunch sprint ahead of Lotte Kopecky in what was her first season in the Elites. The race then paused, with no edition in 2019 and no doubt Covid playing a role in the race not being held in 2020 and 2021.

Last year’s return edition saw grim wet conditions but an early break from Gladys Verhulst and Karlijn Swinkels was enough to contest the victory. The French rider took the win in another sprint-a-deux and this time it was Rachele Barbier winning the bunch sprint for 3rd place. Karlijn Swinkels is on the startlist for the 2023 edition and will be hoping to go a step further and secure victory this year.

Which teams are racing at Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023?

Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023 Teams

What does the Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023 route look like?

Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023 Map

Veenendaal Veenendaal Race Profile

Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023 Profile

Where can I watch Veenendaal Veenendaal 2023?

The men’s race is live on Saturday, but the women’s race, unfortunately, isn’t shown live.

Twitter updates will be via the #VV23 or #VeenendaalVeenendaal hashtags.

Who are the main riders to watch?

  • Lotte Kopecky
  • Julia Kopecky
  • Flora Perkins
  • Marthe Truyen
  • Audrey Cordon-Ragot
  • Daria Pikulik
  • Rachele Barbieri
  • Megan Jastrab
  • Pfeiffer Georgi
  • Karlijn Swinkels
  • Fem van Empel
  • Maria Giulia Confalonieri
  • Charlotte Broughton
  • Arianne Fidanza
  • Martina Fidanza
  • Dominika Wlodarczyk
  • Femke Gerritse
  • Sofie van Rooijen
  • Lieke Nooijen
  • Margot Vanpachtenbeke
  • Nora Tveit
  • Anastasia Carbonari