Name: Ally Wollaston
Nationality: New Zealand
Place of Birth: Auckland
Date of Birth: 4th January 2001
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AG Insurance-NXTG Team
Ally Wollaston Articles
The Simac Ladies Tour, formerly known as the Holland Ladies Tour, is a cornerstone event in the Women’s WorldTour having had that status since 2017. Its history goes back to 1998, before becoming a UCI race in 1999. In 2022, Lorena Wiebes joined the list of winners with her stellar all-round performance.
Over the years, the women’s Classic Lorient Agglomération Trophée Ceratizit, also known as the GP de Plouay, has grown into a prestigious fixture on the women’s professional cycling calendar. This French race has garnered significant attention for its challenging course that threads through the undulating Breton landscape.
It has been a whole year since Annemiek van Vleuten surprised the front group late on in Wollongong to take potentially the final rainbow jersey of her long career. We’ve been treated to the Dutch star in the white jersey with the rainbow colours for all of the 2022 season
The Thüringen Ladies Tour is another race with a long storied history in the women’s peloton but probably without the top-drawer race level that would normally bring. Hosted since 1986, it has never made it to the highest level of the women’s cycling calendar, although moves are being made to change that now. The race can look back on a list of winners that includes greats like Ina-Yoko Teutenberg, Mirjam Melchers, Hanka Kupfernagel, Zulfia Zabirova, Judith Arndt, Emma Johansson, and Lisa Brennauer.
Kiwi Ally Wollaston took the overall victory and stage victory in today’s second stage of the Festival Elsy Jacobs. The GC battle came down to
Marta Bastianelli took a great step to retain her Festival Elsy Jacobs title with victory on Stage 1 of the two-day race in Luxembourg. Her