Name: Arlenis Sierra
Place of Birth: Manzanillo
Date of Birth: 7th December 1992
Astana Womens Team
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Vuelta a Andalucia Elite Women announces 2023 route
Following on from its first edition held in 2022, the Vuelta a Andalucia has announced the route for the 2023 edition to be held between
Women’s Amstel Gold Race 2023 Race Preview
The history of the Women’s Amstel Gold Race is very much in two parts. An initial race was held between 2001-2003 (won by Nicole Cooke, Leontien van Moorsel and Debby Mansveld), reaching the highest-level Women’s World Cup set of races in its final year of that run.
Paris Roubaix Femmes 2023 Race Preview
It’s a short history for the Paris Roubaix Femmes as the race has only been held since 2021. Originally earmarked for 2020, that edition to be held in the Autumn was postponed as the pandemic took hold again. Eventually moved into 2021, the first year saw a long-range move from Lizzie Deignan who attacked before the cobbles started to ensure a strong lead position on the very muddy cobbled sectors that year.
Tour of Flanders Women 2023 Race Preview
A Women’s Tour of Flanders goes back to 2004, where the race immediately joined the top-level Road World Cup. From there, it’s pretty much been a who’s who of women’s cycling on the winner’s list. World champions, grand tour winners and more, every name is heavily linked to women’s cycling with no surprises like say Jacky Durand on the men’s list.
Dwars Door Vlaanderen Women 2023 Race Preview
A women’s Dwars Door Vlaanderen has been going for a solid decade at this point. First run back in 2012 at national level, it took 5 editions before it joined the UCI ranks. That didn’t stop it from having big names race it in that period though. The early winners board is dominated by Amy Pieters with her 3 wins in a row from 2014-2016.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda 2023 Race Preview
The Trofeo Alfredo Binda has been around for what feels like forever, it’s one of the crown jewels of the women’s cycling calendar. With all the talk the other week of whether Strade Bianche is a monument (it isn’t), the Trofeo Alfredo Binda is unarguably one in women’s cycling.