Name: Letizia Borghesi
Place of Birth: Cles
Date of Birth: 16th October 1998
Letizia Borghesi Articles
Omloop van het Hageland 2023 Race Preview
Omloop van het Hageland is the second part of the Opening Weekend for the women’s peloton. With no Kuurne Brussels Kuurne, the long-running Omloop van het Hageland fills the gap nicely instead. More often than not the race comes down to a sprint, with the parcours just hard enough to drop any unsuspecting rider.
Clasica de Almeria 2023 Race Preview
There isn’t much of a history of the Clasica de Almeria, mainly because it hasn’t been held before! There isn’t even a note of a national level race that this year’s event has risen up from. There is a men’s Clasica de Almeria and it’s no doubt come about as a result of the success of that race. Unlike the Vuelta CV Feminas which packed a serious punch
Vuelta CV Feminas 2023 Race Preview
The Vuelta CV Feminas was the UCI season-opener in 2022 but with the return of the Australian calendar, we’ve already caught a glimpse of riders before heading to the Spanish coast. Indeed, in 2023 it’s not even the first Spanish race of the year after the Women Cycling Pro Costa de Almeria last weekend
EF Education-TIBCO-SVB 2023 Roster Preview
2022 Season Summary It was a solid start to the 2022 season with a few top-10s dotted here and there during the classics period. As
6 riders to look out for at the 2022 Tour de France Femmes
The Tour de France Femmes will bring women’s cycling to a whole new set of cycling fans. The pull of the Tour de France will
Tour de France Femmes 2022 Race Preview
The Tour de France Femmes has a long and convoluted history. The first race that could be considered a Women’s Tour de France was the La Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale, held in 1955. That race was won by the Brit Millie Robinson, who would also go on to be a women’s hour record holder. Held over 5 stages, the race ended up being a one-off event.