Name: Lotta Henttala
Place of Birth: Noormarkku
Date of Birth: 28th June 1989
Ceratizit WNT Pro Cycling
Henttala Development Team
Lotta Henttala Articles
CIC-Tour Féminin Pyrénées 2023 Race Preview
The CIC-Tour Féminin Pyrénées has a limited history with just the one edition in 2022. Krista Doebel-Hickok was the strongest rider over the 4 stages, taking the GC by 1’07” from Eri Yonamine and Ricarda Bauernfeind back at 1’38” behind the American.
Festival Elsy Jacobs 2023 Race Preview
The Festival Elsy Jacobs is a long-running women’s race that is the high point of the calendar in Luxembourg. First held in 2008, it began life as a one-day race won by Italian Monia Bacaille. It stayed that way for a few years before growing in 2012 to a three-day format that always started off with a prologue. That shifted the balance to riders who were strong against the clock
Gent Wevelgem Women 2023 Race Preview
Gent Wevelgem Women has a decent shout as being one of the strongest Spring Classics races in the women’s calendar. We’ve seen both the expected sprint finishes and also the odd attack and small break contest the win. The race has developed over the years and recently has become much more similar to the men’s edition.
Exterioo Classic Brugge-De Panne 2023 Race Preview
A women’s Exterioo Classic Brugge-De Panne has only been in existence since 2018, the same year the men’s race stopped being 3 stages long. Instead, the new women’s Brugge-De Panne helped create a festival of cycling style approach lasting for 3 days. The flat parcours means it’s a sprint heavy classic.
Women’s Nokere Koerse 2023 Race Preview
The Women’s Nokere Koerse has a relatively short history compared to some of the other classics, just 3 editions have been held, with one postponed due to Covid as well. So far we’ve seen two big sprint finishes, both won by Lorena Wiebes and one slightly different finish with a break.
Lorena Wiebes simply too fast in snowy Ronde van Drenthe
The overnight talk was about how the cobbled sections had been removed from the Ronde van Drenthe and whether the VAMberg would still be in