Name: Marjolein van’t Geloof
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Date of Birth: 27th March 1996
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The second stage of the Tour des Pyrénées had highs and lows but ultimately was won by Marta Cavalli, the Italian’s first win since the
New last year, Leiedal Koerse is effectively the E3 Classic for Women. For now, it remains not quite on the same level but there is
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.
The Women’s Ronde van Drenthe is a rare men/women double-header race where the women’s race has the greater prestige to the men’s race. It’s also one of the longest running women’s races in the calendar with a whole host of major name winners since its introduction in 2007.
Le Samyn des Dames is the delayed third race of an elongated opening weekend. Whilst Omloop het Nieuwsblad and Omloop van het Hageland take place on Saturday and Sunday, we only have to wait until Tuesday for another big race. Relatively flat but with a couple of short steep climbs
It didn’t take long for Lorena Wiebes to taste victory again. After suffering her first bunch sprint loss since De Panne last season, where a