Name: Rachel Neylan
Place of Birth: Sydney
Date of Birth: 9th March 1982
Casa Dorada Women Cycling
Illuminate / Parkhotel Valkenburg
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Dutch rider Loes Adegeest took the first WWT win of her career after beating Amanda Spratt in a sprint-a-deux at the end of the 2023
The Women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race has been a casualty of the Covid pandemic, similar to the Women’s Tour Down Under. The last edition came at the start of 2020, just as the world was about to lock down. That year, Liane Lippert took the win with a late solo break.
Man, what a journey we’ve all experienced since the last Women’s Tour Down Under. One of the few races held in early 2020 before the Covid pandemic kicked off properly, Australia’s stringent rules since have prevented a return to international racing until now.
The Tour Down Under is the first major race of the 2023 season and for the first time will be held at WorldTour level for
Australian Rachel Neylan has confirmed that she will continue with Cofidis into the 2023 season and that it will be her last in the pro
La Flèche Wallonne Féminine or the Women’s Flèche Wallonne has been running since 1998. A relatively long history for a modern women’s cycling race. In its 20+ year history, the race has only seen 10 different winners. Anna van der Breggen has won Flèche Wallonne Féminine 7 times, Marianne Vos 5 times, with Fabiana Luperini and Nicole Cooke both 3-time winners.