Name: Sandra Alonso
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Date of Birth: 19th August 1998
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The Clasica de Almeria comes around this weekend. The thrilling inaugural race set the stage for what promises to be another exhilarating showdown. In 2023, the race witnessed the birth of a new contender as Cynisca Cycling’s Emilie Fortin stormed to victory
Danish rider Emma Norsgaard took a surprise victory on Friday in the Tour de France Femmes. Part of the Movistar team, she distanced herself from
Lotte Kopecky has clinched a decisive victory in the final stage and subsequently secured the overall classification of the Thüringen Ladies Tour. The 27-year-old demonstrated
Barbara Guarischi crossed the line first, ahead of Lorena Wiebes in yet another comprehensive victory for the Dutch team. After a 1-2-3 podium lockout yesterday,
The Itzulia Women took over as one of the major Spanish stage races once Emakumeen Bira closed its doors and was able to get off the ground in 2022 straight into the Women’s WorldTour. That was largely in part due to the race being an expanded version of the Donostia San Sebastian Klasikoa which took place either side of Covid.
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.