Nikola Nosková

Nikola Noskova

Name: Nikola Nosková
Nationality: Czech Republic
Place of Birth: Jablonec
Date of Birth: 1st July 1997

2020
Bigla-Katusha/Paule Ka
2021
SD Worx
2022
Force-SportRaces (domestic)

Nikola Noskova Articles

Evita-Muzic-Alpes-Gresivaudan-Classic-2023

Alpes Gresivaudan Classic 2024 Race Preview

The first Alpes Gresivaudan Classic was an epic edition. The pre-race favourite Evita Muzic took the win but it wasn’t so simple as that sounds! Eglantine Rayer, who was still a junior back in 2022, pushed Muzic all the way to the finish line. Just 2 seconds behind was the German rider Clara Koppenberg before a larger gap to 4th for Adele Normand.

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Vollering-Reusser-Itzulia-Women-2023

Itzulia Women 2024 Race Preview

Itzulia Women comes straight off the back of the Vuelta Femenina and covers the ground that the old Emakumeen Bira used to. The Basque Country has pretty much always had a major women’s tour and the current incarnation is the Itzulia Women. It went straight into the Women’s WorldTour calendar when it came into inception in 2022

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Women’s Amstel Gold Race 2024 Race Preview

The Women’s Amstel Gold Race has a fascinating history, divided into two segments. Initially held from 2001 to 2003, with wins by Nicole Cooke, Leontien van Moorsel, and Debby Mansveld it reached the top tier of the Women’s World Cup in its last year before disappearing from the calendar

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Silvia Persico Brabantse Pijl 2023

Women’s Brabantse Pijl 2024 Race Preview

The Women’s Brabantse Pijl has been notably shaped by the performances of Demi Vollering. The Dutch cyclist first saw her early celebration in 2021 turn into a memorable moment when Ruth Winder snatched victory by the narrowest margin in a dramatic finish line photo

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Shirin van Anrooij 2023 Trofeo Alfredo Binda

Trofeo Alfredo Binda 2024 Race Preview

The Trofeo Alfredo Binda holds a distinguished place in the annals of women’s cycling, regarded as one of the crown jewels of the sport’s calendar. Dating back to 1974 when Giuseppina Micheloni claimed victory in its inaugural edition

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