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Charlotte Kool wins Stage 2 of 2023 Vuelta Femenina

Stage 2 of the 2023 Vuelta Femenina saw pre-stage favourite Charlotte Kool take victory over sprint rival Marianne Vos. The pair of favourites were nearly humbugged by a late attack from Chloe Dygert. The...

Giro Donne 2023 route details finally known

The 2023 Giro Donne has been pilloried since the start of the season for not releasing details of where the race will actually take place. Riders have been unable to prepare with no clear...

Jumbo-Visma win opening TTT of 2023 Vuelta Femenina

Jumbo-Visma delivered their first win of the 2023 season with a storming ride in Torrevieja to kick off the 2023 Vuelta Femenina. On a course lasting 14.5km around the seaside town, the Dutch team...

La Vuelta Femenina 2023 Race Preview

La Vuelta Femenina is very much the junior member of the women's grand tours and riding the coattails of the men's race whilst trying to catch up. It's had a slow, measured progression from a one-day race, similar to La Course on the Champs Elysees was, into something bigger. After 3 editions, a second stage was added which was somewhat strangely a team time trial to effectively decide the GC.

Another 1-2 for SD Worx as Vollering leads home Kopecky at Amstel Gold Race

Demi Vollering took her first Amstel Gold Race victory with a well-timed attack on the final ascent of the Cauberg. Over the main climb and with the bunch spread out and disorganised, the Dutch...

Geulhemmerberg: A Key Amstel Gold Race Climb

The Geulhemmerberg, a picturesque hill nestled in the Limburg region of the Netherlands, is an essential part of the prestigious Amstel Gold Race. This annual one-day road cycling event, which features both men's and...

The Iconic Cauberg Climb: Valkenburg’s Cycling Gem

The Cauberg climb, located in the Dutch province of Limburg, is one of the most iconic and challenging ascents in professional cycling. Steeped in history, the climb has played a pivotal role in numerous...

Women’s Amstel Gold Race 2023 Race Preview

The history of the Women's Amstel Gold Race is very much in two parts. An initial race was held between 2001-2003 (won by Nicole Cooke, Leontien van Moorsel and Debby Mansveld), reaching the highest-level Women's World Cup set of races in its final year of that run.

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