Valentine Fortin

Valentine Fortin

Name: Valentine Fortin
Nationality: France
Place of Birth:
Date of Birth: 24th April 1999

2020
Team Femmes Du Genevois (domestic)
2021
St Michel-Auber 93 (domestic)
2022-2023
Cofidis

Valentine Fortin Articles

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Bretagne Ladies Tour 2024 Race Preview

A very long-running race, the Bretagne Ladies Tour can trace its origins back to 1987 when Cecile Odin won. Since then, it’s always kept a low level but has just started to move up in the last couple of years after a patchy record since 2016. It only held one edition between 2017 and 2021, partly down to Covid but also just general troubles. It’s no longer a 2.2 race either but has reached 2.1 level in 2022.

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Women’s GP de Plumelec-Morbihan 2024 Race Preview

The Women’s GP de Plumelec-Morbihan has been taking place since 2011, originally as a national-level race but was elevated to the UCI level in 2014. After a season as a 1.2 race, it’s been on the calendar ever since as a 1.1, able to attract stars but also keep local teams still able to attend.

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Women’s Clasica de Almeria 2024 Race Preview

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

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Women’s Le Samyn des Dames 2024 Race Preview

Le Samyn des Dames approaches once again in 2024, marking the thrilling conclusion of an extended opening weekend in the cycling calendar. While Omloop het Nieuwsblad and Omloop van het Hageland set the stage on Saturday and Sunday, fans need only wait until Tuesday for another spectacle on the road.

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Women’s Omloop het Nieuwsblad 2024 Race Preview

The Omloop Het Nieuwsblad Women’s Race only made its debut in the Women’s WorldTour in 2022 but has been going for what feels like forever. Starting in 2006, the race has steadily climbed the ranks from 1.2 to 1.WWT. Its prestigious honours board boasts the names of cycling luminaries such as Van Vleuten, Van der Breggen, Van den Broek-Blaak, Brand

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