The Spanish champion is the team's first major GC signing in several years.
The 24-year-old Canadian took her first pro win at the GP Ciudad de Eibar and won the young rider classification at the Tour de Suisse.
Promising young riders Eleonora Ciabocco, Maeve Plouffe, and Eglantine Rayer sign with the team through 2024.
Several teams were interested in snapping up the Swiss time trialist but the French team held onto him in the end.
The South African was set to retire at the end of the season but has chosen to extend her career by at least one more year.
The Tour de France Femmes got off to a great start but its success should be measured in the impact it has on the wider women's sport, and not just its own event.
Demi Vollering and Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig lead the GC charge, while the likes of Marianne Vos will be hunting for stages.
A few seconds of 'puppy paws' was enough to disqualify Dutchwoman after initially being declared the winner.
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Vollering was the only rider to come close to Annemiek van Vleuten in the tough mountain stages at the race.
The 27-year-old American climbed two places on the final stage with performance on Planche des Belles Filles.
The Italian loses almost seven minutes to Annemiek van Vleuten after spending most of stage 7 chasing alone.
The Danish rider is closing in on a podium place, but has some time to make up on the final stage.
The Movistar rider destroyed her rivals on the first mountain stage of the Tour de France Femmes.
The SD Worx rider was the only one to follow Annemiek van Vleuten's attack but paid the price later on.
ASO has been using the Tour de France Femmes as a testing ground for broadcasting teams' radio chatter.
The Belgian crashed with just over 22km to go but caught the peloton and contested the sprint.
Chantal van den Broek-Blaak riding with stitches in her arm following mass crash on stage 5.
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French 23-year-old has taken a real step up in 2022 and is hoping to go up against the top riders when the race reaches the mountains.
The Dutchwoman is now set to switch her focus from sprint victories to supporting her team's GC ambitions.
The Italian rider was disqualified from the race after she received assistance from the team car after pulling over from the front of the bunch.
The American believes that the Tour de France Femmes will help to benefit all of women's cycling.
Uttrup Ludwig praises team for comeback after difficult opening stages as Evita Muzic takes second on gravel stage.
The Italian finished the stage on the bike of teammate and world champion Elisa Balsamo.
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The American is planning a move to France ahead of the Paris Olympics in 2024.
The Danish rider wins a stage a day after losing time to GC rivals and her teammate Marta Cavalli crashed out.
DS says Frain brought to tears from abuse on social media: 'It’s never the plan to hurt somebody. If people think that, please go away and do another thing.'
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Podium-favorite Cavalli is initially cleared of any serious injuries but the team is continuing to monitor her for concussion.
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The Canyon-SRAM rider is still hunting for a stage win and more time gains.
Cavalli was one of three riders to go down during stage 2 after she was hit from behind at speed by another rider.
The 26-year-old wants to add a second yellow jersey to the Danish collection in 2022.
The Dutch sprinter beat Marianne Vos to win the opening stage of the historic new race.
The French squad will be looking to beat Annemiek van Vleuten and Demi Vollering with their trademark aggressive race tactics.
Mas is the second rider from Movistar to leave the race with the virus.
The world champion is looking for stage wins and helping her teammate Elisa Longo Borghini in the GC, but she also wants to have some fun.
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The Colombian rider was met by police investigating drug trafficking and money laundering crimes at Madrid Airport.
The German rider misses out by just eight points after Vingegaard takes the stage win.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider says he'd had enough of the Pogačar and Vingegaard attacks when he went off the front on the Spandelles.
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The American helped pace Tadej Pogačar for most of the final 30 kilometers, setting up the Slovenian for the stage victory.
Thomas limits his loses to the top two as Adam Yates struggles through illness and drops three places in the GC.
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The EF Education-TIBCO-SVB boss believes that the Tour de France Femmes is already helping to attract more interest to the sport.
The Spaniard missed the time cut by 15 minutes after vomiting several times during the stage.
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The Italian says that she will give 'all my heart' to help her FDJ-Suez-Futuroscope team pull out a good result on home soil.
Jonas Vingegaard survives with race lead intact after crashing with 56k to go.
Jumbo-Visma sees a second rider quit the Tour de France after a heavy fall, shortly before the yellow jersey also hits the deck in fast crash.
With temperatures still very high in Europe, the time cut has been extended and riders will be able to take bottles almost all day long.
Cort wakes up with fever and headache while Clarke returns positive in routine test.
The Slovenian has been suffering with injuries that have lingered since his stage 5 crash.
The Australian put in a fine performance to drop his breakaway companions.
Alpecin-Fenix DS Michel Cornelisse accuses bike commissaire of having 'no feelings' after incident.
The Ineos Grenadiers rider soars away from the breakaway to take biggest road victory of his career.
The Belgian suffered a puncture while riding to his team bus after the Col du Granon finish on stage 11 and gave away his green jersey to a fan who helped him.
The Welshman is just four seconds behind Tadej Pogačar after a dramatic showdown on stage 11.
Stage 10 of the Tour de France was halted with 36k to go after protestors blocked the road.
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The stage was halted for about 15 minutes before it could resume.
The Frenchman was also seen vomiting during Sunday's stage in what he described as the 'worst day' on his bike.
The Australian is the fourth rider to depart after contracting coronavirus during the Tour de France.
The Colombian feels the strain of several crashes during the opening week of the French grand tour.
The Luxembourg rider almost missed the Tour de France due to a late positive COVID test.
The Frenchman is still in the top 10 overall at the end of the first week despite coming into the Tour de France with stage win ambitions.
There have been few opportunities for the breakaway to take victory, but Sunday's mountain stage could prove to be just that.
The Danish rider says he's focusing on keeping in touch with Tadej Pogačar as he waits for the big mountains to arrive.
Team doctors are still waiting for final diagnosis, but it appears the Tour rookie suffered a shoulder injury.
The American says that Planche des Belles Filles was better suited to Tadej Pogačar and that Jonas Vingegaard will come into his own later in the race.
Jumbo-Visma and others will continue to seek to dethrone Pogačar, and Bennett says that they're ready.
Jumbo-Visma 'satisfied' with Planche des Belles Filles result with 'a lot of climbs to go' before Paris.
The Canadian begins his search for stage wins with the polka-dot jersey on his mind.
The BikeExchange-Jayco DS believes that Michael Matthews could have beaten Tadej Pogačar if he was positioned better in uphill finale.
Tadej Pogačar's win sees Neilson Powless lose out on yellow by just four seconds.
The Italian rider said he made a mistake after attacking from the main bunch with two teammates in the breakaway.
The Australian plays it cool as breakaway takes victory on the cobbles at the Tour de France.