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Here's the news making headlines for Friday, December 17.
Here's the news making headlines for Friday, December 17.
Van Empel takes breakout elite win, Canadian rider Maghalie Rochette finishes third to continue upward progress through the season.
Cyclocross riders head into the unknown in Val di Sole with a snowy World Cup race with a view to securing a place on the Winter Olympics schedule.
The 2021 road season was record-breaking and record-equaling at times — here are some of the key stats and figures that made the year.
The highly decorated Dutch rider is looking forward to a return to the Tour de France next year, a moment she says will be 'really important' for women's racing.
Jumbo-Visma's cross-discipline megastars plan intense 'cross season to hone engines for the road classics.
Marianne Vos and Eli Iserbyt double up on wins during back-to-back weekends of 'cross racing.
Seven-time cyclocross champion rises to top of the worlds pecking-order after dominant cross-discipline autumn.
The Queen of women’s cycling takes a masterful win.
Riders lament the exclusion of a time trial, but otherwise see the route as a perfect challenge with plenty of opportunities for every type of rider.
Here's what Clara Honsinger, Lance Haidet, Lucinda Brand, Quinten Hermans, and others had to say about the muddy World Cup race and a preview of the 2022 worlds course.
Denise Betsema is second and Clara Honsinger battles to third, passing Marianna Vos at the end of the final lap.
Racers and fans will get a look at the 2022 world championship course.
Some sun, some rain, and all fun in Waterloo, at the Trek world headquarters.
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Vos takes the opening World Cup round after an intense battle with Lucinda Brand.
The Dutch multi-discipline megastar barely let the mud dry on her road bike before she took to her 'cross bike a week later.
Here's the news making headlines for Saturday, October 9.
The inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes was a day for the record books, but where will it sit in cycling's rich history, and where does it go from here?
Here's what the stars said after the historic and thrilling inaugural edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Marianne Vos came close as she tried to chase down a lone Lizzie Deignan but the Dutchwoman had to settle for second one more time
Deignan won the first-ever Pairs-Roubaix Femmes with a stunning 80km solo fitting for a monumental day for the sport.
Riders fight for grip in wet and muddy inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes that saw only 61 of the 129 starters record an official time in the velodrome.
From Marianne Vos to Lisa Brennauer to Ellen van Dijk, these are some of the riders to watch for the first edition of the women's 'Hell of the North'.
Marianne Vos already won almost every race on the women's calendar — will she become the first Paris-Roubaix Femmes winner?
Kaia Schmid shines for USA and Ruth Winder calls time on pro career as bike-mad crowds pack the streets.
Coryn Rivera won't comment on rumors she's heading to Jumbo-Visma, and lauded retiring teammate Ruth Winder as racing 'like 10 women.'
Van der Breggen talks retirement, Vos discusses disappointment, Kopecky celebrates home crowd after Elisa Balsamo wins world tile.
The 23-year-old Balsamo delivered after a huge ride from the Italian team in the final to score another medal for 'the Azzurri.'
The inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes will include traverses of Mons-en-Pévèle and Carrefour de l’Arbre as part of 17 cobble sectors.
Anna van der Breggen will retire after the world championships. She's unsure if she will defend her time trial title but wants to help her team to gold in the road race.
Marianne Vos will be one of the key contenders at the road worlds before she takes in the inaugural women's Paris-Roubaix a week later, where she'll also be a favorite.
Marianne Vos has won almost everything but she still loves racing. She's in strong form this autumn and she is focused on the worlds and the first women's Paris-Roubaix.
Here's the news making the headlines on Tuesday, August 24.
The Dutch women made history when they won back-to-back Olympic road race titles in London and Rio. Can they do it again with a third straight victory? There are few who would bet against it.
Mark Cavendish labelled her the greatest of all time, and he's not wrong. Marianne Vos' journey to 30 Giro d'Italia Donne stage wins is nothing short of remarkable.
Here's the news making the headlines on Friday, July 9.
The Jumbo-Visma rider outsprinted Elisa Longo Borghini for career-defining victory.
Marianne Vos took a clear win over Lucinda Brand from the breakaway as Anna van der Breggen stays in the pink jersey.
With three Dutch riders in the top four at La Course, the nation looks set to dominate the Olympic Games road race next month. Can they be beaten, and how?
From unexpected victories to days of suffering – here's what the key players said after La Course.
Vollering backs up Liège-Bastogne-Liège victory with hilltop sprint, beating Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig and Marianne Vos.
With a start-studded start list including Lizzie Deignan, Marianne Vos and Anna van der Breggen, plus a fast and unpredictable course, there are many reasons not to miss La Course on Saturday.
It's not yet known if the 2021 La Course will be the last, but it has had a lasting impact on women's cycling since its first edition in 2014.
Here are the riders and teams to watch at the Spanish four-day women's race.
A return to the top with Marianne Vos and dominance by SD Worx, there was never a dull moment during the women's spring classics.
Wout van Aert sprinted with 'eyes closed,' and Marianne Vos checks off 'big goal' — here are all the reactions from the Amstel Gold Race.
From Trek-Segafredo's missing piece to Wout van Aert's new-found smarts – here are the top takeaways from this weekend's Amstel Gold Race.
Demi Vollering and Annemiek van Vleuten round out podium in Valkenburg.
Here's the news making headlines for Sunday, April 4.
Dutchwoman eyes return to the top of De Ronde after winning Gent-Wevelgem last weekend.
Marianne Vos joins the podcast to take us inside her win at Gent-Wevelgem. Plus, our analysis and takes on E3 Saxo Classic and Gent-Wevelgem.
This week, we look at the growing financial clout of Ineos Grenadiers, why Paris-Roubaix is on the rocks, and where Australia's "Remco" might land. Plus, we stand in awe of Marianne Vos.
Vos wins bunch sprint after late attack from Elisa Longo Borghini and Soraya Paladin.
Here's our inside guide to the two marquee men's and women's cobblestone races.
Longo Borghini time trials away from elite chase group to win on local roads, Marianne Vos wins sprint for second-place.
Climbing is on tap for the women's peloton at this Italian race which you won't want to miss.
Strong institutional support and highly competitive national team help fuel Dutch dominance.
Marianne Vos heads into the 2021 season with a new Jumbo-Visma team and a familiar set of goals. Vos, 33, wants to win.
Dual structure at Jumbo-Visma offers Vos the opportunity to tap into knowledge and expertise she seeks to keep improving.
After moving from CCC-Liv to the newly formed Jumbo-Visma women's squad, Vos has Olympic gold and the rainbow jersey in her eyes.
'Cross racing returns with low-key race that Alvarado and van der Poel both sat out.
Arrival of Jumbo-Visma into women's peloton marks one of a number of shakeups in women's racing for 2021.
Lucinda Brand, Ceylin Del Carmen Alvarado, Wout van Aert all sat out the race ahead of the X20 Trofee race Wednesday.
We take a deep dive into the numbers from the unprecedented 2020 racing season.
Fans, the team and the riders all have something to cheer about with Dutch star's move to the newly-formed squad.
Dutch team to add women's WorldTour team and development team
Two-time champ Kirsten Wild will join other favorites Lorena Wiebes, Jolien D'Hoore, and Marta Bastianelli at the seventh Women's WorldTour race since events resumed this summer.
Dutch team places three riders in top-four at Imola as veteran leaders combine seamlessly to animate race.
The young Belgian reaches the top step of the podium after second- and third-place finishes in the preceding stages. Van Vleuten and Spratt sent to the hospital with unconfirmed injuries.
Teammate Amanda Spratt and Marianne Vos were also involved. The extent of injuries is not yet known.
The Dutch rider secured her third victory while Annemiek van Vlueten retains her overall race lead in the 2020 women's stage race.
The Dutchwoman celebrates her second stage win of the race.
Marianne Vos won the third stage of the Giro Rosa, while Annemiek van Vleuten retained her lead in the GC.
Watch highlights of the one-day race and the dramatic final kilometer of racing.
Trek-Segafredo make numbers count as Deignan and Longo-Borghini work together to deny Vos.
World champions, multi-time La Course winners, and powerhouse teams will line up in Nice for the seventh edition of this premier Women's WorldTour race.
12 world titles. Two Olympic gold medals. Any questions?
New team could be hunting signatures of Van Vleuten and Vos.
Teams and riders worried about uncertainty of pre-race controls, worsening COVID-19 breakouts.