Annemiek van Vleuten makes history, Australia miss out, and strength doesn’t matter when the tactics aren’t right.
Annemiek van Vleuten and Marianne Vos to spearhead women’s squad.
Jumbo-Visma rider Anouska Koster reeled in just meters from the line after late solo flyer as Uttrup Ludwig secures inaugural edition of race.
Six rider group holds off bunch to crack Marianne Vos’s winning streak.
Dutchwoman takes third win in three days, beating Uttrup Ludwig on uphill finish.
Swede takes first WorldTour top-3 in four years in Strömstad.
The Dutch woman comes from behind to take Fahlin right on the line.
Marianne Vos tapes ‘puppy paws’ reminder to her bike after Postnord Vårgårda WestSweden disqualification
The Dutchwoman ensures she doesn't make the same mistake again after losing victory in Sweden last week.
Dutchwoman beats Megan Jastrab and Shari Bossuyt in Helsingør.
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.
Audrey Cordon-Ragot left with mixed feelings after Postnord Vårgårda WestSweden win overshadowed by Vos disqualification
'Chapeau to Marianne, because she was the first who recognized that a rule is rule and accepted the sanction,' says French rider.
Three seconds of 'puppy paws' proved extremely costly for Marianne Vos, and Audrey Cordon-Ragot inherits the win.
'We'll take stock in a few days, but the base is very solid,' says race director Rousse.
Here's a wrap of the races for yellow, green, white, polka dot and team classifications for the inaugural Tour de France Femmes.
‘I didn’t feel that good today’: Marianne Vos puts loss of Tour de France Femmes yellow jersey into context
Dutch Jumbo-Visma rider will wear green jersey on final stage, set for victory in that competition.
Going into the mountains Vos' hold on yellow isn't certain, but the likelihood of her going green is sound.
Vos extends GC lead ahead of two decisive days in the mountains with dominant sprint victory.
Balsamo and Vos complete the top three on stage 5.
Vos races astutely to defend her lead, but expects to lose ground when the road tilts up this weekend.
Marianne Vos finished in the main group and retained her overall lead in the race.
Dutch superstar relishes first day in the maillot jaune, but must dig deep to defend it: 'There's never an easy day at the Tour de France.'
Tour de France Femmes Stage 3: Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig wins in uphill sprint, Marianne Vos defends yellow
Vos defends the yellow jersey in thrilling finale, with reports of Annemiek van Vleuten falling ill after losing time.
'As a kid, there was no Tour de France for women, so for me that hadn't been a dream. But now, it's something big.'
The Dutchwoman was pipped at the line by Lorena Wiebes during the first stage of the Tour de France Femmes.
Team DSM fast woman pulls on the yellow jersey, beating Marianne Vos after attack-filled opener in Paris.
Annemiek van Vleuten retains the maglia rosa despite late drama.
Trek-Segafredo star kicks past Kool, Vos, in final sprint.
Vos wins for the first time on the road in 2022 as Giro haul continues to expand.
Vos scores 31st Giro Donne stage win after missing out Friday.
Trek-Segafredo look in good shape when it comes to defending the leader's jersey in the coming days.
World champion Balsamo scores seventh win of season and takes race-leader's jersey in Tortolì, Sardinia.
Some big names are skipping the race to focus on the Tour de France Femmes, but there's still a star-studded line up with Annemiek van Vleuten and Elisa Longo Borghini set to headline.
The Dutchwoman has had a disrupted road season in 2022 after catching COVID-19 in the spring.
Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig will also miss the race following a positive COVID-19 test earlier in April.
Trek-Segafredo team loses major opponent after Vos ruled out of Paris-Roubaix Femmes on morning of race.
'When I tested positive this morning, the world came crashing down for a moment,' says Dutch rider.
With no Lizzie Deignan this year, there'll be a new name on the famed cobble trophy. From Marianne Vos to Lotte Kopecky, here are some of the riders to watch this Saturday.
After a hugely successful opening edition of the women's race, can it deliver on its difficult ‘second album?’
Narrow roads, crosswinds, and sometimes bad weather turn the Dutch classic into one of the most intense races on the international calendar.
From Elisa Balsamo's potentially Tour of Flanders-winning form to Trek-Segafredo versus SD Worx, these are some of the key takeaways from Sunday's race.
Dutch rider sprints for second at Gent-Wevelgem, just her second road race in 2022 after her cyclocross worlds win.
It's another big win for the world champion as Marianne Vos is second in thrilling finale.
All you need to know about the men's and women's Gent-Wevelgem, including routes, riders, and must-know narratives.
A cold sidelines the four-time winner for Sunday's race.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda preview: Elisa Longo Borghini aims for title defense, Marianne Vos targets record fifth win
Vos could make history this year, but she has plenty of competition in her way, including home favorite and defending champion Elisa Longo Borghini.
U.S. ace Labecki debuts for Jumbo-Visma as Dutch squad premieres new 'double threat' in Tuscan classic.
Annemiek van Vleuten takes aim at third Strade Bianche win as she looks to keep up her 2022 winning streak.
No rider has won the Women's WorldTour two years in a row, not even Annemiek van Vleuten. Who are the riders vying for her place at the top of the standings?
The 29-year-old American is looking forward to learning from her new teammate after joining Jumbo-Visma for 2022.
Go down memory lane with Marianne Vos and each of her cyclocross world titles, from her first in 2006 to her eighth in 2022.
The Dutch woman has dominated cycling for almost two decades and took an unprecedented eighth cyclocross world title in Fayetteville.
Who to watch at the 2022 UCI world cyclocross championships in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Dutchwoman wins on home soil in final World Cup before the Fayetteville worlds.
Outside's master chef Biju Thomas will be cooking for Team USA. He joins the show to talk race food and logistics.
Vos notches her seventh national title with sights on her eighth world title.
The Dutch women will head to Fayetteville with a formidable eight-rider line-up, while just two elite men are selected after Mathieu van der Poel's injury woes.
The Dutchman may have to look to Egan Bernal, Marianne Vos and Pauline Ferrand-Prévot as he figures out his next moves.
Vos scores third victory of the season after race-long throwdown with Brand, who retains World Cup lead.
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.
What Marianne Vos, Gage Hecht, and others said after a soggy UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Fayetteville
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.