Canyon-SRAM won the Queen of the Mountains classification, which went to Elise Chabbey.
Second place and three in top-10 for team at the end of an active day in the Basque Country.
Pro cyclist racing at Amstel Gold adds a touch of home to the helmet worn by boyfriend at Australian GP.
The Australian has started her road season and plans to race on the gravel in May and August.
Two-time Olympic track medalist and 2019 world time trial champion is recovering, but team hopeful she will be able to hit season's major targets.
Illness and injury means team will only field two riders in opening two races, but more expected to line up as season progresses.
Kasia Niewiadoma on lack of U23 racing: ‘It’s crazy that an 18-year-old is racing riders with years of experience’
The Canyon-SRAM rider on why there should be more under-23 events and how she worried about taking her whole team out in a TTT during her debut season.
The Polish Canyon-SRAM rider is targeting Strade Bianche, Flèche Wallonne, and the Tour de France Femmes in 2022.
‘I’ve got some things that I need to work on,’ said the Canyon-SRAM rider on her first mass-start road race in two years.
The WorldTour team's new development squad will feature riders from four different continents and seven countries.
Maud Oudeman and Alex Bogna were signed to one-year contracts with Canyon/SRAM and Alpecin-Fenix, respectively, following talent ID program on Zwift.
Alena Amialiusik is one of the most respected domestiques in the women's peloton, but she has winning credentials with world and European titles.
The German team is in the process of finalizing its eight-rider roster ahead of the 2021 season.
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Contracts with Alpecin-Fenix and Canyon-SRAM on the line for 2022.
Dygert will miss the remainder of 2021 due to lingering problems with the injury sustained at last year's road world championships.