The Polish rider was one of the main attackers in the closing laps of Saturday's road race in Wollongong.
The payout is dramatically less than the men's Tour de France, but equals the biggest payout on the women's calendar.
Polish rider names ‘heartbreaking’ moment in race, believes road to future success is clear.
The Canyon-SRAM rider maintains her third place position after a big day in the mountains.
Dutchwoman finishes over three minutes clear of nearest rival Demi Vollering, siezes control ahead of race ahead of final stage summit finish.
The Canyon-SRAM rider is still hunting for a stage win and more time gains.
Brown keeps her race lead but Longo Borghini is tied on the same time with one stage to go.
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.
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.
Here’s what Anna van der Breggen, Marianne Vos, Lotte Kopecky and others said after women’s road race
Van der Breggen talks retirement, Vos discusses disappointment, Kopecky celebrates home crowd after Elisa Balsamo wins world tile.
From the Dutch going for five in a row to unpredictable racing and a whole load of attacking.
Olympic time trial champion powers away from overnight leader Marien Reusser to carry lead into final stage Sunday.
The Canyon-SRAM rider is skipping the Giro d'Italia Donne in order to prepare properly for the Olympic Games in July.
It’s not just men’s racing that’s seeing a youth movement — the increasing depth and professionalization of the women’s peloton are bringing some precociously talented riders to the fore.
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.
From Elisa Longo Borghini's town-sign sprint training to Primož Roglič's lost legs, here's what the key players said after the final classic of spring.
La Flèche Wallonne should alter the iconic Mur de Huy finale, argues Fred Dreier, especially in light of the Amstel Gold Race's success with its new finish.
Anna van der Breggen and Julian Alaphilippe complete world champion's podium sweep, while Michael Woods and Annemiek van Vleuten rue missed chances.
The Polish star is hoping for salvation in the Ardennes following a string of close calls and frustrating near-misses so far in 2021.
From Anna van der Breggen to Julian Alaphilippe, here's what the Flèche Wallonne favorites are expecting for the clash on the Mur de Huy.
Dutch classic will be contested on a closed circuit designed to salvage the event and conserve the essence of race.
VN news ticker: Kasia Niewiadoma extends with Canyon-SRAM, Romain Sicard retires, Bernal to skip Tour of the Alps
Here's what's making the headlines on Friday, April 9.
From Annemiek van Vleuten's first win for Movistar to Bora-Hansgrohe's COVID comeback, everyone left Dwars door Vlaanderen pumped for De Ronde.
Van Vleuten wins from sprint after going clear with Kasia Niewiadoma in the final hour of the race.
Rivalries, ambition, luck and team strength will play out across one of cycling's most spectacular routes at Strade Bianche.
Niewiadoma ready for a fifth podium at the Italian race; Harvey is also a contender.
Since the season's restart, racing has felt like one giant stage race for the Canyon//SRAM rider.
Van der Breggen takes third Giro Rosa title in Motta Montecorvino.
The Canyon-SRAM rider drops to second in the GC as Anna van der Breggen takes control of the maglia rosa.
What will this year's Giro Rosa tell us about the form of the peloton after racing's shutdown? We checked in with the riders.
In an uphill sprint to the line, the reigning world champion from the Netherlands put her wheel across the line ahead of Italian Elisa Longo Borghini.
Ten questions with the Canyon-SRAM rider and the WorldTour retiree about their life in locked-down Spain.
As it does every year, pro cycling produced an amazing array of photography in 2019. Our editorial team sifted through hundreds of images from various cycling photographers to come up with our favorite photos from the 2019 season for our annual VeloNews Awards Issue. Here are our selections from the year in racing:
Annemiek van Vleuten won Wednesday's stage 6 individual time trial, padding her lead in the overall