Dutch rider stole lead from Kristen Faulkner with final stage win in last pre-Giro test.
The Dutch national champion is able to spend weekends at home with her family and understands more of what is said to her, but is still unable to talk.
Water and waste management businesses Suez joins Women's WorldTour team as co-sponsor, will become FDJ-Suez-Futuroscope in July.
Olympic star also hopes to race the US nationals later this month and will target the road worlds in Australia later this season.
'It’s now time to find joy in other things in life, because nothing is worth not being happy,' says Mathiesen
The Unbound 200 champ says that a pro woman's experience in gravel is dictated by her efforts in relation to men, not the other women competitors.
Marta Cavalli helps FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope to ‘perfect day’ at Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge
The Italian soars to inaugural women's victory as teammate Evita Muzic claims third place.
From nutrition to bike position, and strategy, Hannah Otto has you covered for your racing goals.
The Italian champion wrapped up the overall win and a stage victory at the six-day race ahead of a big summer of racing.
After an Unbound she wasn't satisfied with, Max wins the day in North Carolina. Kaysee Armstrong and Carla Williams round out the podium.
'I wasn’t just sitting up and rolling to the finish. Elisa made the most of it though,' Australian says.
Power Analysis: Sofia Gomez Villafañe wins 10-hour battle with Lauren De Crescenzo at Unbound Gravel
'The Argentinian’s endurance is one of the most impressive performances I’ve ever seen,' says Nehr.
Brown keeps her race lead but Longo Borghini is tied on the same time with one stage to go.
Wiebes settles for 10th after breakaway holds on for victory
The 31-year-old only contested her first road race a year ago, but she got the call up to ride the Women's Tour after an impressive winning run in May.
The Dutchwoman has had a disrupted road season in 2022 after catching COVID-19 in the spring.
The 26-year-old's persistence is paying off.
‘Almost like a victory’ says sport director after Australian proves herself in WorldTour sprint.
Dutch rider conquers climbs to take second win ahead of Alex Manly and Coryn Labecki
Clara Copponi keeps hold of race lead for another day.