Interview - 17/04 - 19:15

Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon//SRAM): “I woke up believing that this was the day”

This victory means a lot to me. I really hope that with this victory I have inspired a lot of people who are pursuing their dreams to keep going. I’ve failed a lot of times, with many near-misses, and never stopped believing. Reward is always there, waiting for us.

The race was super brutal. As we started, it started raining so hard and temperatures became very...

Interview - 17/04 - 19:06

Elisa Longo Borghini (Lidl-Trek): “Kasia launched her sprint in the perfect spot”

Our leader today was Gaia Realini, but she was struggling due to the cold weather and she eventually told me to take my chance. It was a very hard day because of the tough weather conditions. I was very lucky to have teammates to take care of me by providing me with warm clothes and warm tea. I am happy with today’s result. It adds up with the great season I’ve had...

Interview - 17/04 - 19:02

Demi Vollering (SD Worx-Protime): “The Mur de Huy never lies”

I tried find my own rhythm in the final climb to the Mur de Huy, as I did last year. I wanted to ride at the front for as long as possible and as hard as possible. My goal was to be in first position from the bottom to the top, yet Kasia had the power to come around me and win. I was hoping her legs would explode and I could come back, but she did hold on. It was nice to see...

The stage film - 17/04 - 18:27

Kasia Niewiadoma, finally!

139 riders started the 27th edition of La Flèche Wallonne Femmes at 14:02 from Huy’s Grand-Place, taking on a 146-kilometre course to finish atop the iconic Mur de Huy. A rain shower turned into a snow fall as temperatures froze down to 5ºC, creating some hard weather conditions that would prove impactful in the unfolding of the race. Arkéa-Samsic’s...

News - 16/04 - 18:43


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The 27th edition of La Flèche Wallonne Femmes will be held on Wednesday under grim weather conditions and over a 146-kilometre course, the longest-ever in the history of the race. The finish is scheduled at 6pm CEST, as the women’s race is ending after the men’s. SD Worx-ProTime’s Demi Vollering starts La Flèche Wallonne Femmes...

News - 11/04 - 17:13

Vollering in pursuit of the double

Who can beat Demi Vollering? Last year, nobody did it in the Ardennes. The Dutch rider won the Amstel Gold Race Ladies, La Flèche Wallonne Femmes and Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes in one week, a "very special" treble that only her sporting director Anna van der Breggen had achieved in 2017. Since then, she has overwhelmingly confirmed her status as the new...

News - 24/01 - 12:45

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Once a year, the roads of the Province of Liège lead to Huy and Liège and rekindle the fire of the Ardennes classics, a sequence of races that have gone down in cycling history. First raced in 1936 (on a course from Tournai to Liège), La Flèche Wallonne went through a watershed moment in 1985, when it moved its finish...

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