Marianne Vos

Revolution Series

Trott and Voss Sign for the Revolution Series

Laura Trott and Marianne Vos are the latest cycling stars to confirm their places at the Revolution Series, going head-to-head at Round 1, which takes place at the Lee Valley VeloPark in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on October 24-25.   Vos said, ‘Having competed in at
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RideLondon

A Great British Weekend at RideLondon

The Prudential RideLondon weekend, despite some dramatic weather, saw not only in excess of 20,000 amateur cyclists take on the Surrey 100 (making it the biggest sportive ever staged in the UK) but also incredible success for the British contingent in the professional events.
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RideLondon

Armitstead Heads for RideLondon

Lizzie Armitstead, who took gold at the Commonwealth Games road race in Glasgow, is set for an appearance at this weekend’s Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix (Saturday August 9). She joins her Team England colleagues Laura Trott and Hannah Barnes on the start list for the race,
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Marianne Vos wins Women’s Tour

Having started with a 19second advantage Marianne Vos claimed victory for the third consecutive day on the final stage of The Friends Life Women’s Tour to secure an overall win of the inaugural event. Giorgia Bronzini took second place on the day and Amy Pieters third. Speaking
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Women’s Tour of Britain

Johansson Wins Women’s Tour of Britain Stage 1

The first stage of the inaugural Women’s Tour of Britain ended in a sprint finish with Sweden’s Emma Johansson claiming a narrow victory over Olympic champion Marianne Vos and GB’s Hannah Barnes in a time of 2hr 18’ 29”. Despite looking to have a strong enough lead at the 500m
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La Course by le Tour de France

La Course by le Tour de France Launched

When former World Time Trial champion Emma Pooley, Dutch cycling superstar Marianne Vos and four-time Ironman champion Chrissie Wellington launch their campaign last year for the return of a women’s Tour de France they clearly hit a nerve. The campaign saw rapid support and
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Marianne Vos

Marianne Vos Wins RR Title

Marianne Vos has retained the women’s Road Race title at the World Championships in Italy. The 26-year-old Dutch rider comfortably won the 140km (86.2mile) race in Italy in a time of 3hrs, 44 minutes, 15 seconds ahead of second-placed Emma Johansson (Sweden) with Italy’s
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Women’s Tour de France Manifesto

The campaign to reintroduce a women’s Tour de France has intensified with the launch of a new website – letourentier.com – and the unveiling of an official manifesto which has been sent to both the International Cycling Union (UCI) and Amaury Sport Organisation, owners of the
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