This year’s La Flèche Wallonne Féminine promises to be an exciting one with four previous winners on the line including Marianne Vos (Rabo Liv), who is at the start of her comeback season and has not yet participated in any of the events on the new Women’s WorldTour. Vos will line up alongside her teammates Anna van der Breggen and Pauline Ferrand-Prevot, and Evelyn Stevens...
After taking a year off to recover from injury and fatigue, Marianne Vos (Rabo Liv) proved that she is back at the top of her game when she won the new UCI race Pajot Hills Classic Wednesday. It was her first road race victory since September of 2014. "It was a top performance by Marianne,” said Rabo Liv team manager Sierk-Jan de Haan. “She is further along than we thought....
Vos joins Rabo-Liv at Pajot Hills Classic Marianne Vos (Rabo-Liv) will be back in action on Wednesday at the Pajot Hills Classic, a new race added to the women’s UCI calendar in 2016. The Dutchwoman only began her season two weeks ago after taking nearly a year off to recover from injury and overtraining. Vos will join teammates Anna van der Breggen, Pauline Ferrand-Prevot,...
Marianne Vos (Rabo Liv) has struggled through a hamstring injury for the better part of a year, affecting both her cyclo-cross and road seasons by forcing her to sit on the sidelines. Her recovery process has been long, however, the main health concerns are no longer with her hamstring but because of overload and not recovering properly from training. "Rest is currently the best...
AIGLE, Switzerland (AP) Olympic gold medalists Marianne Vos and Anna Meares have been elected to the revived International Cycling Union athletes' commission. The UCI says the athlete panel's leader will join its policy-making management committee. The 13-member athletes group, elected by all disciplines, will appoint a president when it first meets in about three months. UCI President...
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June 12, 2015 | Discuss
PONFERRADA, Spain (AP) Pauline Ferrand Prevot of France won the road race in a photo finish at the road cycling world championships on Saturday. Two-time defending champion Marianne Vos of the Netherlands was among riders caught and overtaken by Ferrand Prevot just meters before the finish line at the end of the 127.4-kilometer (79.1-mile) course. Lisa Brennauer of Germany took...
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September 27, 2014 | Discuss
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