Lumpy finale promises exciting finish.
Though several teams had multiple riders in the group behind the Belgian, a fractured chase only helped to cement Kopecky's advantage.
The Italian says she has 'nothing to lose' as she goes into this year's race with few expectations.
The race for the podium is going to be more competitive than ever. From Demi Vollering to Juliette Labous, here are the leading candidates for the top spots in cycling's biggest prize.
French squad is looking to build on stage win at last year's race with aggressive approach from the outset.
Timing and positioning are the keys to unraveling the secrets of the classics' most painful finale.
Cavalli suffered a concussion after she was hit from behind in a crash at the 2022 Tour de France Femmes.
The inaugural UAE Tour sees 13 of the 15 women's WorldTour teams face off for the first time in 2023. There's a lot on the line.
Stephen Delcourt says there is no room for organizers who leave it until the last minute to provide details on their races.
The Italian has only raced five days since leaving the Tour de France Femmes with concussion.
VeloNews takes a look at some of the best riders and moments in women's cycling in 2022, from the best sprinter, breakthrough rider, and more.
The Italian enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2022 with major classics victories.
From Veronica Ewers to Marta Cavalli, five riders who really came good on the road in 2022.
The Italian sustained a concussion after a high-speed crash during the second stage of the race.
The Danish rider wins a stage a day after losing time to GC rivals and her teammate Marta Cavalli crashed out.
DS says Frain brought to tears from abuse on social media: 'It’s never the plan to hurt somebody. If people think that, please go away and do another thing.'
FDJ-Suez-Futuroscope manager wants Nicole Frain removed from Tour de France Femmes after Marta Cavalli crash
Podium-favorite Cavalli is initially cleared of any serious injuries but the team is continuing to monitor her for concussion.
The TV images were dramatic, and the FDJ team boss was not happy with how much they were shown.
Cavalli was one of three riders to go down during stage 2 after she was hit from behind at speed by another rider.
The Italian says that she will give 'all my heart' to help her FDJ-Suez-Futuroscope team pull out a good result on home soil.
Giro d’Italia Donne stage 7: Annemiek van Vleuten extends overall lead with victory after late crash
Marta Cavalli moves up to second on GC as Mavi García fades on final climb.
Can anyone challenge Annemiek van Vleuten as the race heads into the mountains?
The 10-day race is back in the Women's WorldTour and promises to be better than ever - but will it be overshadowed by the Tour de France Femmes?
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.
No serious injuries after Italian taken to hospital for checks during stage 2.
The new three-day race forms part of a strong series of Spanish climbing races in May.
After just three stage races in the opening months of the season, the women's peloton faces 10 in the next month, including two new events.
Who might win? What are the most significant climbs? Will it be wet? Here's all you need to know about the 2022 Liège-Bastogne-Liège.
With commanding wins at Amstel Gold Race and Flèche Wallonne, the Italian is on course to join Anna van der Breggen as the only women to win all three hilly classics.
Brodie Chapman explains how the whole team helped Cavalli win La Flèche Wallonne on Wednesday.
Amstel Gold winner takes second big win, bettering Van Vleuten and Vollering on final climb.
You don’t have to be the favourite to be the winner, you just have to take the risk.
The 24-year-old Italian has been promising big things in recent years and she says that her Amstel Gold Race win is 'just the beginning.'
Cavalli timed her move to perfection and while the rest of the race was looking at each other she rode to victory.
The Italian attacked after the Cauberg and rode the final 1.7 km solo to take her first WorldTour win.
Italian star attacks out of stellar lead group to stun favorites and secure biggest win of career.
The Dutch riders are the overwhelming favorites for gold in Tokyo, but they will not get it all their own way and there are plenty of riders ready to upset the form book.
Plus conversations with Emma Cecilie Norsgaard and Marta Cavalli.