Cyclocross ace time trials to victory in Cittiglio before Elisa Balsamo completes Trek-Segafredo one-two out of chasing group.
Milan-San Remo kickstarts the men's monument season, but what constitutes a monument for the women?
Marianne Vos will be back in action after surgery, and former world champion Elisa Balsamo holds the favorite's title.
The one-day race along the Italian Riviera opens a busy month of racing in Italy.
World champion points to the heavens to celebrate victory and to remember her cousin.
Elisa Balsamo said she'd like to see a women's Milan-San Remo come back, but where does women's racing draw the line with importing men's events onto the calendar?
With Sofia Bertizzolo and Soraya Paladin finishing second and third, respectively.
Italian classic paused and restarted due to crash between non-race vehicles before home star Balsamo wins with searing sprint.
A cold sidelines the four-time winner for Sunday's race.
The women's WorldTour turns to Italy for Trofeo Alfredo Binda on Sunday.
The Italian will be racing on home soil again this weekend at Trofeo Alfredo Binda, where she hopes to help Elisa Longo Borghini to defend her title.
Trofeo Alfredo Binda preview: Elisa Longo Borghini aims for title defense, Marianne Vos targets record fifth win
Vos could make history this year, but she has plenty of competition in her way, including home favorite and defending champion Elisa Longo Borghini.
On this week's episode we hear from Trek-Segafredo GM Luca Guercilena about the team's huge weekend in Italy. Then, is MvdP vs. Wout a better rivalry than Boonen vs. Cancellara?
Trek-Segafredo delivers timely reposte to SD Worx dominance ahead of prestigious northern classics.
Longo Borghini time trials away from elite chase group to win on local roads, Marianne Vos wins sprint for second-place.
Climbing is on tap for the women's peloton at this Italian race which you won't want to miss.
The venerable Italian Women's WorldTour race is a favorite in the peloton. Here's why.
Canyon-SRAM's Katarzyna Niewiadoma mounts a daring solo attack to win Trofeo Alfredo Binda and take the WWT points lead.
Katarzyna Niewiadoma won the Trofeo Alfredo Binda with a blistering solo attack in the final kilometers on Sunday in Cittiglio, Italy.
American Coryn Rivera sprints to her first career Women's WorldTour win at Trofeo Alfredo Binda Sunday in Cittiglio, Italy.
This week, we look at Trofeo Alfredo Binda on the Women's WorldTour, along with men's races Tirreno-Adriatico and Volta ao Alentejo.
Lizzie Armitstead out-kicks the world road champion for the win and the World Cup lead
1. Marianne VOS, Rbw in 3:16:28 2. Tatiana GUDERZO, Mcg +34 3. Trixi WORRACK, Slu +34
Trofeo Alfredo Binda
- 1. Emma Pooley (Gbr), Garmin-Cervélo, 3:08:17
- 2. Emma Johansson (Swe), Team Hitec Products Uck, at 1:32
- 3. Annemiek Van Vleuten (Ned), Netherlands, at 1:32
- 4. Martine Bras (Ned), Dolmans Landscaping, at 1:32
- 5. Shelley Olds (USA), Diadora Pasta Zara, at 1:32
The 2011 women's road World Cup kicks off Sunday with the Trofeo Alfredo Binda, held near Cittiglio, Italy. The 121-kilometer race is held on four laps of a hilly circuit.
The world’s premier female road racers will take to the tarmac this Monday, March 24th, for the second round of the 2008 UCI women’s World Cup, held at Italy’s famed Trofeo Alfredo Binda race, just north of Varese. The race marks the first time since 2005 that Italy has hosted a round of the women’s World Cup. The undulating 121km course includes two long and three short loops, and will run on roads just north of the route of this year's UCI world championships. The 2008 edition marks the 36th running of the Trofeo Alfredo Binda event.