Chances to score points are dwindling as October approaches and, after looking like it would be demoted, Human Powered Health is on course to keep WorldTour license.
Could the loss of the U.S. squad provide a lifeline for other teams such as Human Powered Health in fight for 2024 top tier licenses?
Women’s WorldTour points fight: SD Worx dominates, Human Powered Health, Israel-Premier Tech in danger
Uno-X moves into safe spot in contest to retain WorldTour license, AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step continues to climb the rankings.
Six teams within 1,000 points on the cusp of WorldTour promotion or relegation, Zaaf challenge falls away amidst rider exodus.
Women’s WorldTour points fight: AG Insurance-Soudal Quick-Step climbs to promotion spot as others stall
Zaaf continues to impress in its debut season as a UCI squad, but rumors emerge of financial issues at the squad with teams not being paid.
The Australian would like to see TV coverage continue to grow and more races for U23 riders.
The US team climbs 10 places in the opening month of racing, but WorldTour fight will really hot up in February.
While most of the top teams are secure, there are at least three teams in a fight for survival in 2023.
The top tier of women's cycling has a full complement of teams for the first time. VeloNews takes a look at the squads and examines their prospects for 2023.
Women's cycling is almost unrecognizable after almost a decade of rapid development, but now the next chapter begins.
At least three teams are looking to step up for 2023 but only there's only one place available.
Belgian squad has enjoyed a successful 2022 season and throws its hat in the ring for the remaining WorldTeam license for 2023.
The North American team is the first existing co-ed set-up to send its women’s team to the top tier before its men's squad.
A total of 18 WorldTour and 14 Women's WorldTour licenses have been awarded, while Gianni Savio's squad handed ProTeam spot after missing initial deadline.
The long-running North American squad has received renewed financial commitment from its title sponsors, enabling it to apply for the benefits of the top tier teams in the Women's World Tour.
The decorated track racer and time trialist will combine road and track goals in 2021, with the Tokyo games as her primary focus.
Top WorldTeam teams continue to snatch new signatures as busy transfer season continues.
The UCI has released the 20201 WorldTour calendars for men and women, and the Amgen Tour of California is noticeably absent from both.