Interview - 21/04 - 19:44

Demi Vollering (SD Worx-ProTime): “I went too late in the final sprint, and it was a mistake”

Anything could happen today in the final kilometres. It could go one way or the other. I tried to stay sharp. Elisa [Longo Borghini] was also alone, so I assumed he would jump on anything. In the final sprint, I went too late. I stayed a little bit too long on the wheels and it was a mistake.

It was a really easy race. We rode slowly because of the headwind. Some girls...

Interview - 21/04 - 19:27

Grace Brown (FDJ-SUEZ): “I was confident I could win the final sprint”

We know that quite often a really strong breakaway goes in middle section of this race. The plan was for me or one of my teammates to be in that break. It was finally me who made it. We worked well together and built very decent gap that surprised me. I knew that, if the break survived, it was going to be a long day for me. I was in there just to get a head start ahead of the...

Interview - 21/04 - 19:09

Elisa Longo-Borghini (Lidl-Trek): “I got a bad client in Grace Brown – chapeau to her!”

It was a very long sprint. Kasia [Niewiadoma] had a gap and I could close it. I launched my sprint with 200 meters to go, and in the last 75m Grace overtook me. I have to say I’m satisfied, as I came here aiming for a good result and I had good legs. My team and I did our best today and, even if it is a bit disappointing to be second, it is what it is. Congratulations...

The stage film - 21/04 - 18:41

The moment of Grace

140 riders took the start on the 8th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes at 13:45. There was one non-starter: Barbara Malcotti (Human Powered Health). The 152,9-kilometre ride from Bastogne to Liège was tackled on steady, sunny conditions and against cross-head winds that slowed the riders down. A breakaway attempt by Cofidis’ Spela Kern and Arkéa-Samsic’s...

News - 20/04 - 18:13


Key points:

For the first time, the Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes is scheduled to start and finish after the men’s version of the event. The female riders will ride from Bastogne to Liège over the exact same course of the men. This 8th edition will be the longest (153 km) and hardest (2750 meters of elevation gain) ever held. Fresh off conquering...

News - 18/04 - 15:25

The ultimate showdown

From Australia to the Ardennes, the Classics campaign has been particularly exciting. And now it's time for this spring's biggest stars to storm the Cité Ardente with the 8th edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège Femmes, a thrilling grand finale on the Belgian hills. The 2023 edition crowned an Oranje Queen, Demi Vollering, who mastered the slopes in the Netherlands...

News - 24/01 - 12:32

Prime time

The order of the races will also be switched around on Sunday, 21 April. Liège–Bastogne–Liège Femmes will start in the early afternoon and draw to a close about an hour and a half after the Old Lady.

Heading out from Bastogne, the women's peloton will follow the very same route to Quai des Ardennes: a 147.6 km roller coaster peppered...

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