UCI Women's Road World Cup

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UCI Women's Road World Cup
Sport Road bicycle racing
Founded 1998
Ceased 2015
Replaced by UCI Women's World Tour (2016)
No. of teams See: UCI Women's Teams
Last
champion(s)
  Lizzie Armitstead  (GBR)
Rabo–Liv
Official website official website

The UCI Women's Road Cycling World Cup was a season-long road bicycle competition for women organized by the Union Cycliste Internationale between 1998–2015. This competition consisted of a series (which has varied from 6 to 12 events) of races linked together, not only by a common designation, but also by a yearly overall points competition.

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Each World Cup race was a one-day event, with courses ranging from relatively flat, criterium-like courses, to those which have a lot of climbing, as exemplified by La Flèche Wallonne Féminine which ends on the famed Mur de Huy climb with several sections exceeding 15% grades.[ citation needed ]

Winners

Individuals

YearWinnerSecondThird
1998 Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė Italy Alessandra Cappellotto United States Deirdre Demet-Barry
1999 Australia Anna Wilson [N 1] Germany Hanka Kupfernagel Australia Tracey Gaudry
2000 Lithuania Diana Žiliūtė Finland Pia Sundstedt Netherlands Mirjam Melchers
2001 Australia Anna Millward [N 1] Netherlands Mirjam Melchers Sweden Susanne Ljungskog
2002 Germany Petra Rossner Netherlands Mirjam Melchers Germany Regina Schleicher
2003 United Kingdom Nicole Cooke Germany Regina Schleicher Netherlands Mirjam Melchers
2004 Australia Oenone Wood Germany Petra Rossner Germany Angela Brodtka
2005 Australia Oenone Wood Sweden Susanne Ljungskog Netherlands Mirjam Melchers
2006 United Kingdom Nicole Cooke Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Switzerland Annette Beutler
2007 Netherlands Marianne Vos United Kingdom Nicole Cooke Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
2008 Germany Judith Arndt Netherlands Suzanne de Goede Netherlands Marianne Vos
2009 Netherlands Marianne Vos Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2010 Netherlands Marianne Vos Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2011 Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten Netherlands Marianne Vos Sweden Emma Johansson
2012 Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Judith Arndt United States Evelyn Stevens
2013 Netherlands Marianne Vos Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Ellen van Dijk
2014 United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Marianne Vos
2015 United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead Netherlands Anna Van Der Breggen Belgium Jolien D'Hoore
  1. 1 2 Anna Wilson married in 2000 and changed her surname to Milward.

Teams

A teams classification was added in 2006.

SeasonTeam
2006 Univega Pro Cycling Team
2007 Raleigh–Lifeforce–Creation HB Pro Cycling Team
2008 Team Columbia Women
2009 Cervélo TestTeam
2010 Cervélo TestTeam
2011 Nederland Bloeit
2012 Rabobank Women Cycling Team
2013 Rabobank–Liv Giant
2014 Rabo–Liv
2015 Rabo–Liv

Races

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RaceCountry 98 99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 Total
Australia World Cup [N 1]   Australia 11
Liberty Classic   United States 4
Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal   Canada 12
Trophée International   France 3
Ladies Tour Beneden-Maas   Netherlands 2
GP Suisse Féminin [N 2]    Switzerland 5
New Zealand World Cup [N 3]   New Zealand 5
Primavera Rosa   Italy 7
La Flèche Wallonne Féminine   Belgium 17
Lowland International Rotterdam Tour   Netherlands 7
GP Castilla y León   Spain 5
GP de Plouay   France 14
Amstel Gold Race   Netherlands 1
Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt   Germany 7
Tour of Flanders for Women   Belgium 12
GP of Wales   United Kingdom 1
Tour de Berne    Switzerland 4
Open de Suède Vårgårda   Sweden 10
The Ladies Golden Hour   Denmark 1
Ronde van Drenthe   Netherlands 9
Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio   Italy 8
Open de Suède Vårgårda (TTT [N 4] )  Sweden 8
Tour of Chongming Island World Cup   China 6
GP Ciudad de Valladolid   Spain 2
Sparkassen Giro   Germany 2
The Philadelphia Cycling Classic   USA 1
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  1. Referred to as World Cup Sydney in 1998, World Cup Canberra from 1999 to 2001 and Geelong World Cup from 2004 and 2008.
  2. Referred to as GP William Tell in 1998 and UCI World Cup Finale Embrach in 1999 and 2000.
  3. Referred to as World Cup Hamilton City in 1999, 2001 and 2002.
  4. Team time trial

See also