2017 national road cycling championships

The 2017 national road cycling championships will be held throughout the year and are organised by the UCI member federations. They began in Australia with the time trial event (both men and women) on 5 January, as is tradition.

JerseysEdit

Australian Champion
Spanish Champion
British
Champion

The winner of each national championship wears the national jersey in all their races for the next year in the respective discipline, apart from the World Championships and the Olympics, or unless they are wearing a category leader's jersey in a stage race. Most national champion jerseys tend to represent a country's flag or use the colours from it. Jerseys may also feature traditional sporting colours of a country that are not derived from a national flag, such as the green and gold on the jerseys of Australian national champions.

2017 championsEdit

Men's EliteEdit

Country Men's Elite Road Race Champion Road Race Champion's Team Men's Elite Time Trial Champion Time Trial Champion's Team
  Albania Ylber Sefa[1] Iltjan Nika[2]
  Algeria Youcef Reguigui[3] NTT Pro Cycling Azzedine Lagab[4] NaturaBlue
  Andorra Julio Alfredo Pintado[5] Massi–Kuwait Cycling Project
  Angola Bruno Araujo[6] Dário António[7]
  Antigua and Barbuda Robert Francis Marsh[8] Marvin Spencer[9]
  Argentina Joaquin Gonzalo Najar[10] Sindicato de Empleados Publicos de San Juan Mauricio Waldemar Muller[11] Sindicato de Empleados Publicos de San Juan
  Aruba Jean Carlo Ras[12]
  Australia Miles Scotson[13] BMC Racing Team Rohan Dennis[14] BMC Racing Team
  Austria Gregor Mühlberger[15] Bora–Hansgrohe Georg Preidler[16] Team Sunweb
  Azerbaijan Elgün Alizada[17] Synergy Baku Elchin Asadov[18] Synergy Baku
  Bahamas Chad Albury[19] Liam Holowesko[20]
  Barbados Jesse Kelly[21]
  Belarus Nikolai Shumov[22] Stanislau Bazhkou[23] Minsk Cycling Club
  Belgium Oliver Naesen[24] AG2R La Mondiale Yves Lampaert[25] Quick-Step Floors
  Belize Edgar Nissan Arana[26] Tarique Flowers[27] Benny's Megabytes Elite
  Benin Eric Ahouandjinou[28]
  Bermuda Dominique Mayho Dominique Mayho[29] Asfra Racing Team Oudenaarde
  Bolivia Basilio Ramos[30] Javier Arando[31] Equipo Bolivia
  Bosnia and Herzegovina Ivan Siric[32] Vedad Karic[33]
  Botswana Abeng Malete[34] Abeng Malete[35]
  Brazil Roberto Pinheiro SIlva[36] Soul Brasil Pro Cycling Magno Prado Nazaret[37] Soul Brasil Pro Cycling
  Bulgaria Nikolay Mihaylov[38] CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice Radoslav Valentinov Konstantinov[39]
  Burkina Faso Mathias Sorgho[40]
  Canada Matteo Dal-Cin[41] Rally Cycling Svein Tuft[42] Orica–Scott
  Cayman Islands James Smith[43]
  Chile José Luis Rodríguez Aguilar José Luis Rodríguez Aguilar[44]
  China Jingbiao Zhao[45] Hengxiang Cycling Team King Lok Cheung[46] Orica–Scott
  Colombia Sergio Henao[47] Team Sky Jarlinson Pantano[48] Trek–Segafredo
  Costa Rica Gabriel Marín Brian Salas[49]
  Croatia Josip Rumac[50] Synergy Baku Matija Kvasina[51] Felbermayr–Simplon Wels
  Cuba Jan Carlos Arias[52] Emilio Perez[53]
  Cyprus Alexandros Agrotis[54] Andreas Miltiadis[55]
  Czech Republic Zdeněk Štybar[56] Quick-Step Floors Jan Bárta[57] Bora–Hansgrohe
  Denmark Mads Pedersen[58] Trek–Segafredo Martin Toft Madsen[59] BHS–Almeborg Bornholm
  Dominican Republic Ismael Sánchez[60] Aero Cycling Team Augusto Sánchez[61] Aero Cycling Team
  Ecuador Jhonatan Narváez[62] Axeon Hagens Berman Jorge Luis Revelo[63]
  Egypt Islam Ragaey[64] VIB Bikes Islam Ragaey[65] VIB Bikes
  El Salvador Jose Dagoberto Joya[66] Jose Dagoberto Joya[67]
  Eritrea Meron Berhane[68] Mekseb Debesay[69] Team Dimension Data
  Estonia Gert Joeäär[70] Silver Mäoma[71]
  Ethiopia Hailemelekot Hailu[72] Tsgabu Grmay[73] Bahrain–Merida
  Finland Matti Manninen[74] Team FixIT.no Sasu Halme[75]
  France Arnaud Demare[76] FDJ Pierre Latour[77] AG2R La Mondiale
  Georgia Giorgi Nareklishvili[78] Beka Nareklishvili[79]
  Germany Marcus Burghardt[80] Bora–Hansgrohe Tony Martin[81] Team Katusha–Alpecin
  Ghana Abdul Razak Mumin[82]
  Great Britain Steve Cummings[83] Team Dimension Data Steve Cummings[84] Team Dimension Data
  Greece Charalampos Kastrantas[85] Dare Viator Partizan Polychronis Tzortzakis[86] RTS–Monton Racing Team
  Guam Mark Galedo[87] 7 Eleven–Roadbike Philippines
  Guatemala Walter Escobar[88] Manuel Oseas Rodas Ochoa[89]
  Guyana Raynauth Jeffrey[90] Raynauth Jeffrey[91]
  Honduras Jorge Antonio Torres[92]
  Hong Kong Leung Chun Wing[93] HKSI Pro Cycling Team Leung Chun Wing[94] HKSI Pro Cycling Team
  Hungary Krisztian Lovassy[95] Team Differdange–Losch János Pelikán[96] Amplatz–BMC
  Iceland Anton Örn Elfarsson[97] Hakon Hrafn Sigurdsson[98]
  India Naveen John[99] Naveen John[100]
  Iran Mehdi Sohrabi[101] Mirsamad Pourseyedi[102] Tabriz Shahrdary Team
  Ireland Ryan Mullen[103] Cannondale–Drapac Ryan Mullen[104] Cannondale–Drapac
  Israel Roy Goldstein[105] Israel Cycling Academy Guy Sagiv[106] Israel Cycling Academy
  Italy Fabio Aru[107] Astana Gianni Moscon[108] Team Sky
  Ivory Coast Bassirou Konte[109]
  Jamaica Oshane Williams[110] Hans Heusinkveld[111]
  Japan Yusuke Hatanaka[112] Team UKYO Ryota Nishizono[113] Bridgestone–Anchor
  Kazakhstan Artyom Zakharov[114] Astana Zhandos Bizhigitov[115] Astana
  Kosovo Rrahim Mani[116] Luan Haliti[117]
  Latvia Krists Neilands[118] Israel Cycling Academy Aleksejs Saramotins[119] Bora–Hansgrohe
  Lebanon Elias Abou Rachid[120] Abdallah El Err[121]
  Lithuania Ignatas Konovalovas[122] FDJ Ignatas Konovalovas[123] FDJ
  Luxembourg Bob Jungels[124] Quick-Step Floors Jean-Pierre Drucker[125] BMC Racing Team
  Madagascar Julien Rakotoarivony[126] Andriamirado Rakotondravao[127]
  North Macedonia Stefan Petrovski[128] Levent Rifat[129]
  Mali Yaya Diallo[130] Yaya Diallo[131]
  Malta Christian Formosa[132] Etienne Bonello [133]
  Mauritius Philippe Colin[134] Christopher Lagane[135]
  Mexico Efren Santos[136] Ignacio Prado[137] Sindicato de Empleados Publicos de San Juan
  Moldova Nicolae Tanovitchii[138] Nicolae Tanovitchii[139]
  Mongolia Altanzul Altansukh[140] Ningxia Sports Lottery–Livall Cycling Team Maral-Erdene Batmunkh[141] Terengganu Cycling Team
  Montenegro Goran Cerovic[142] Goran Cerovic[143]
  Morocco Essaïd Abelouache[144] Mouhssine Lahsaini[145]
  Namibia Till Drobisch[146] Till Drobisch[147]
  Netherlands Ramon Sinkeldam[148] Team Sunweb Tom Dumoulin[149] Team Sunweb
  New Zealand Joseph Cooper[150] IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness Jack Bauer[151] Quick-Step Floors
  Nicaragua Jaime Gabriel Ramirez[152] Marlon Antonio Samayoa[153]
  Norway Rasmus Tiller[154] Edvald Boasson Hagen[155] Team Dimension Data
  Panama Cristofer Robin Jurado Lopez[156] Franklin Archibold[157]
  Paraguay Antero Daniel Velázquez Ramirez[158] Víctor Manuel Grange González[159]
  Peru Alonso Miguel Gamero[160] Alonso Miguel Gamero[161]
  Poland Adrian Kurek[162] CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice Michal Kwiatkowski[163] Team Sky
  Portugal Ruben Guerreiro[164] Trek–Segafredo Domingos Gonçalves[165] Rádio Popular–Boavista
  Puerto Rico Elvys Noel Reyes[166] Xavier Santana[167]
  Romania Marius Petrache[168] Eduard Grosu[169] Nippo–Vini Fantini
  Russia Alexander Porsev[170] Gazprom–RusVelo Ilnur Zakarin[171] Team Katusha–Alpecin
  Rwanda Gasore Hategeka[172] Adrien Niyonshuti[173] Team Dimension Data
  Senegal Guy Antoine Diandy[174]
  Serbia Dusan Kalaba[175] Dare–Viator Partizan Dusan Rajovic[176] Adria Mobil
  Seychelles Miguel Mathieu[177] Dominic Arrisol[178]
  Singapore Choon Huat Goh[179] Terengganu Cycling Team
  Slovakia Juraj Sagan[180] Bora–Hansgrohe Marek Čanecký[181] Amplatz–BMC
  Slovenia Luka Mezgec [182] Orica–Scott Jan Polanc[183] UAE Team Emirates
  South Africa Reinardt Janse van Rensburg[184] Team Dimension Data Daryl Impey[185] Orica–Scott
  South Korea Jang Kyung-gu Hyeong Min Choe[186] Geumsan Insam–Cello
  Spain Jesús Herrada[187] Movistar Team Jonathan Castroviejo[188] Movistar Team
  Saint Lucia Andrew Norbert[189]
  Sweden Kim Magnusson[190] Team Tre Berg–PostNord Tobias Ludvigsson[191] FDJ
   Switzerland Silvan Dillier[192] BMC Racing Team Stefan Küng[193] BMC Racing Team
  Taiwan Chun Kai Feng[194] Bahrain–Merida Chun Kai Feng[195] Bahrain–Merida
  Turkey Onur Balkan Ahmet Örken[196] Torku Åžekerspor
  Tunisia Ali Nouisri[197] Ali Nouisri[198]
  Ukraine Vitaliy Buts[199] Kolss Cycling Team Oleksandr Polivoda[200] Kolss Cycling Team
  United Arab Emirates Yousif Mirza[201] UAE Abu Dhabi Yousif Mirza[202] UAE Abu Dhabi
  Uganda Mudathili Ali[203]
  United States Larry Warbasse[204] Aqua Blue Sport Joey Rosskopf[205] BMC Racing Team
  Uruguay Richard Mascarañas[206] Agustín Moreira[207]
  Uzbekistan Ruslan Karimov[208] RTS–Monton Racing Team Muradjan Halmuratov[209] Beijing XDS–Innova Cycling Team
  Venezuela Miguel Armando Ubeto[210] Pedro Gutierrez[211]
  Vietnam Minh Trin Tran Nguyen[212] Duc Tam Trinh[213]
  Zimbabwe Mpumelelo Dube[214] Dave Martin[215]

Champions in UCI WorldTeamsEdit

Team Road Race Champions Time Trial Champions
AG2R La Mondiale   Oliver Naesen (BEL)     Pierre Latour (FRA)  
Astana   Fabio Aru (ITA)  
  Artyom Zakharov (KAZ)  
  Zhandos Bizhigitov (KAZ)  
Bahrain–Merida   Chun Kai Feng (TWN)     Tsgabu Grmay (ETH)  
  Chun Kai Feng (TWN)  
BMC Racing Team   Miles Scotson (AUS)  
  Silvan Dillier (SUI)  
  Rohan Dennis (AUS)  
  Jean-Pierre Drucker (LUX)  
  Stefan Küng (SUI)  
  Joey Rosskopf (USA)  
Bora–Hansgrohe   Gregor Mühlberger (AUT)  
  Marcus Burghardt (GER)  
  Juraj Sagan (SVK)  
  Jan Bárta (CZE)  
  Aleksejs Saramotins (LAT)  
Cannondale–Drapac   Ryan Mullen (IRE)  
  Ryan Mullen (IRE)  
FDJ   Arnaud Démare (FRA)  
  Ignatas Konovalovas (LTU)  
  Ignatas Konovalovas (LTU)  
  Tobias Ludvigsson (SWE)  
Lotto–Soudal
Movistar Team   Jesús Herrada (ESP)     Jonathan Castroviejo (ESP)  
Orica–Scott   Luka Mezgec (SLO)     Svein Tuft (CAN)  
  King Lok Cheung (CHN)  
  Daryl Impey (RSA)  
Quick-Step Floors   Zdeněk Štybar (CZE)  
  Bob Jungels (LUX)  
  Yves Lampaert (BEL)  
  Jack Bauer (NZL)  
Team Dimension Data   Youcef Reguigui (ALG)  
  Steve Cummings (GBR)  
  Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (RSA)  
  Mekseb Debesay (ERI)  
  Steve Cummings (GBR)  
  Edvald Boasson Hagen (NOR)  
  Adrien Niyonshuti (RWA)  
Team Katusha–Alpecin   Tony Martin (GER)  
  Ilnur Zakarin (RUS)  
LottoNL–Jumbo
Team Sky   Sergio Henao (COL)     Gianni Moscon (ITA)  
  Michal Kwiatkowski (POL)  
Team Sunweb   Ramon Sinkeldam (NED)     Georg Preidler (AUT)  
  Tom Dumoulin (NED)  
Trek–Segafredo   Mads Pedersen (DEN)  
  Ruben Guerreiro (POR)  
  Jarlinson Pantano (COL)  
UAE Team Emirates   Yousif Mirza (UAE)     Jan Polanc (SLO)  
  Yousif Mirza (UAE)  

Women's EliteEdit

Country Women's Elite Road Race Champion Road Race Champion's Team Women's Elite Time Trial Champion Time Trial Champion's Team
  Algeria Aicha Tihar[216] Aicha Tihar[217]
  Antigua and Barbuda Vanessa Kelsick[218] Vanessa Kelsick[219]
  Argentina Dolores Rodríguez Rey[220] Valeria Teresita Müller[221]
  Aruba Benay Statia[222] Sandra Postma[223]
  Australia Katrin Garfoot[224] Orica–Scott Katrin Garfoot[225] Orica–Scott
  Austria Martina Ritter[226] Drops Martina Ritter[227] Drops
  Azerbaijan Olena Pavlukhina[228] Astana Olena Pavlukhina[229] Astana
  Belgium Jolien D'Hoore[230] Wiggle High5 Ann-Sophie Duyck[231] Drops
  Belarus Tatsiana Sharakova[232] Minsk Cycling Club Tatsiana Sharakova[233] Minsk Cycling Club
  Belize Alicia Thompson[234]
  Bermuda Ashley Estwanik [235]
  Bolivia unknown[236] unknown[237]
  Brazil Clemilda Fernandes Silva[238] Servetto Giusta Ana Paula Polegatch[239]
  Canada Allison Beveridge[240] Rally Cycling Women Karol-Ann Canuel[241] Boels–Dolmans
  Chile Aranza Valentina Villalon[242] Weber–Shimano Ladies Power
  Colombia Luisa Naranjo[243] Pedalea Cycling Team Ana Sanabria[244]
  Costa Rica Natalia Navarro[245] Milagro Mena[246] SAS–Macogep
  Croatia Mia Radotic[247] BTC City Ljubljana Mia Radotic[248] BTC City Ljubljana
  Cuba Arlenis Sierra[249] Astana Women's Team Arlenis Sierra[249] Astana Women's Team
  Cyprus Antri Christoforou[250] Servetto Giusta Marina Theodorou[251]
  Czech Republic Nikola Nosková[252] Bepink–Cogeas Nikola Nosková[253] Bepink–Cogeas
  Denmark Camilla Møllebro[254] Team VéloCONCEPT Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig[255] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling
  Dominican Republic Cesarina Ballenilla[256] Team Caribe Juana Fernández[257] Inteja DCT
  El Salvador Evelyn Garcia[258] Evelyn Garcia[259]
  Eritrea Mossana Debesay[260]
  Estonia Kelly Kalm[261] Isorex Ladies Team Liisi Rist[262]
  Faroe Islands Birita Poulsen[263] Birita Poulsen[264]
  Finland Lotta Lepistö[265] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling Lotta Lepistö[266] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling
  France Charlotte Bravard[267] FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope Audrey Cordon[268] Wiggle High5
  Germany Lisa Klein[269] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling Trixi Worrack[270] Canyon–SRAM
  Great Britain Lizzie Deignan[271] Boels–Dolmans Claire Rose[272] Visit Dallas DNA Pro Cycling
  Greece Argiro Milaki[273] Eleni Tsimpol[274]
  Guatemala Nicolle Bruderer[275] Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank Nicolle Bruderer[249] Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank
  Hong Kong Qianyu Yang[276] Yao Pang[277]
  Honduras Angie De Jesus Gomez[278]
  Hungary Monika Kiraly[279] S.C. Michela Fanini Rox Monika Kiraly[280] S.C. Michela Fanini Rox
  Iceland Erla Sigurlaug Sigurdardottir[281]
  Iran Parastoo Bastidehkharghani[282] Somayeh Yazdani[283]
  Israel Omer Shapira[284] Giusfredi–Bianchi Shani Bloch-Davidov[285] Team VéloCONCEPT
  Ireland Lydia Boylan[286] Eileen Burns[287]
  Italy Elisa Longo Borghini[288] Wiggle High5 Elisa Longo Borghini[289] Wiggle High5
  Ivory Coast Adahi Orneila Kouassi[290]
  Japan Eri Yonamine[291] FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope Eri Yonamine[292] FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope
  Kazakhstan Tatyana Geneleva[293] Astana Natalya Sokovnina[294] Servetto Giusta
  South Korea Ah Reum Na[295] Ju Mi Lee[296]
  Latvia Lija Laizāne[297] Aromitalia Vaiano Lija Laizāne[298] Aromitalia Vaiano
  Lithuania Daiva Tuslaite[299] Alé–Cipollini Ernesta Strainyte[300]
  Luxembourg Christine Majerus[301] Boels–Dolmans Christine Majerus[302] Boels–Dolmans
  Mexico Ingrid Drexel[303] Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank Ingrid Drexel[304] Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank
  Mongolia Jamsran Ulziisolongo[305] Jamsran Ulziisolongo[306]
  Morocco Nadia Skoukdi[307] Nadia Skoukdi[308]
  Netherlands Chantal Blaak[309] Boels–Dolmans Annemiek van Vleuten[310] Orica–Scott
  Norway Vita Heine[311] Team Hitec Products Vita Heine[312] Team Hitec Products
  Namibia Vera Adrian[313] Bizkaia–Durango Vera Adrian[314] Bizkaia–Durango
  New Zealand Rushlee Buchanan[315] UnitedHealthcare Jaime Nielsen[316]
  Paraguay Araceli Jazmín Galeano Centurión[317] Araceli Jazmín Galeano Centurión[318]
  Panama Fernanda Mendez[319] Anibel Prieto[320]
  Peru Angie Marielle Paulett Bustamante[321] Romina Medrano Ilizarbe[322]
  Poland Karolina Karasiewicz[323] Torunski Klub Kolarski Pacific–Nestlé Fitness Katarzyna Pawlowska[324] Boels–Dolmans
  Puerto Rico Donelys Cariño[325]
  Romania Ana Covrig[326] Top Girls Fassa Bortolo Ana Covrig[327] Top Girls Fassa Bortolo
  Russia Anastasia Iakovenko[328] Ksenia Tsymbalyuk[329]
  Rwanda Beatha Ingabire[330]
  Serbia Jelena Erić[331] BTC City Ljubljana Jelena Erić[332] BTC City Ljubljana
  Singapore Yi Wei Luo[333] Yi Wei Luo[334]
  Slovakia Alzbeta Pavlendova[335] Janka Stevkova[336]
  Slovenia Polona Batagelj[337] BTC City Ljubljana Urša Pintar[338] BTC City Ljubljana
  South Africa Heidi Dalton[339] Aromitalia Vaiano Ashleigh Moolman[340] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling
  Spain Sheyla Gutiérrez[341] Cylance Pro Cycling Lourdes Oyarbide[342] Bizkaia–Durango
  Sweden Sara Penton[343] Team VéloCONCEPT Lisa Nordén[344]
   Switzerland Nicole Hanselmann[345] Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling Marlen Reusser[346]
  Ukraine Yevgenia Vysotska[347] Conceria Zabri–Fanini–Guerciotti Yevgenia Vysotska[348] Conceria Zabri–Fanini–Guerciotti
  United States Amber Neben[349] Team VéloCONCEPT Amber Neben[350] Team VéloCONCEPT
  Uzbekistan Olga Jantuganova[351] Renata Baimetova[352]
  Venezuela Jennifer Mariana Cesar Salazar[353] Lilibeth Chacón[354]
  Zimbabwe Skye Davidson[355] Helen Mitchell[356]

Champions in UCI Women's World Tour TeamsEdit

Team[N 1] Road Race Champions Time Trial Champions
Alé–Cipollini   Daiva Tuslaite (LTU)  
Astana   Olena Pavlukhina (AZE)  
  Arlenis Sierra (CUB)  
  Tatyana Geneleva (KAZ)  
  Olena Pavlukhina (AZE)  
  Arlenis Sierra (CUB)  
Bepink–Cogeas   Nikola Nosková (CZE)     Nikola Nosková (CZE)  
Boels–Dolmans   Lizzie Deignan (GBR)  
  Chantal Blaak (NED)  
  Christine Majerus (LUX)  
  Karol-ann Canuel (CAN)  
  Christine Majerus (LUX)  
  Katarzyna Pawlowska (POL)  
BTC City Ljubljana   Mia Radotic (CRO)  
  Jelena Erić (SRB)  
  Polona Batagelj (SLO)  
  Mia Radotic (CRO)  
  Jelena Erić (SRB)  
  Urša Pintar (SLO)  
Canyon–SRAM   Trixi Worrack (GER)  
Cervélo–Bigla Pro Cycling   Lotta Lepistö (FIN)  
  Lisa Klein (GER)  
  Nicole Hanselmann (SUI)  
  Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig (DEN)  
  Lotta Lepistö (FIN)  
  Ashleigh Moolman (RSA)  
Cylance Pro Cycling   Sheyla Gutiérrez (ESP)  
FDJ Nouvelle-Aquitaine Futuroscope   Charlotte Bravard (FRA)  
  Eri Yonamine (JPN)  
  Eri Yonamine (JPN)  
Lares–Waowdeals
Lensworld–Kuota
Lotto–Soudal Ladies
Orica–Scott   Katrin Garfoot (AUS)     Katrin Garfoot (AUS)  
  Annemiek van Vleuten (NED)  
Servetto Giusta   Clemilda Fernandes Silva (BRA)  
  Antri Christoforou (CYP)  
  Natalya Sokovnina (KAZ)  
Team Hitec Products   Vita Heine (NOR)     Vita Heine (NOR)  
Team Sunweb
Team VéloCONCEPT   Sara Penton (SWE)  
  Camilla Møllebro (DEN)  
  Amber Neben (USA)  
  Shani Bloch-Davidov (ISR)  
  Amber Neben (USA)  
Tibco–Silicon Valley Bank   Nicolle Bruderer  (GUA)  
  Ingrid Drexel (MEX)  
  Ingrid Drexel (MEX)  
  Nicolle Bruderer  (GUA)  
Wiggle High5   Jolien D'Hoore (BEL)  
  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA)  
  Audrey Cordon (FRA)  
  Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA)  
WM3 Pro Cycling
  1. ^ These are the Top-20 teams which are automatically invited to Women's World Tour events.
    Key Invitation
    Top-15 team, invited to all UCI WWT one-day & stage races automatically
    Top-20 team, invited to all UCI WWT one-day races automatically

See alsoEdit

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