Lotto–Soudal Ladies

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Lotto–Soudal Ladies is a women's professional cycling team based in Belgium, which competes in elite road bicycle racing and track cycling events, such as the UCI Women's World Tour. The team was established in 2006, and its colours are white, black, and red. The team manager and representative is Danny Schoonbaert, and the assistant team manager is Ivan Depoorter.[1] Sponsors Lotto (associated with the Belgian lottery) and Soudal (an adhesives manufacturer) also sponsor the Lotto–Soudal men's UCI WorldTeam.

Lotto–Soudal Ladies
Team information
UCI codeLBL (2006–2009, 2012–2014)
LHT (2010)
LLT (2011)
LSL (2015–present)
RegisteredBelgium
Founded2006 (2006)
Discipline(s)Road
StatusUCI Women's Team
Key personnel
General managerDanny Schoonbaert
Team name history
2006–2009
2010
2011
2012–2014
2015–
Lotto–Belisol Ladiesteam
Lotto–Honda Team
Lotto Ladies Team
Lotto–Belisol Ladies
Lotto–Soudal Ladies

HistoryEdit

 
The team at the 2015 Le Samyn des Dames

2006Edit

2009Edit

2014Edit

Riders inEdit

In August the team announced the signing of Joëlle Numainville (Optum–Kelly Benefit Strategies) with immediate effect.[2] Susanna Zorzi and Jessie Daams joined the team for 2015. On 29 October the team signed Anouk Rijff. On 13 November Carlee Taylor joined the team. On 21 November Anisha Vekemans, Marion Rousse, Sarah Rijkes, Molly Meyvisch, Chantal Hoffmann, Amy Cure and Isabelle Beckers signed extensions with the team.[3]

Riders outEdit

In July Emma Pooley announced that she intended to retire after the Commonwealth Games road race.[4] In September Liesbet De Vocht announced her retirement. On 9 November Céline Van Severen left the team to join Lensworld.eu–Zannata for the 2015 season.[5] On 23 November Heidi Dalton and Isabelle Söderberg left the team.

Team rosterEdit

As of 28 January 2020.[6]
Rider Date of birth
  Teuntje Beekhuis (NED) (1995-08-18) 18 August 1995 (age 24)
  Danique Braam (NED) (1995-09-05) 5 September 1995 (age 24)
  Alana Castrique (BEL) (1999-05-08) 8 May 1999 (age 21)
  Dani Christmas (GBR) (1987-12-21) 21 December 1987 (age 32)
  Annelies Dom (BEL) (1986-04-08) 8 April 1986 (age 34)
  Arianna Fidanza (ITA) (1995-01-06) 6 January 1995 (age 25)
  Lotte Kopecky (BEL) (1995-11-10) 10 November 1995 (age 24)
Rider Date of birth
  Lone Meertens (BEL) (1998-04-16) 16 April 1998 (age 22)
  Nguyễn Thị Thật (VIE) (1993-03-06) 6 March 1993 (age 27)
  Abby-Mae Parkinson (GBR) (1997-07-30) 30 July 1997 (age 23)
  Christina Siggaard (DNK) (1994-03-24) 24 March 1994 (age 26)
  Julie Van de Velde (BEL) (1993-06-02) 2 June 1993 (age 27)
  Cameron Vandenbroucke (BEL) (1999-02-10) 10 February 1999 (age 21)
  Jesse Vandenbulcke (BEL) (1996-01-17) 17 January 1996 (age 24)

Major winsEdit

2006
Overall Wolvertem-Slozen, Liesbet De Vocht
Stages 1a & 1b, Liesbet De Vocht
2007
Stage 5 Tour of New Zealand, Sara Carrigan
GP Stad Roeselare, Marine Bras
Oceania Continental Road Race Championships, Kathy Watt
Overall Tour de Perth, Kathy Watt
Stages 1, 2, 3 & 4, Kathy Watt
Stage 5 Holland Ladies Tour, Marine Bras
Stage 2 (ITT) Tour of Bright, Kathy Watt
2008
Omloop Door Middag-Humsterland WE, Vera Koedooder
2009
Stages 1 & 2 Tour of New Zealand, Rochelle Gilmore
Omloop Door Middag-Humsterland WE, Rochelle Gilmore
Overall Tour Féminin en Limousin, Grace Verbeke
Stage 1, Grace Verbeke
Sparkassen Giro Bochum, Rochelle Gilmore
Profronde van Surhuisterveen WE, Vera Koedooder
Mijl van Mares WE, Vera Koedooder
Stage 6 Tour Cycliste Féminin International Ardèche, Lizzie Armitstead
2010
Ronde van Vlaanderen voor Vrouwen, Grace Verbeke
Holland Hills Classic, Grace Verbeke
Stage 2b Trophée d'Or Féminin, Vicki Eustace Whitelaw
  Overall Tour Cycliste Féminin International Ardèche, Vicki Eustace Whitelaw
Commonwealth Games Road Race, Rochelle Gilmore
2011
Stage 1 Ladies Tour of Qatar, Rochelle Gilmore
Stage 2 Tour de Feminin - Krasna Lipa, Melissa Hoskins
Profronde van Surhuisterveen WE, Melissa Hoskins
2012
Stage 4 Tour de Free State, Ashleigh Moolman
Stage 1 Route de France Féminine, Cherise Taylor
Stage 2 Tour Cycliste Féminin Ardèche, Ashleigh Moolman
2013
Dwars door de Westhoek, Jolien D'Hoore
Boels Rental Hills Classic, Ashleigh Moolman
  Provincial Time Trial Championships (Antwerp), Anisha Vekemans
2014
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Antwerp), Anisha Vekemans
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Limburg), Isabelle Beckers
Beveren-Prosperpolder, Liesbet De Vocht
Diamond Tour, Jolien D'Hoore
  Mountains classification Giro d'Italia Femminile, Emma Pooley
Stages 6, 8 & 9, Emma Pooley
  Points classification BeNe Ladies Tour, Jolien D'Hoore
Stages 1 & 2b, Jolien D'Hoore
Stage 5 Boels Rental Ladies Tour, Jolien D'Hoore
2015
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Limburg), Jessie Daams
Boortmeerbeek, Anisha Vekemans
Stage 2 GP Elsy Jacobs, Elena Cecchini
Stage 4 Trophée d'Or Féminin, Anisha Vekemans
UCI Track Cycling World Cup – Cambridge (Team Pursuit), Amy Cure
2016
Oostduinkerke, Anisha Vekemans
Zeswege Ladies Classic, Lotte Kopecky
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Antwerp), Anisha Vekemans
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Limburg), Isabelle Beckers
Trofee Maarten Wynants, Lotte Kopecky
Belsele–Puivelde, Lotte Kopecky
Boortmeerbeek, Élise Delzenne
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Vlaams-Brabant), Élise Delzenne
Fenioux Track Championships (Individual pursuit), Élise Delzenne
  Youth classification Lotto Belisol Belgium Tour, Lotte Kopecky
  Overall Trophée d'Or Féminin, Élise Delzenne
Stage 1, Élise Delzenne
Stage 5, Claudia Lichtenberg
UCI Track Cycling World Cup – Glasgow (Scratch Race), Élise Delzenne
Gent Six Days, Lotte Kopecky
2017
UCI Track Cycling World Cup – Cali (Omnium), Lotte Kopecky
Belgian International – Madison, Lotte Kopecky
  Provincial Time Trial Championship (Limburg), Isabelle Beckers
Stage 2 GP Elsy Jacobs, Élise Delzenne
Niel Derny race, Lotte Kopecky
Nossegem Cyclo-cross, Julie Roelandts
  Provincial Cyclo-cross Championships (Vlaams-Brabant), Julie Roelandts
2018
Stage 1 Tour of Belgium, Lotte Kopecky
2019
Vuelta a la Comunitat Valenciana Feminas, Lotte Kopecky
MerXem Classic, Lotte Kopecky
Flanders Ladies Classic, Julie Van de Velde
GP de Fourmies, Thị Thật Nguyễn

National and world championsEdit

2006
  Australian Time Tria, Kathryn Watt
  Irish Road Race, Siobhan Horgane-Dervan
  Belgian Time Trial, An Van Rie
2007
  Belgian Track (Individual Pursuit), Kelly Druits
  Belgian Track (Keirin), Kelly Druits
  Belgian Track (Team Sprint), Kelly Druits & Jenifer De Merlier
  Belgian Track (Points race), Kelly Druits
  Irish Road Race, Siobhan Horgane-Dervan
2008
  Norwegian Road Race, Linn Torp
  Dutch Track (Points Race), Vera Koedooder
2009
 , British Track (Points Race), Lizzie Armitstead
  Norwegian Road Race, Linn Torp
 , British Track (Scratch Race), Lizzie Armitstead
2010
  Australian U23 Time Trial, Josephine Tomic
  Australian Track (Team Pursuit), Josephine Tomic
  Belgian Time Trial, Grace Verbeke
2011
  South African Time Trial, Cherise Taylor
  South African Road Race, Marissa Van der Merwe
  African Individual Time Trial, Cherise Taylor
  African Road Race, Ashleigh Moolman
2012
  South African Trial, Cherise Taylor
  South African Road Race, Ashleigh Moolman
  African Individual Time Trial, Ashleigh Moolman
  African Road Race, Ashleigh Moolman
2013
  South African Time Trial, Ashleigh Moolman
  South African Road Race, Ashleigh Moolman
  African Time Trial, Ashleigh Moolman
  African Road Race, Ashleigh Moolman
2014
  Australian Track (Individual pursuit), Amy Cure
  Australian Track (Team pursuit) Amy Cure
  British Time Trial, Emma Pooley
  Belgian Road Race, Jolien D'Hoore
2015
  Australian Track (Team pursuit) Amy Cure
  Australian Track (Individual pursuit) Amy Cure
  World Track (Team pursuit), Amy Cure
  Italy Road Race, Elena Cecchini
2016
  South African Road Race, An-Li Kachelhoffer
  Belgian Track (Omnium), Lotte Kopecky
  Belgian U23 Time Trial, Lotte Kopecky
African Team Time Trial, An-Li Kachelhoffer
  European U23 Track (Points race), Lotte Kopecky
  European U23 Track (Omnium), Lotte Kopecky
  France Track (Individual pursuit), Elise Delzenne
  France Track (Points Race), Elise Delzenne
  European Track (Madison), Lotte Kopecky
  Belgian Track (Scratch race), Lotte Kopecky
  Belgian Track (Points race), Lotte Kopecky
2017
  Belgian Track (Omnium), Lotte Kopecky
  Belgian Track (Points Race), Lotte Kopecky
  Belgian Track (Scratch Race), Lotte Kopecky
  World Track (Madison), Lotte Kopecky
  Denmark Track (Individual Pursuit), Trine Schmidt
  Denmark Track (Scratch Race), Trine Schmidt
  European Track (Points race), Trine Schmidt
  European Track (Scratch race), Trine Schmidt
2018
  Belgian Track (Points race), Annelies Dom
  Belgian Road Race, Annelies Dom
2019
  Belgian Time Trial, Lotte Kopecky

Previous team rostersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2012 UCI Women's Teams:LOTTO BELISOL LADIES (LBL) - BEL". Archived from the original on 2011-05-16.
  2. ^ "Numainville signs with Lotto Belisol Ladies - Cyclingnews.com".
  3. ^ "Cycling Transfers 2017 - - Team Information - By: CyclingFever.com".
  4. ^ "Emma Pooley to retire from cycling after Commonwealth Games - Cycling Weekly". 29 July 2014.
  5. ^ "Cycling Transfers 2017 - - Team Information - By: CyclingFever.com".
  6. ^ "Lotto Soudal Ladies". UCI.org. Union Cycliste Internationale. Archived from the original on 28 January 2020. Retrieved 28 January 2020.

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