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Nokere Koerse is a European semi classic single day cycle race held in the Belgian region of Flanders. Since 2005, the race has been organized as a 1.1 event on the UCI Europe Tour. Starting in 2016 it was a 1.HC event. The Nokere Koerse was created in 1944, initially as the Grand Prix Jules Lowie in honour of 1938 Paris–Nice winner Jules Lowie who was born in Nokere. Only seven cyclists not born in Belgium or the Netherlands have won this semi classic. There was no edition in 2013 due to bad winter weather.
|English name||Nokere Koerse|
|Local name(s)||Nokere Koerse (in Dutch)|
|Competition||UCI Europe Tour|
|Editions||73 (as of 2019)|
|First winner||Marcel Kint (BEL)|
|Most wins||Hendrik Van Dijck (BEL) (3 wins)|
|Most recent||Cees Bol (NED)|
|Editions||1 (as of 2019)|
|First winner||Lorena Wiebes (NED)|
|Most wins||no repeat winners|
|Most recent||Lorena Wiebes (NED)|
Since 2019, a women's edition of Nokere Koerse is held on the same day as the men's race, starting and finishing in the same location.
Winners women's raceEdit
|2019||Netherlands||Lorena Wiebes||Parkhotel Valkenburg Cycling Team|
- "Forse sneeuwval dwarsboomt Nokere Koerse" (in Dutch). Sporza. 12 March 2013. Retrieved 12 March 2013.