Women cycling at the Holland Ladies Tour

Holland Ladies Tour

The Holland Ladies Tour is a women’s stage race held in the Netherlands. It has been raced 8 times despite first running in 2001. As of 2022 it is the only multi-day race hosted in the Netherlands that is currently part of the women’s World Tour series.

The race has had many sponsors over the years and has been known as the Profile Ladies Tour, the BrainWash Ladies Tour, the Boels Rental Ladies Tour, and the Simac Ladies Tour.

The route varies each year, and traditionally comprises 6 or 7 stages.

The most successful rider is Marianna Vos who won the race four times consecutively from 2009 to 2012.

Holland Ladies Tour 2022

The 24th edition of the Holland Ladies Tour was started in Lelystad on 30 August 2022 and finished in Arnhem on 4 September 2022. It was the 21st event of the 2022 World Tour. The race covered 6 stages and a total distance of 701.4 km. The winner of the General classification was Dutch rider Lorena Wiebes.

  • General Classification
    1. Lorena Wiebes
    2. Audrey Cordon-Ragot
    3. Karlijn Swinkels
  • Points Classification – Lorena Wiebes
  • Mountains Classification – Kirstie van Haaften
  • Youth Classification – Mischa Bredewold
  • Team – Team Jumbo–Visma

Holland Ladies Tour 2023 Preview

The 2023 race will be held between 5 – 10 September 2023. It will be race number 27 of 30 on the World Tour calendar.

Results

  • 2022 – Lorena Wiebes 
  • 2021 – Chantal van den Broek-Blaak 
  • 2019 – Christine Majerus 
  • 2018 – Annemiek van Vleuten 
  • 2017 – Annemiek van Vleuten 
  • 2016 – Chantal Blaak 
  • 2015 – Lisa Brennauer 
  • 2014 – Evelyn Stevens 
  • 2013 – Ellen van Dijk 
  • 2012 – Marianne Vos 
  • 2011 – Marianne Vos 
  • 2010 – Marianne Vos 
  • 2009 – Marianne Vos 
  • 2008 – Charlotte Becker 
  • 2007 – Kristin Armstrong 
  • 2006 – Susanne Ljungskog 
  • 2005 – Tanja Schmidt-Hennes 
  • 2004 – Mirjam Melchers 
  • 2003 – Susanne Ljungskog 
  • 2002 – Debby Mansveld 
  • 2001 – Petra Rossner 
  • 2000 – Mirjam Melchers 
  • 1999 – Leontien van Moorsel 
  • 1998 – Elsbeth Vink 

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