Women’s Cycling Category
“It was really easy to make the decision to re-sign. I’ve been really happy with the team this year: the girls, the staff, the equipment, the organisiation. It’s been a stress-free environment for me, and I could easily see myself here for another year. “
I shouldn’t be writing this blog. I have a post grad uni assignment due on Sunday that I haven’t started and my brain power would be undoubtedly better used completing, or at least starting, that. But, I think of my parents and know that in the long run, they would be more disappointed in me […]
Chloe Hosking overcame a late race mechanical to finish in second place behind Kirstin Wild (Cylance) on the opening stage of the Tour of Chongming Island on Friday. The stage result combined with bonus seconds earned on intermediate sprints put Hosking atop the general classification board with two stages left to race. In additional to […]
As I alluded to in my last blog post, even though the entire peloton may have felt like we had aged about 50 years after Omloop het Nieuwsblad we lined up to race the next day in another Belgian classic; Omloop van het Hageland.
There is no soft opening in bike racing. When the season starts we all turn into blood thirsty vampires hungry for a kill — or a win in non-metaphorical language — like a plague has run rampant through the peloton.
Chloe Hosking exceeded expectations at the Santos Women’s Tour where she sprinted to one stage victory and two stage podiums to earn the green points classification jersey. “It lets me know on I’m the right track,” said Hosking. “The TDU was never a target for me. To come away so successful is a really pleasant […]
Chloe Hosking proved fastest in a two-women drag race to win the third stage of the Santos Women’s Tour. The victory in Lyndoch on Monday solidified Hosking’s hold on the sprint leader’s jersey that she earned following her third-place finish on stage two.
Prioritising “unorthodox approach” to her season, Chloe Hosking joins Alé Cipollini Galassia in 2017
Australian Chloe Hosking announced on Thursday that she has signed a one-year deal with Italian-registered Alé Cipollini Galassia for the 2017 season. The 25-year-old has raced with Wiggle High5 for the last two seasons. She turned professional with Team Columbia (HTC-Highroad) in 2010. “I don’t like standing still,” said Hosking. “It’s time to move on.”
Cycling Australia announce today the 31-rider squad for the 2016 UCI Road World Championships in Doha Qatar, from 9-16 October. With Australia claiming more than 20 wins – including five at the World Tour level – in the women’s peloton in 2016, Australia’s seven-rider team is packed with talent. Chloe Hosking (ACT) has six wins […]
Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Jolien D’hoore and Chloe Hosking finished an incredible first and second in the Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta, the final event of the 2016 Women’s WorldTour, on the Paseo del Prado in the centre of the Spanish capital. D’hoore was expertly led into the finishing straight by Hosking, but both were […]