Stichting Rabo Women Cycling Team - National, World & Olympic Champions

National, World & Olympic Champions

2006
1st World Roac Race Champion, Marianne Vos
1st World Cyclo-cross Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Road Race Championships, Marianne Vos
2007
1st Dutch National Track Champion – points race, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Track Champion – scratch, Marianne Vos
1st Belgian National Road Championship, Ludivine Henrion
2008
1st Olympic Track Champion – points race, Marianne Vos
1st Track Cycling World Championships points race, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Road Race Championships, Marianne Vos
1st Belgian National Time Trial Championship, Liesbeth de Vocht
2009
1st Cyclo-cross World Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Road Race Championships, Marianne Vos
2010
1st Cyclo-cross World Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Time Trial Championships, Marianne Vos
1st Belgian National Road Championship, Liesbeth de Vocht
1st Dutch National Road Championship, Loes Gunnewijk
2011
1st Cyclo-cross World Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Track Cycling World Champion – scratch race, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Cyclo-cross Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Time Trial Championships, Marianne Vos
1st DutchNational Road Championship, Marianne Vos
2012
1st Olympic Road Champion, Marianne Vos
1st World Road Race Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Belgian National Time Trial Champion, Lisbeth De Vocht
2013
1st World Cyclo-cross Champion, Marianne Vos
1st Dutch National Cyclo-cross Champion, Marianne Vos

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