2003 UCI Women's Road World Cup

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2003 UCI Women's Road World Cup
Sixth edition of the UCI Women's Road World Cup
Details
Dates 2 March – 7 September
Location Australia, Canada and Europe
Rounds 9
Champions
Individual champion  Nicole Cooke (GBR) (Ausra Gruodis Safi)
2002
2004

The 2003 UCI Women's Road World Cup was the sixth edition of the UCI Women's Road World Cup. There were again nine rounds, but compared to 2002 there were two changes as the GP Suisse Féminin and New Zealand World Cup were replaced by the Amstel Gold Race and the Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt. Welsh rider Nicole Cooke won her first overall title.

Races[edit]

Date Event Country Winner
2 March Australia World Cup, Sydney  Australia  Carrigan, SaraSara Carrigan (AUS)
22 March Primavera Rosa  Italy  Zabirova, ZulfiyaZulfiya Zabirova (RUS)
30 March GP Castilla y León  Spain  Melchers, MirjamMirjam Melchers (NED)
20 April Amstel Gold Race  Netherlands  Cooke, NicoleNicole Cooke (GBR)
23 April La Flèche Wallonne Féminine  Belgium  Cooke, NicoleNicole Cooke (GBR)
31 May Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal  Canada  Jeanson, GenevièveGeneviève Jeanson (CAN)
23 August GP de Plouay  France  Cooke, NicoleNicole Cooke (GBR)
31 August Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt  Germany  Ziliute, DianaDiana Žiliūtė (LIT)
7 September Rotterdam Tour  Netherlands  Beltman, ChantalChantal Beltman (NED)

Final classification[edit]

# Cyclist Points
1  Nicole Cooke (GBR) 309
2  Regina Schleicher (GER) 211
3  Mirjam Melchers (NED) 198
4  Sara Carrigan (AUS) 177
5  Judith Arndt (GER) 157
6  Diana Žiliūtė (LTU) 146
7  Anita Valen (NOR) 145
8  Rochelle Gilmore (AUS) 119
9  Susanne Ljungskog (SWE) 97
10  Zulfiya Zabirova (KAZ) 94

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