1999 UCI Women's Road World Cup

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1999 UCI Women's Road World Cup
Second edition of the UCI Women's Road World Cup
Dates 7 March – 26 September
Location Europe, North America and Oceania
Rounds 9
Individual champion  Anna Wilson (AUS) (Saturn Cycling Team)
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The 1999 UCI Women's Road World Cup was the second edition of the UCI Women's Road World Cup. It consisted of nine rounds: in addition to the six rounds in 1998 that were all retained there were the New Zealand World Cup, the Primavera Rosa and La Flèche Wallonne Féminine. Australian rider Anna Wilson of Saturn Cycling Team won the series.


Date Event Location Winner
7 March Australia World Cup, Canberra  Australia  Wilson, AnnaAnna Wilson (AUS)
14 March New Zealand World Cup, Hamilton  New Zealand  Bonanomi, RobertaRoberta Bonanomi (ITA)
20 March Primavera Rosa  Italy  Felloni, SaraSara Felloni (ITA)
14 April La Flèche Wallonne Féminine  Belgium  Kupfernagel, HankaHanka Kupfernagel (GER)
30 May Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal  Canada  Gaudry, TraceyTracey Gaudry (AUS)
4 June Liberty Classic  United States  Rossner, PetraPetra Rossner (GER)
8 August Trophée International  France  Vonckx, VanjaVanja Vonckx (BEL)
9 September Ladies Tour Beneden-Maas  Netherlands  Rossner, PetraPetra Rossner (GER)
26 September UCI World Cup Finale Embrach   Switzerland  Wilson, AnnaAnna Wilson (AUS)

Final classification[edit]

# Cyclist Points
1  Anna Wilson (AUS) 288
2  Hanka Kupfernagel (GER) 281
3  Tracey Gaudry (AUS) 162
4  Petra Rossner (GER) 160
5  Sara Felloni (ITA) 114
6  Roberta Bonanomi (ITA) 113
7  Chantal Beltman (NED) 104
8  Gunn-Rita Dahle (NOR) 95
9  Vanja Vonckx (BEL) 84
10  Catherine Marsal (FRA) 84

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