Ronde van Drenthe

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Ronde van Drenthe
Race details
DateEarly-March
RegionDrenthe, Netherlands
English nameTour of Drenthe
Local name(s)Ronde van Drenthe
DisciplineRoad race
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeSingle day race
History
First edition1960 (1960)
Editions57 (as of 2019)
First winner Jurrie Dokter (NED)
Most wins Henk Mutsaars (NED)
 Ron Snijders (NED)
 Allard Engels (NED)
 Anthony Theus (NED)
 Rudie Kemna (NED) (2 wins)
Most recent Pim Ligthart (NED)

Ronde van Drenthe (English: Tour of Drenthe) is an elite men's and women's professional road bicycle racing event held annually in the Drenthe, Netherlands and sanctioned by the Royal Dutch Cycling Union. Since 1998 there is also a women's event, known as Novilon Internationale Damesronde van Drenthe and since 2007 there is also a Ronde van Drenthe for women which was part of the UCI Women's Road World Cup until 2015. In 2016, the race became part of the new UCI Women's World Tour.

Since 2005, the men's event is UCI 1.1 rated and is part of the UCI Europe Tour.

Men's past winners[edit]

Rider Team
1960 Netherlands Jurrie Dokter (NED)
1961 Netherlands Cees De Jongh (NED)
1962 Netherlands Bart Solaro (NED)
1963 Netherlands Jaak Mesters (NED)
1964 Netherlands Jan Fransen (NED)
1965 Netherlands Roel Hendriks (NED)
1966 Netherlands Peter Tesselaar (NED)
1967 Netherlands Leen De Groot (NED)
1968 Netherlands Jan van Katwijk (NED)
1969 Netherlands Ben Janbroers (NED)
1970 Netherlands Popke Oosterhof (NED)
1971 Netherlands Jules Bruessing (NED)
1972 Netherlands Hennie Kuiper (NED)
1973 Netherlands Gerrie van Gerwen (NED)
1974 Netherlands Co Hoogendoorn (NED)
1975 Netherlands Jimmy Kruunenburg (NED)
1976 Netherlands Wil van Helvoirt (NED)
1977 Netherlands Joop Ribbers (NED)
1978 Netherlands Henk Mutsaars (NED)
1979 Netherlands Wim de Waal (NED)
1980 Netherlands Henk Mutsaars (NED)
1981 Netherlands Ron Snijders (NED)
1982 Netherlands Hans Baudoin (NED)
1983 Netherlands Ron Snijders (NED)
1984 Netherlands Antoon van der Steen (NED)
1985 Netherlands Henk Boeve (NED)
1986 Netherlands Dick Dekker (NED)
1987 Netherlands Richard Luppes (NED)
1988 Netherlands Stephan Räkers (NED)
1989 Netherlands Eric Knuvers (NED)
1990 Netherlands Gerard Kemper (NED)
1991 Netherlands Allard Engels (NED)
1992 Netherlands Paul Konings (NED)
1993 Netherlands Allard Engels (NED)
1994 Netherlands Anthony Theus (NED)
1995 Netherlands Pascal Appeldoorn (NED)
1996 Netherlands Karsten Kroon (NED)
1997 Netherlands Anthony Theus (NED)
1998 Netherlands Remco van der Ven (NED) TVM–Farm Frites
1999 Netherlands Jans Koerts (NED) Team Cologne
2000 Belgium Andy de Smet (BEL) Spar-OKI
2001 No race
2002 Netherlands Rudie Kemna (NED) BankGiroLoterij-Batavus
2003 Netherlands Rudie Kemna (NED) BankGiroLoterij
2004 Netherlands Erik Dekker (NED) Rabobank
2005 Germany Marcel Sieberg (GER) Team Lamonta
2006 Germany Markus Eichler (GER) Team Regiostrom-Senges
2007 Netherlands Martijn Maaskant (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2008 Netherlands Coen Vermeltfoort (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2009 Italy Maurizio Biondo (ITA) Ceramica Flaminia–Bossini Docce
2010 Italy Alberto Ongarato (ITA) Vacansoleil
2011 Netherlands Kenny Van Hummel (NED) Skil–Shimano
2012 Netherlands Bert-Jan Lindeman (NED) Vacansoleil–DCM
2013 Sweden Alexander Wetterhall (SWE) NetApp–Endura
2014 Belgium Kenny Dehaes (BEL) Lotto–Belisol
2015 Belgium Edward Theuns (BEL) Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise
2016 Netherlands Jesper Asselman (NED) Roompot–Oranje Peloton
2017 Netherlands Jan-Willem van Schip (NED) Delta Cycling Rotterdam
2018 Czech Republic František Sisr (CZE) CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice
2019 Netherlands Pim Ligthart (NED) Direct Énergie

Women's past winners[edit]

Novilon Damesronde van Drenthe[edit]

In September 2015 it was announced that the race would not continue in 2016.[1] The name of the race had over the years different names

  • 2004-2007: Novilon Internationale Damesronde van Drenthe
  • 2008-2011: Novilon Eurocup Ronde van Drenthe
  • 2012: Novilon Euregio Cup
  • 2014–2015: Novilon EDR Cup
Year First Second Third
1998 Germany Viola Paulitz-Müller Belgium Vanja Vonckx Netherlands Arenda Grimberg
1999 Netherlands Leontien van Moorsel Netherlands Mirjam Melchers France Catherine Marsal
2000 Sweden Madeleine Lindberg Netherlands Marielle van Scheppingen-Romme United Kingdom Ceris Gilfillan
2002 Netherlands Leontien van Moorsel Netherlands Chantal Beltman Germany Tanja Hennes
2003 Netherlands Mirjam Melchers Netherlands Ghita Beltman United Kingdom Rachel Heal
2004 Netherlands Sissy van Alebeek Netherlands Kirsten Wild Netherlands Sharon van Essen
2005 Netherlands Suzanne de Goede Denmark Linda Villumsen Germany Judith Arndt
2006 Netherlands Loes Markerink Germany Trixi Worrack Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2007 Italy Giorgia Bronzini Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
2008 United States Kristin Armstrong Netherlands Regina Bruins Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2009 Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Trixi Worrack Sweden Emma Johansson
2010 Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2011 Netherlands Suzanne de Goede Germany Marlen Joehrend Netherlands Natalie van Gogh
2012 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Marta Bastianelli United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead
2013 Not held
2014 Netherlands Kirsten Wild United States Shelley Olds Sweden Emma Johansson
2015 Netherlands Kirsten Wild Australia Chloe Hosking United Kingdom Christine Majerus

Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo / Acht van Westerveld[edit]

Year First Second Third
2007 Germany Regina Schleiger Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
2008 Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Germany Regina Schleiger Netherlands Rochelle Gilmore
2009 Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Germany Regina Schleiger Netherlands Kirsten Wild
2010 Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten
2011 Netherlands Marianne Vos United States Shelley Olds Sweden Emma Johansson
2012 Australia Chloe Hosking Italy Giorgia Bronzini Netherlands Marianne Vos
2013 Netherlands Marianne Vos Italy Giorgia Bronzini Sweden Emma Johansson
2014 Netherlands Chantal Blaak United Kingdom Lucy Garner United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead
2015 Italy Giorgia Bronzini Italy Valentina Scandolara Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten
2016 Canada Leah Kirchmann Luxembourg Christine Majerus Netherlands Anouska Koster
2017 Australia Chloe Hosking Belgium Lotte Kopecky Denmark Amalie Dideriksen
2018 United States Alexis Ryan Belgium Jolien D'Hoore Australia Chloe Hosking
2019 France Audrey Cordon-Ragot Netherlands Amy Pieters Italy Marta Bastianelli

Ronde van Drenthe[edit]

The Ronde van Drenthe is held in a flat part of the Netherlands but the course does have one main difficulty - the 'VAM-berg'. The hill is a man-made berg, the result of a landfill, and the route up this 750m long ascent is narrow and kicks up to over 20% grade. The women hit the VAM-berg three times, and for extra fun will have sprint bonuses at the top. To make the flat route even more challenging, the course has several intermediate sprints and a few cobbled sectors.

Year First Second Third
2007 Netherlands Adrie Visser France Élodie Touffet Netherlands Marianne Vos
2008 Netherlands Chantal Beltman Netherlands Marianne Vos Germany Ina-Yoko Teutenberg
2009 Sweden Emma Johansson Netherlands Loes Gunnewijk Netherlands Chantal Blaak
2010 Netherlands Loes Gunnewijk Netherlands Annemiek van Vleuten Italy Giorgia Bronzini
2011 Netherlands Marianne Vos Netherlands Kirsten Wild Italy Giorgia Bronzini
2012 Netherlands Marianne Vos Netherlands Kirsten Wild Sweden Emma Johansson
2013 Netherlands Marianne Vos Netherlands Ellen van Dijk Sweden Emma Johansson
2014 United Kingdom Lizzie Armitstead Netherlands Anna van der Breggen United States Shelley Olds
2015 Belgium Jolien D'Hoore Netherlands Amy Pieters Netherlands Ellen van Dijk
2016 Netherlands Chantal Blaak Australia Gracie Elvin Germany Trixi Worrack
2017 Denmark Amalie Dideriksen Italy Elena Cecchini Netherlands Lucinda Brand
2018 Netherlands Amy Pieters United States Alexis Ryan Australia Chloe Hosking

References[edit]

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