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Belgian champion Lotte Kopecky to join SD Worx for 2022

Highly promising Belgian champion Lotte Kopecky will join the world’s best women’s team, SD Worx in January. The 25-year-old has signed with the squad for three years, taking her to the end of the 2024 season, and is part of the team’s restructuring ahead of the retirement of some key riders, including world champion Anna van der Breggen, at the end of this season.
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Lotte Kopecky signs for SD Worx through 2024

Lotte Kopecky, one of the most impressive and consistent riders of the 2020 and 2021 season, will join the powerhouse SD Worx team in 2022. While racing for Liv Racing in 2021 Kopecky won Le Samyn des Dames and a stage of the LOTTO Thüringen Ladies Tour. She was also second at Gent-Wevelgem, fourth at the Oxyclean Classic Brugge-De Panne, and fourth at the opening classic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Although Kopecky has been racing since 2013, where she competed in the World Championships as a junior, 2020 was the first year she consistently impressed on a WorldTour level, winning both the road race and ITT at the Belgian National Championships, a stage of the Giro Rosa, and placing third in the Tour of Flanders.
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Le Samyn des Dames: Lotte Kopecky delivers sprint victory

Lotte Kopecky (Liv Racing) produced a well-timed sprint to surge to victory Tuesday in Le Samyn des Dames in Belgium. Movistar set up Emma Cecilie Norsgaard for the reduced bunch sprint, and the Danish national champion pounced early only to see Kopecky pass her in the final meters to claim her first victory in 2021. Chloe Hosking (Trek-Segafredo) crossed the line third.
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Lotte Kopecky wins Le Samyn Dames

Lotte Kopecky is picking up where she left off in 2020, the Belgian national champion secured her first victory of the new season at Le Samyn Dames. Liv Racing timed their lead out perfectly guiding Kopecky to the line ahead of Emma Norsgaard (Movistar) and Chloe Hosking (Trek-Segafredo). How it...