Women Elite history

1. Netherlands Lorena Wiebes 2. Netherlands Charlotte Kool 3. Italy Chiara Consonni 4. Italy Rachele Barbieri 5. Italy Martina Fidanza 6. Czechia Kristýna Burlová 7. Austria Kathrin Schweinberger 8. Canada Maggie Coles-Lyster 9. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland April Tacey 10. Italy Letizia Paternoster

Results 2023

On the Churchilllaan in Schoten, Lorena Wiebes won the Scheldeprijs for the third time in a row. She was the fastest in the sprint, beating Charlotte Kool and Chiara Consonni.

Edition 2023
1. Netherlands Lorena Wiebes 2. Netherlands Charlotte Kool 3. Italy Chiara Consonni
Edition 2022
1. Netherlands Lorena Wiebes 2. Italy Chiara Consonni 3. Italy Rachele Barbieri
Edition 2021
1. Netherlands Lorena Wiebes 2. Denmark Emma Cecilie Norsgaard 3. Italy Elisa Balsamo

Record holder

In 2021, the women rode their very first edition of the Scheldeprijs. The fast Lorena Wiebes became the first winner in the history of the sprint classic. In 2021, she was the fastest in the bunch sprint in front of Norsgaard and Balsamo. The following year, it was once again the Dutch sprinter who took first prize. This time she was faster than the Italian riders Consonni and Barbieri. Wiebes completed her hat trick in 2023 by beating her compatriot Charlotte Kool on the Churchilllaan in Schoten.

Our heroes

Grown up after 114 years

Finally! As the last of six spring classics of Flanders Classics, the Scheldeprijs got its very first women’s edition this season. This women’s race is a valuable addition to the organization. Calendar problems postponed the birth of the female edition to 2021. Because of the organisation of the first Paris-Roubaix for women, the Dutch stage race, Healthy Ageing Tour, was moved to early March, clearing the way for a fully-fledged Scheldeprijs for women. After barely one edition, the ladies are now indispensable and the Scheldeprijs, after 114 years, is all grown up now!