Kasia Niewiadoma Poland

With finishing second in the general classification at the Giro Rosa in 2020, Kasia achieved one of the biggest successes of her career.

“I was super happy as I didn’t expect that result going into the Giro Rosa. It wasn’t my goal to go for the GC so it gave me even more satisfaction to achieve that. In previous years I’ve thought about the GC but then I’ve usually ended up disappointed, so I went in just wanting to race and do my best. I was so proud of my teammates because they did an amazing job, starting with the team time trial and until the very last pedal stroke on stage nine.”

2021 will be Kasia’s fourth year with CANYON//SRAM Racing, and she has already extended her contract through to 2024.

“I like to set goals, but not just for my cycling career. My personal goals are aimed at being a better person especially for the people around me: be more positive, loving, understanding, calm and helpful. I set a lot of small goals that I know will help me take better care of my body and mind: committing to doing yoga regularly and getting physiotherapy treatment twice a week. My cycling goals are to improve in details: my nutrition, my sprinting abilities and my suffer level. My race goals: Strade Bianche and Tokyo Olympics.”

Palmares

2021

  • 2nd place – La Fléche Wallonne, WWT
  • 2nd place – Dwars Door Vlaanderen
  • 4th place –  Liège-Bastogne-Liége, WWT
  • 4th place – Trofeo Alfredo Binda – Comune di Cittiglio, WWT
  • 2nd place stage – Vuelta a Burgos, WWT
  • 4th place – Durango-Durango Labor Kutzka Emakumeen Bira
  • 9th place – Strade Bianche, WWT
  • 10th place – Amstel Gold, WWT
  • 10th general classification, Vuelta a Burgos, WWT
  • 2nd general classification – Giro Rosa, WWT
  • 3rd points classification – Giro Rosa, WWT
  • Two times 3rd on a stage – Giro Rosa, WWT
  • 4th place – La Course by Le Tour de France, WWT
  • Bronze medal – European road championship
  • 10th place – La Fléche Wallonne WWT
  • 7th place – UCI road world championship in Imola
  • 1st – Amstel Gold Ladies Race, WWT
  • Winner stage – OVO Energy Women’s Tour, WWT
  • Winner mountains classification – OVO Energy Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 2nd general classification, OVO Energy Women’s Tour, WWT
  • TTT stage win, Giro Rosa, WWT
  • 3rd place – Strade Bianche, WWT
  • 6th place – Trofeo Binda-Comune di Cittiglio, WWT
  • 6th place – Ronde van Vlaanderen, WWT
  • 6th place – Fléche Wallonne Femmes, WWT
  • 8th place – Liége-Bastogne-Liége, WWT
  • 4th general classification – Ladies Tour of Norway, WWT
  • 5th stage – Ladies Tour of Norway, WWT
  • 1st place – Trofeo Alfredo Binda, WWT
  • 2nd place – Strade Bianche, WWT
  • 3rd stage – Amgen Tour of California empowered with SRAM, WWT
  • 3rd general classification – Amgen Tour of California empowered with SRAM, WWT
  • 2nd mountains classification – OVO Energy Women’s Tour, WWT
  • 3rd stage – Giro Rosa, WWT
  • Winner general classification – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • Winner combined classification – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • Winner mountains classification – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • Winner stage – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • 2nd stage – Tour de l’Ardéche
  • Winner general classification – OVO Energy Women’s Tour
  • Winner stage – OVO Energy Women’s Tour
  • 3rd place – Amstel Gold Ladies Race
  • 3rd place – La Fleche Wallonne
  • 3rd place – Liege-Bastogne-Liege
  • 3rd place – Strade Bianche
  • 6th general classification – Giro d’Italia Internazionale Femminile
  • 5th place – UCI Road World Championship in Bergen
  • 1st place – Ronde van Gelderland
  • 2nd place – Strade Bianche
  • Winner stage – Festival Elsy Jacobs
  • Winner general classification – Festival Elsy Jacobs
  • Winner youth classification – Festival Elsy Jacobs
  • Winner stage – Giro del Trentino
  • Winner general classification – Giro del Trentino
  • Winner youth classification – Giro del Trentino
  • Winner mountain classification – Giro del Trentino
  • 2nd points classification – Giro del Trentino
  • 1st – Poland national road championship
  • 1st – Poland national ITT championship
  • Winner youth classification – Giro d’Italia Femminile
  • Winner stage – Boels Rental Ladies Tour
  • Winner points classification – Boels Rental Ladies Tour
  • Winner youth classification – Boels Rental Ladies Tour
  • Silver medal – European road championship

TEAM 2021

With fourteen riders from nine different countries, CANYON//SRAM Racing is the home of a diverse group of highly ambitious women who are willing to invest in their future and the future of cycling by breaking new grounds and constantly challenging themselves and their competitors.

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