Alena Amialiusik Belarus

Representing her country for her third Olympics, Alena Amialiusik had another stellar season in 2021. The Belarusian rider has been with CANYON//SRAM Racing since its inaugural year in 2016 and showed her strengths continue to place her as one of the top riders in the peloton and a well-respected domestique. Alena won a stage of Lotto Belgium Tour with a perfectly-timed attack, took a top ten in the ITT World Championships and was integral to Elise Chabbey’s Giro d’Italia top ten finish on the general classification.

“At the start of 2021 I thought maybe it will be the time to stop, but during the season I understood I am not ready yet. I’ve had two seasons now without heavy crashes or serious injuries. Being able to regularly train, race, and rest without rushing to come back from broken bones or always feeling like you’re running behind in fitness has been an advantage for me. It’s also given me a fresh and happy head. A sense of calm where I could fully focus on my preparation and racing.”

“I am not ready to leave the place I’m in now. I’m racing strongly, I’m happy, and my job gives me a lot of satisfaction. I was happy with my 2021 season. Finally, I can say I am back to my level where I can compete with the strongest and this gives me even more power and confidence. The win in Belgium was a fresh breeze and makes me hungry for more success.”

Palmares

2022

  • 3rd place stage, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, WWT
  • Most Combative award stage, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, WWT
  • Winners Team classification, Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift, WWT
  • Winner stage – Lotto Belgium Tour
  • 10th ITT World Championships, Belgium
  • 12th Road World Championships, Belgium
  • 8th place – ITT European Road Championships
  • 6th place – Ronde van Vlaanderen, WWT
  • 1st TTT stage – Giro Rosa, WWT
  • 8th place Liége-Bastogne-Liége, WWT
  • 9th place – UCI ITT World Championships in Yorkshire
  • 2nd place – Belarusian national ITT championship
  • 3rd place – Belarusian national road championship
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Time Trial World Championships in Austria
  • Winner – Most Combative Rider Trofeo Alfredo Binda, WWT
  • 2nd stage – Tour de Yorkshire
  • 3rd General Classification – Tour de Yorkshire
  • 1st place – Belarusian national road championships
  • 1st place – Belarusian national TT championships
  • 2nd place – GP Plumelec-Morbihan Dames
  • 2nd place – Classique Morbihan
  • Silver medal – UCI Team Time Trial World Championships in Doha
  • 3rd place – International Philadelphia Cycling Classic, WWT
  • 3rd general classification – Holland Ladies Tour, WWT
  • 3rd general classification – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • Winner points classification – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • Stage win – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • 3rd place – Giro dell’Emilia Internazionale Donne Elite
  • Gold medal – UCI Team Time Trial World Championships in Richmond
  • Winner mountain classification – Holland Ladies Tour
  • 1st place – Winston Salem Cycling Classic
  • Winner general classification – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • Winner points classification – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • Winner mountains classification – Gracia Orlova Tour
  • 3rd place – Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic World Cup
  • 3rd mountain classification – Amgen Tour of California empowered by SRAM
  • 1st place – Belarusian national road championship
  • 1st place – Belarusian national ITT championship
  • Bronze medal – UCI Team Time Trial World Championships in Ponferrada
  • 3rd place – Trofeo Alfredo Binda-Commune di Cittiglio World Cup
  • 1st place – Grand Prix El Salvador
  • 1st place – Belarusian national road championship
  • 1st place – Belarusian national ITT championship
  • 2nd general classification – La Route de France
  • 2 stage wins – Vuelta a El Salvador
  • 2nd general classification – Vuelta a El Salvador
  • Stage win – Tour de l’Ardeche
  • Belarusian National Road and Time Trial Champion
  • 2nd General Classification Vuelta a El Salvador, El Salvador
  • 2nd Grand Prix GSB, El Salvador
  • 3rd General Classification Tour Languedoc Roussillon, France
  • 7th Fleche Wallone World Cup, Belgium
  • 1st place – Belarusian national ITT championship
  • Stage win – La Route de France Feminine
  • 2nd general classification – Tour Féminin en Limousin
  • 1st place – Belarusian national road championship
  • 1st place – Belarusian national ITT championship
  • Silver medal – ITT European Championship

2022

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