Arkéa-B&B Hotels


New Zealand

Born in Te Awamutu

Pro since 2020

Michaela Drummond, the first New Zealander to join the ARKEA-B&B HOTELS Women's team, will be the team's sprinter in 2024. Trained at track school, which she still practices, she has a particular appetite for team pursuit, a discipline that could open the door to the Paris Olympic Games for her with the Kiwi national team. Michaela Drummond has already put her speed to good use on the road, winning the 2nd stage of the Tour International de l'Ardèche in 2023 with consummate skill.

Track record1 wins

DateResultRaceUCI points
07/0719🇵🇹 Volta a Portugal Feminina - Cofidis (2.2)0
06/0958🇪🇸 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya Femenina (2.1)0
05/2431🇫🇷 Bretagne Ladies Tour (2.1)0
05/0315🇫🇷 La Classique Morbihan (1.1)5
04/1794🇧🇪 La Flèche Wallonne Féminine (1.WWT)0
04/14DNF🇫🇷 Grand Prix Féminin de Chambéry (1.1)0
04/031🇫🇷 Région Pays de la Loire Tour - Féminin (1.2)40
03/311006🇧🇪 Ronde van Vlaanderen - Tour des Flandres WE (1.WWT)0
03/2777🇧🇪 Dwars door Vlaanderen - A travers la Flandre WE (1.Pro)0
03/2465🇧🇪 Gent-Wevelgem In Flanders Fields WE (1.WWT)0
01/205🇳🇿 Gravel and Tar La Femme (1.2)15


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