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Małgorzata Jasińska

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Place: Barczewo
Birth: 18/01/1984
Country: POL
Height: 169 Cm
Weight: 58 Kg
Pro debut: 2007
Years in team: 1
Career path:

2018: Movistar Team
2017: Cylance
2012-2016: Cipollini
2011: SC Michela Fanini
2010: System Data
2007-2008: Pol-Aqua

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Małgorzata Jasińska

RADIATES TALENT. A true star doesn’t seek for notoriety – it just shines, in silence. That’s how Małgorzata Jasińska behaves: she’s a top-class rider yet a very humble one; a real leader, yet one who commits to the group’s success; ambitious, but patient. In 2018, she claimed up to 13 top-ten results, some of them in the most prestigious events in the calendar: the World Road Race Championships in Innsbruck (5th), the Ronde van Vlaanderen (6th), Veenendaal (2nd), Lotto Belgium Tour (8th), Plouay (7th). “She’s found such a consistent line of results all season, which we knew she could – but we didn’t expect her to be so strong, ride so well, with the best in the sport,” smiles our women’s team’s DS, Jorge Sanz.

FIVE TIMES CHAMPION. Jasińska has five gold medals to her name at the Polish championships, including four road race titles (2009, 2010, 2015, 2018) and a TT victory last year. She was already 3rd in 2016, and in 2018, she finally conquered the double for the Blues. It was actually in her home country where she obtained all wins from her luxurious 2018 palmarès: the other one was another TT victory at a Polish Cup round in Koziegłowy.

CYCLING FAMILY. Her father, Janusz, was her coach for many years; her sister, Beata, was a strong competitor in their native Poland and has become a crucial psychological support for her; and her brother, Marcin, was also a cyclist and now continues being a part of this world in commercial affairs. All of them have played a big share on the passion for bikes of ‘Jasi’, the nickname she’s known by both her team-mates and colleagues in the bunch.

 Holder of a Degree in Pedagogy and Special Education at the Warmia and Masuria University in Olzstyn, 20km from her home Barczewo in norhtern Poland, this affable, humble woman transforms into a courageous, adventurer character when she gets on his bike. It was that same spirit which led her to move into Italy to race as a professional from 2010 to 2016, before joining the American outfit Cylance in 2017.

 Well before cutting a usual figure in the Italian peloton, she was part of a local squad, the Pol-Aqua team from Poland, with which she rode in Spain for the first time many years before joining the Movistar Team. In March 2007, she even got a victory in the Spanish Cup: the Gran Premio Femenino in Callosa (Alicante). Who would have thought she would end up joining a local team?

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Palmares

12 Victories as professional

1st Campeonato de Polonia Línea 2018
1st Campeonato de Polonia CRI 2018
1st Copa de Polonia CRI / Koziegłowy 2018
1st GP San Luis 2016
1st Giro della Toscana 2015
1st (2nd stage) Giro della Toscana 2015
1st Campeonato de Polonia Línea 2015
1st (2nd stage) Giro della Toscana 2014
1st Giro della Toscana 2012
1st (2nd stage) Giro della Toscana 2012
1st Campeonato de Polonia Línea 2010
1st Campeonato de Polonia Línea 2009
1st Dzierzoniów 2008
1st Copa de España de Callosa 2007
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Results
2019

48 Days of Racing
5055.3 Km covered

2nd Polish TT Championship
4th (8th stage) Giro Rosa
5th Polish RR Championships
7th Le Samyn
9th The Women's Tour
12th Emakumeen Nafarroako Klasikoa
12th (5th stage) The Women's Tour
14th (3rd stage) The Women's Tour
15th Trofeo Alfredo Binda
15th European Games ITT
17th (6th stage) The Women's Tour
18th (2nd stage) The Women's Tour
18th (4th stage) The Women's Tour
20th Ronde van Drenthe
22th (1st stage) Madrid Challenge
23th (2nd stage) Giro Rosa
24th (5th stage) Boels Ladies Tour
24th Liège-Bastogne-Liège
29th Omloop van het Hageland
33th Strade Bianche
33th La Course
34th Emakumeen Bira
36th (4th stage) Emakumeen Bira
37th (3rd stage) Emakumeen Bira
37th Clásica San Sebastián
38th European Games RR
39th (10th stage) Giro Rosa
39th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
39th (3rd stage) Boels Ladies Tour
39th (6th stage) Boels Ladies Tour
41th (7th stage) Giro Rosa
42th (2nd stage) Boels Ladies Tour
43th (2nd stage) Emakumeen Bira
43th Boels Ladies Tour
44th (1st stage) Emakumeen Bira
47th (1st stage) The Women's Tour
48th Amstel Gold Race
49th Giro Rosa
53th (4th stage) Giro Rosa
53th Nokere Koerse
54th GP Plouay
57th (3rd stage) Giro Rosa
61th (5th stage) Giro Rosa
64th Clásica Femenina Navarra
68th (1st stage) Boels Ladies Tour
69th (4th stage) Boels Ladies Tour
77th Flèche Wallonne
85th (9th stage) Giro Rosa
122th (6th stage) Giro Rosa
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