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Walmart Joe Martin Stage Race Boasts Largest Ever Pro Women’s Field for the 46th Edition

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (April 7, 2023) – Organizers of the Walmart Joe Martin Stage Race announced today the largest women’s field in the 46-year history of the race. As of April 7, there are 36 confirmed teams, split equally between the women’s and men’s fields. The previous largest women’s field was 17 teams in 2016.

The race will include two road stages, an individual time trial, and a criterium in downtown Fayetteville. A complete schedule is available here.

Top women’s teams include:

Amy D. Foundation
DNA Pro Cycling
L39ION of Los Angeles
Miami Nights
Virginia’s Blue Ridge Twenty24
Roxo Racing
Denver Disruptors

Top men’s teams include:

L39GION of Los Angeles
Miami Nights
Novo Nordisk Development
Toronto Hustle
Denver Disruptors

Bruce Dunn, CEO of All Sports Productions said: “The level of competition we have competing in this year’s Walmart Joe Martin Stage Race professional races brings a great deal of excitement for everyone involved. We are incredibly grateful that so many professional teams and riders are choosing to come to Fayetteville in 2023 to compete in the Walmart Joe Martin Stage Race. We have held the professional race for 20 years and, from the beginning, have always had both a women and men’s pro field, so it’s very gratifying to see participation in the women’s race reach such a historically high level. Professional road racing in the United States is thriving and growing and we are ready to welcome incredibly strong fields for both the men’s and women’s races.”

Past winners returning and other notable entries for the 2023 race include:

  • Sergio Henao – 2017 Paris-Nice winner, two-time Colombian Road champion, 2013 Giro d’Italia stage winner.
  • Jonathan Clarke of Australia – 2022 WJMSR men’s overall winner, 2019 Tour de Taiwan overall winner.
  • Skylar Schneider – 2021 WJMSR women’s overall winner, 2016 Silver Medalist – UCI Jr. World Championship Road Race & former World Tour rider.
  • Tyler Williams – 2021 WJMSR men’s overall winner.

The event is produced by All Sports Productions, a Fayetteville, Arkansas based event production company. Information on all the events being produced by All Sports Productions in 2023 is available at: www.allsportsproductionsinc.com

All Sports Productions

All Sports ProductionsThe Joe Martin Stage Race is an All Sports Productions event. All Sports Productions promotes cycling, running, duathlons, triathlons, adventure runs and other outdoor events. Our goal is to produce races at the highest standards which are locally, regionally and nationally recognized events with a festival-like atmosphere.

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Contact Us

  • All Sports Productions:
    Bruce Dunn
    1629 S. River Meadows Dr.
    Fayetteville, AR 72701
    Tel: 479-521-7766
    Email: Email Bruce
  • Volunteer Coordinator:
    Summer Johnson
    Tel: 479-981-1157
    Email: Email Summer
  • Registration Coordinator:
    Caroline Hardin
    Tel: 479-521-7766
    Email: Email Caroline