Niamh Fisher-Black

Niamh Fisher-Black

Niamh Fisher-Black is an up-and-coming talent who is keen to reach the top. She already won the WorldTour young rider classification in 2021. The New Zealand rider made her first appearance among the world's best riders in the Giro Rosa in 2020, where she amazed everyone with her climbing skills. And in the final stage she managed to finish second. Niamh Fisher-Black shines most in stage races and climbing classics. “We are going to have a lot of fun with her in the mountains. She has a mind of steel,” sporting director Danny Stam says.

Last season, Team SD Worx has been the perfect environment for Niamh, which is pronounced as Neev, to develop. She won the young rider classification of the Vuelta a Burgos, the Ladies Tour of Norway and the Giro Rosa. In Italy she also achieved a place in the top ten of the general classification. Stam: “Niamh now needs to continue that progression. She is a rider that needs attention and need ride a balanced programme. If she doesn't put too much pressure on herself, she will make a lot of progress and really create some fireworks going uphill.” 

Fisher-Black extended her contract with Team SD Worx until 2024. “I am very happy. Success inspires success. This is a very strong team and I'm proud to be part of it. I haven't set any specific goals for myself this season. I mainly want to learn a lot and be able to raise my arms in victory at least once.”

Niamh Fisher-Black

NationalityNew Zealand
Date of birth12/08/2000
BirthplaceNelson
Length1.60 m
Prof since2020
Favorite courseStrade Bianche
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