Since her victory a few days ago her name has been blowing up in Google and other news sites. Velonews interviewed Evelyn, here is a snipet
A pro since 2010, the former Wall Street investment banker and collegiate tennis player becomes the second American to win (Lance Armstrong won the men’s edition in 1996) the Belgian classic. Stevens’ Flèche win was the first for an American woman and all-but-assured her a trip to the London Olympics in July. (Currently fifth, she needs to remain in the top-10 of the World Cup rankings through round 4 next month to automatically qualify.)
USA Cycling covered this momental event for women's cycling winning Fleche Wallonne Feminine
For the first time in the race's 15-year history, an American won the La Flèche Wallonne Féminine on Wednesday in Huy, Belgium. Evelyn Stevens (Boulder, Colo./Specialized-lululemon), riding for her trade team, passed Marianne Vos (NED/Rabobank Women Team) on the second and final climb up on the Mur de Huy to win on a chilly and occasionally rainy day in eastern Belgium.
In a race that featured 157 riders from 26 different countries, Stevens became the first American woman to reach the podium of La Flèche Wallonne Féminine, completing the 123-kilometer race in 3:26:32.