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Cyclocross24.com Apr 24
Mathieu van der Poel has uploaded his activity of the Amstel Gold Race on Strava. ➡️ Last kilometer: ⏱️Time: 1:07 🌪️ Max Speed: 66.2 🌪️ Avg Speed: 58.1 💪 Max Power: 1400 💪 Avg Power: 611 ❤️ Max HR: 197 ❤️ Avg HR: 190
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Velon CC Apr 22
One of the most remarkable finishes to a bike race you will ever see. drags himself back into contention + powers past his rivals on the home straight. Epic. 🇳🇱🏆
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RiksRedGuard Apr 21
I just want to say that this Spring season has been the perfect antidote to that debilitating illness, "TourdeFranceitis" that affects cycling. No wheel sucking, no stemstaring, no powemeter love, just real, old-time racing. What a breath of fresh air!
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Strava Apr 24
When you burn all your matches but somehow still manage to start a fire! It was a breathtaking victory for at the . No secrets, just pure grit, heart and talent. See all the stats behind his ride: 📸
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EF Pro Cycling Apr 21
Read all about the thrilling finale from the perspective of second-place finisher . Simon says: “It’s my first podium in a Classic. It’s definitely up there with my career-best results.” More 👇
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EF Pro Cycling Apr 21
“I wasn’t aware everything was close together until I saw everyone in front of me with just over a kilometer to go. It was pretty crazy. And pretty motivating. I knew Van der Poel was the fastest guy, so I got his wheel.” - , second at
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EF Pro Cycling Apr 21
Missed earlier today? Read up on the dramatic finale that will have people talking allllll season long. “Van der Poel is flying at the moment. I’m pretty happy to come second to him.” -
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pro cycling trumps Apr 21
Like father, like son 🏆🏆 29 years to the day winning Amstel Gold Race 🧡
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Deceuninck-QuickStep Apr 21
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Laura Meseguer Apr 21
Like father like son. Adrie Van der Poel winning Amstel Gold Race 1990. Mathieu Van der Poel winning 2019
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Deceuninck-QuickStep Apr 21
. and sports director gave their thoughts on an action-packed edition of : Photo:
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midge Apr 22
Have we all recovered from ? Hope so because t's time for one my fav races - and hence my fav gif. You all know what I mean...be there, you won't regret it.
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The Road Book Apr 22
After finishing in the top 50 of every race he’s ridden, 227 times in a row, over a period of 2 years 348 days, Valverde’s run of results is over. He finished 65th at Amstel Gold.
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Juan Jose Botero Apr 21
Few words needed. Cycling is inspiration. you have my complete admiration. Simply, Thank You.
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John Galloway Apr 21
Skye's face as she contemplates the finish.
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Team INEOS Apr 21
RACE REVIEW: "The opportunity was there to win the race. The condition was there and I'm looking forward to Fleche and Liege." Hear describe his attack and a thrilling finish to
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LittleJamesArnold Apr 23
🏆 Congratulations to for winning 2019 🏆 What a ride! What a finish!
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niels berthelsen Apr 21
Seeing bridging the gap with 15 riders on his Wheel to catch Kwiato, Fuglesang and Alaphillipe with 200 to go and then own EVERYONE in the sprint Arise on the 1 day of easter Mathieu, you’re Cycling Jesus and we love you for it!
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ednl 🇪🇺 Apr 23
organisation will use this as evidence: the time gaps were good & real!!1 (just not to who the team directors thought). By
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Alessio Brancaccio 10h
Replying to @bralex84
uno dei più grandi sportivi kazaki di sempre. Professionista dal 1998 al 2012, si è aggiudicato una , un , due e un', oltre ad un oro e un argento olimpici e a due bronzi mondiali.
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