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14 May 2021 19:33
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Cycling

    Strong performances in the peloton from Kiwi domestiques in the Amstel Gold men's and women's cycle races in the Netherlands

    Strong performances in the peloton from Kiwi domestiques in the Amstel Gold men's and women's cycle races in the Netherlands


    Jumbo Visma's Wout van Aert has taken out the men's 217-kilometre race - Dion Smith and Jack Bauer finished 49th and 82nd respectively, after helping team-mate Michael Matthews to fourth.

    It was double delight for Jumbo Visma with Marianne Vos winning the women's 116-kilometre race - Niamh Fisher-Black finished 12th, nine seconds off the pace, with Mikayla Harvey 47th and Georgia Williams 75th.

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