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On the last weekend in March, at Gent-Wevelgem, Jumbo-Visma completed an impressive double, winning the women’s race with Marianne Vos and the men’s with Wout van Aert. Fast forward to this past weekend, and it was exactly the same story at the Amstel Gold Race.
For Vos, winning Amstel Gold Race was a chance to fill an increasingly rare gap in her expansive trophy cabinet. For Van Aert, it was something of a relief after a bunch of just-abouts at one-day races in recent months. For Jumbo-Visma as a whole, it was the perfect day: two victories in the Dutch team’s home race.
Thankfully for those of us watching on from afar, Rhode Van Elsen was there shooting the women’s race, and Kristof Ramon was at the men’s race. Head on down the page to see their wonderful photos.
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