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Did Wout Really Win Amstel? The Evidence

I believe the photo finish camera was incorrectly placed during the Amstel Gold race, which lead to the longer than usual time to confirm the race winner from the photo finish. I am reaching out to a number of contacts with my evidence, but if you are able to please pass this on to Tom, Ineos, race organisers, I believe Tom may have in fact been the winner and that an investigation should take place.

AMSTEL Breakdown: By A Tire’s Width

Race Breakdown: The Amstel Gold Race came down to the closest of finishes, but there was so much more to the Dutch Classic. Spencer Martin gives us his 'Race Breakdown' on one of the most exciting final half hour of racing this season... And that finish line decision.

AMSTEL’21: Wout Pips Pidcock In Photo Finish

At the end of a most exciting Amstel Gold Race the decision came down to the photograph on the line... After much deliberation the win went to Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) over Tom Pidcock (INEOS Grenadiers) after they made the winning break with Maximilian Schachmann of (BORA-hansgrohe). It was close, very close - 0.004 seconds, four-thousandths of a second.

AMSTEL’21: Who Will Take the Beer?

Holland's only one-day Classic was cancelled in 2020 and nearly didn't happen this year, but with a closed circuit and no fans, the Amstel Gold Race will go ahead this Sunday. Ed Hood gives us his 'lowdown' on the race and the likely 'Top Men' for the Dutch Golden Race.

FLANDERS Breakdown: Kasper Crushes on the Kwaremont!

The Tour of Flanders came up to all expectations, but 'The Big Three' of Mathieu van der Poel, Wout van Aert and World champion Julian Alaphilippe were usurped by Danish champion, Kasper Asgreen. Spencer Martin breaks down Sunday's De Ronde pedal stroke by pedal stroke.

FLANDERS’21: All Green for Asgreen!

Kasper Asgreen won the 105th edition of the Tour of Flanders. The Deceuninck - Quick-Step Dane surprisingly beat defending champion Mathieu van der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) in the final sprint - Man-against-man. Greg Van Avermaet (AG2R Citroën) was third.