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KUURNE’24: Wonderful Wout Wows ‘Em!

No surprise: Wout van Aert won the second race of the 'opening weekend' - Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. Visma | Lease a Bike dominated the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne for a double weekend of success. Van Aert, Tim Wellens and Spanish champion, Oier Lazkano, fought for the victory, for Van Aert to put the cream on the Visma cake.

OMLOOP HET NIEUWSBLAD Preview: The First Big Battle of 2024

It feels like the 2024 season started a long time ago in Australia, but the 'real' season only starts with the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. This Saturday, February 24th, the peloton hits the Belgian cobbles and the fans will be out to cheer on their favourites: Wout van Aert, Jasper Philipsen, Christophe Laporte, Arnaud De Lie and many others will do battle in the 'opening weekend'.

PEZ Picks The Top Stars of Cyclo-Cross

All eyes are on cyclo-cross at the moment, but the cross scene has seen 'super stars' before. Many big names from the road have been top men in the mud - Ed Hood takes a look back through cyclo-cross history.

GENT-WEVELGEM’23: Laporte/Van Aert Dominant Double!

Dreadful weather, crashes and a dominant Jumbo-Visma team ruled Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem. With 50 kilometres to go, Wout van Aert and Christophe Laporte rode away from what was left of the decimated peloton. With a lead of 2 minutes with 10 kilometres to go, the win was theirs to share. Laporte took the win, arm in arm with Van Aert.

TOUR’22 Stage 8: Wouterful Van Aert Wins Again!

The stage to the home of the Olympic Committee, Lausanne, was a bit calmer until the final 10 kilometres. Fred Wright was the last man of the break to be caught on the final climb of the Côte du Stade Olympique. In the uphill sprint it was Wout van Aert who took the win ahead of Michael Matthews and the yellow jersey of Tadej Pogačar.

TOUR’22 Stage 4: JUMBO Attacks – Wout Gets His Win!

After his second places on all the stages so far in the 2022 Tour de France, Wout van Aert attacked with just over 11 kilometres to go for a solo win in Calais. The yellow jersey held off the peloton as Jasper Philipsen won the bunch sprint ahead of Van Aert's Jumbo-Visma teammate, Christophe Laporte.