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Maybe the Ronde and the Amstel in the future, but no Liége or Flèche stuff.Shows what a difference a good team makes. Absolutely on fire now with Trek segafredo, her only opposition right now in sprints is Wiebes.
Be interesting to see if she gets over the hills in the Ardennes(?)
She was already 3rd in BP last year, even if that result came by entering the breakaway. Amstel with the finish shortly after the Cauberg might be too hard for her, but she was already 15th in the RVV last year and is clearly getting better and better.Amstel fits her the best of the hilly classics.
Not to mention the fact that she's also a great track cyclist.It’s starting to feel like “worthy champion” is talking her down. Like “worthy champion” is something you say when Mads Pedersen wins G-W; “this win proves that Mads is a worthy WC.” In Balsamo’s case it’s just a coincidence that her WC happened to be her first really big win, because it looks like she’s going to finish with a load more.
|23.03||2||Classic Brugge-De Panne WE (1.WWT)|
|19.03||2||Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Comune di Cittiglio (1.WWT)|
|15.03||4||Danilith Nokere Koerse WE (1.Pro)|
|11.03||4||Miron Ronde van Drenthe (1.WWT)|
Italians make that kind of show even for a BA degree and you can call yourself doctor with that already...Not racing related, but she graduated - dunno from where, though - and got some pretty nice headwear:
Just to keep it cycling related; impressive she had time to study, while doing this:
23.03 2 Classic Brugge-De Panne WE (1.WWT) 19.03 2 Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Comune di Cittiglio (1.WWT) 15.03 4 Danilith Nokere Koerse WE (1.Pro) 11.03 4 Miron Ronde van Drenthe (1.WWT)
Of course, she was only 68th in GW.