Dideriksen: I'm not used to winning so much

Amalie Dideriksen (Boels Dolmans) was again the first rider across the line in Friday's stage of the Boels Ladies Tour, raising her arms in celebration for the second day in a row. After her win, the Danish champion said that she moved into the sprinter's role only in the final of the stage as the team originally wanted to give Amy Pieters an opportunity to win.

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Lukas Knöfler started working in cycling communications in 2013 and has seen the inside of the scene from many angles. Having worked as press officer for teams and races and written for several online and print publications, he has been Cyclingnews’ Women’s WorldTour correspondent since 2018.