Kasia Niewiadoma: Anything can happen at Amstel Gold Race

BERG EN TERBLIJT NETHERLANDS APRIL 21 Arrival Katarzyna Niewiadoma of Poland and CanyonSRAM Racing Team Celebration during the 210419 6th Amstel Gold Race 2019 Women Elite 1268km stage a from Maastricht to Berg en Terblijt 127m Amstelgoldrace on April 21 2019 in Berg en Terblijt Netherlands Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo MorenoGetty Images
Amstel Gold Race 2019 winner Kasia Niewiadoma (Image credit: Getty Images)

Kasia Niewiadoma will return to the Amstel Gold Race Ladies Edition to try and defend her title won in 2019. The Canyon-SRAM leader reiterated what it takes to win a race that could be, once again, decided on the final ascent of the Couberg on Sunday.

“To win you have to have a good team, strong legs, a lot of luck, and committed teammates who are not afraid to race. You have to be alert and attentive for the entire course. Anything can happen on those circuits and there are quite a lot of important moments to be ready for, and to create," Niewiadoma said.

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