Niewiadoma aims to bring winning punch back to Amstel Gold Race

Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM) won the 2019 Amstel Gold Race
Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-SRAM) won the 2019 Amstel Gold Race (Image credit: Getty Images)

Kasia Niewadoma (Canyon-SRAM) would like to mimic last year's race programme when she took an outstanding victory at the Amstel Gold Race Ladies Edition

The Polish all-rounder believes that her ability to sustain high watts on multiple punchy ascents is what give her an edge at the Ardennes Classics. 

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