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On a cold, rainy and dramatic day in Oudenaard, Lidl-Trek's Elisa Longo Borghini won her second Tour of Flanders in a tense sprint against Canyon//SRAM Racing's Kasia Niewiadoma and teammate Shirin van Anrooij. After a powerful van Anrooij attack with 20 km to go, Longo Borghini and Niewiadoma dropped the remaining contenders on the final climb to bridge up to the lead, and the three worked together until the finish line was in sight. All three women race SRAM RED eTap AXS and TIME pedals.

Kasia Niewiadoma and Elisa Longo Borghini race to the finish line at the 2024 Tour of Flanders

All three podium finishers race on SRAM RED eTap AXS groupsets and TIME XPRO pedals with custom bottom plates in team colors. Each chose different gearing combinations for the unforgiving cobbled climbs of Flanders. Elisa, who finished on her spare bike after an early crash, raced on 52/39 chainrings and a Force 10-36 cassette on her Trek Madone. Kasia's Canyon Aeroad featured 48/35 rings and a 10-36 cassette, while Shirin selected 52/39 rings and a tighter 10-33 cassette.

Photos by Getty Sport, Jered and Ashley Gruber, Carlo Anzolin and Sean Hardy