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Scroll through to see a collection of images of Koppenbergcross shot by Balint Hamvas of Cyclephotos.
The two American Katies share some start line smiles.
Anna Kay is emerging as a player on the international stage this season.
Eva Lechner and Alice Arzuffi led the charge up the opening climb of the Koppenberg.
The Italian duo of Lechner and Arzuffi tested the legs of the field after a rapid opening climb.
Alice Arzuffi of the deeply talented 777 team.
Ceylin Del Carmen Alvarado never is one of the many young stars of cycling challenging the status quo.
Katie Keough has been a consistent strong finisher this season.
Former professional cyclist Luke Keough watches from the pits as his wife Katie Keough works her way through the field.
European Champion Annemarie Worst kept pressure on Yara Kastelijn all day, but could not close the gap.
Yara Kastelijn was flawless from start to finish in Oudenaarde.
Katie Keough raced all the way to the line to secure fifth place. Dismounting after an end of race sprint up the Koppenberg is never an easy maneuver.
What is an agricultural field 364 days a year gives way to large crowds, DJs and VIP structures when Koppenbergcross comes to town.
Cold and damp conditions only attract fans in Belgium.
The men's race featured shoulder to shoulder racing from Eli Iserbyt and Tom Pidcock.
Young fans watch Belgiums newest elite cyclocross star.
Eli Iserbyt looks further down the course.
Tom Meeusen fought to sixth place on the Koppenberg.
Tom Pidcock continues to build on his form following a devastating late season crash on the road.
Pidcock was dominant on the slippery descents.
Iserbyt overcame a late race mechanical proving to have the strongest legs on the day.