Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
There were rainy conditions over Houffalize for the women’s edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
American Tayler Wiles used clear lenses for an overcast day at Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Lucy Kennedy led the women’s peloton over a climb. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
It was cold and wet at the start of the men’s race too. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Adam Yates was well-protected from the elements. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
This tunnel was a brief respite from the rain. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Jakob Fuglsang (far left) and Julian Alaphilippe (second from left) were two riders to watch at Liege. Photo: Nico Vereecken-Pool/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Riders from Deceuninck-Quick-Step were on the front. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
A few fans were out to watch the women’s race with their rain gear. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Juliette Labous peeled off her gloves. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Chantal Blaak was in the thick of it. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Fans lined the Côte de Saint-Roch, an iconic spot on the hilly route. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
A fan’s perspective of the race. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Lizzie Deignan grabbed a bottle and a gel in the feed zone as the sun began to peek through. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Annemiek van Vleuten attacked on the Côte de la Redoute. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Van Vleuten quickly opened up a 20 second gap. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Lizzie Deignan tried to chase. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Russian climber Ilnur Zakarin stayed tucked in the group. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Winner Anacona led a small breakaway. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Lizzie Deignan gave it her all but could not catch van Vleuten. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Once she attacked van Vleuten never looked back. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Van Vleuten held on for a solo victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, her first Ardennes classic victory. Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Tim Wellens attacked the group late in the race. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Canadian Michael Woods got into the chase with Tim Wellens. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Solo off the front after dropping Woods and Davide Formolo, Jakob Fuglsang took some risks on the final descent. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Jakob Fuglsang attacked the final climb of the day to ride solo to victory at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the biggest result of his career. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images
Liege - Bastogne - Liege 2019
Jakob Fuglsang was on great form all spring and finally got his big win at Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Photo: Tim de Waele/Getty Images