Amalie Dideriksen joined Trek-Segafredo in 2021 after six years with the Boels-Dolmans team. The 25-year-old Dane has enjoyed great success on road and track and represented Denmark at the Toyko Olympics, winning the silver medal in the women's Madison. Amalie's biggest career victory was winning the 2016 World Championship road race in Qatar. She has also won Ronde van Drenthe, three stages in the Boels Ladies Tour, and one stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour. Last year Amalie won the Danish National road championship for the fifth time. Her prowess for sprinting gives her the ability to win from breakaways and at the end of long, hard races. Amalie is ready to refind the podium after a frustrating few seasons.

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Tell us about your greatest cycling achievement.

Becoming World Champion in 2016. It was a team result and my best day on a bike ever. A day I will never forget.

What’s one of your favorite memories from the past year?

The silver medal in the Madison at the Tokyo Olympics.

If you could visit anywhere in the world you’ve never been, where would you go, and why?

Antarctica. It is the only continent I haven’t visited, and the nature seems beautiful.