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2001 Amstel Gold Race (World Cup)

36th Edition: Saturday, April 28, 2001

Complete Amstel Gold Race podium history | 2002 edition | 2000 edition |

Maastricht - Maastricht, Netherlands
257 km, 38.265 km/hr
190 starters, 37 classified finishers

Lance Armstrong was disqualified, there is no second place.

Erik Dekkker wins 2001 Amsstel Gold Race

Complete Results:

1 Erik Dekker (Rabobank)  6hr 39min 13sec
2 Lance Armstrong (US Postal )  @ same time
3 Serge Baguet (Lotto)  @ 17 seconds
4 Markus Zberg (Rabobank) 
5 Johan Museeuw (Domo) 
6 Peter Van Petegem (Mercury - Viatel)  20"
7 Michele Bartoli (Mapei - Quick Step) 
8 Davide Rebellin (Liquigas) 
9 Michael Boogerd (Rabobank) 
10 Chris Peers (Cofidis) 
11 Eddy Mazzoleni (Tacconi Sport)  23"
12 Marc Lotz (Rabobank)  2'08"
13 Wilfried Peeters (Domo)  2'38"
14 Oscar Camenzind (Lampre - Daikin)  2'41"
15 Igor Astarloa Askasibar (Mercatone Uno) 
16 Gianluca Bortolami (Tacconi Sport) 
17 Andrei Tchmil (Lotto) 
18 Scott Sunderland (Fakta) 
19 Michael Blaudzun (CSC - Tiscali) 
20 Davide Casarotto (Alessio) 
21 Cédric Vasseur (US Postal ) 
22 Christian Vandevelde (US Postal ) 
23 Maarten Den Bakker (Rabobank) 
24 Fernando Escartin Coti (Coast - Buffalo) 
25 Alexander Vinokourov (Telekom) 
26 Niki Aebersold (Coast - Buffalo)  3'33"
27 Luca Paolini (Mapei - Quick Step)  5'42"
28 Armin Meier (Team Saeco) 
29 Ellis Rastelli (Liquigas) 
30 Ivan Basso (Fassa Bortolo) 
31 Karsten Kroon (Rabobank)  9'14"
32 Pietro Caucchioli (Alessio) 
33 Gian Mario Ortenzi (Mercatone Uno) 
34 George Hincapie (US Postal ) 
35 Matthias Kessler (Telekom) 
36 Fred Rodriguez (Domo)