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2019 RCC Awards Gala Nominations
The end of the year is near, which means only one thing: The RCC Awards are back!

To sign off the year in style, Rapha Amsterdam invites you to join our annual end of the year celebration on Thursday 12 December. We will reflect on the year that was and look ahead to the rides and events that await next year.

Just as last years we will host the RCC Awards. The RCC is full of talented and amazing people that shine even brighter when they're on a bike. During the gala we like to take a moment to highlight some of them and give them the spotlight they deserve. The RCC Awards was started as a podium for the achievements of our members, and we would like to continue this tradition by kicking off this year's RCC Awards Gala by asking you to vote for the first round. This round will narrow down the nominations per category, in a later round you will have the chance to vote for your favourites.

The winners of the awards are based on the votes given by your fellow RCC members. Please nominate your favourite RCC member per category via the form below.

Thank you for helping make the RCC Awards a true success!

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Annemiek van Vleuten Award *
Annemiek van Vleuten produced one of the most remarkable rides in the history of cycling to win the Women’s Road Race at the World Championships in Yorkshire after a solo of more than 100 km. Which female RCC member has blown your mind or impressed you the most last year?
Your answer
Mathieu van der Poel Award *
Mathieu van der Poel amazed us all this year with his breathtaking victory at the Amstel Gold Race, showing his true potential on the road as well. Which male RCC member has blown your mind or has impressed you the most last year?
Your answer
Remco Evenepoel Award *
Remco Evenepoel is the youngest rider in the pro peloton and already had a breakout year winning the European TT championship, finishing second at the World TT championship and taking his first Classics victory at Clásica San Sebastián.This award represents the RCC rookie that made the biggest impression on you. In her or his first year within the RCC this person is already completely established within the community.
Your answer
Thomas de Gendt Award *
Thomas de Gendt is known as the breakaway-specialist and most combative rider. This year Thomas rode all three Grand Tours and therefore had the most racing days of 2019. The RCC member to win this award has joined loads of RCC events and rides and is a regular in the clubhouse. This award presents both the urge to ride and the social rider this member is.
Your answer
Thank you very much for your vote!
We will collect all votes and based on the 1st round there will be three nominees per category who received the most votes. During the 2nd round of voting we will ask you to vote on your favourite among the nominees per category. The winners will be presented during the RCC Awards Gala.
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