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Alice Barnes is celebrating after becoming a double national cycling champion.
The 23-year-old from Northamptonshire completed her double during the women’s road race – 83.5 miles around the Norfolk countryside on Sunday.
The Canyon SRAM rider had already won the time trial on Thursday - wresting it away from reigning champ and big sister Hannah - at the start of the four day Great British Festival of Cycling.
She's the first woman to complete the feat since Norwich cyclist Emma Pooley achieved the double in 2010.
Speaking after the race to British Cycling, he admitted her success hadn't quite sunk in.