News - 09/04 - 14:14

Paris-Roubaix in mourning

Yesterday evening, with great sadness the organisers of Paris-Roubaix learned of the death of the Véranda’s Willems Crelan team rider Michael Goolaerts. The life of the young Belgian, who suffered a heart failure after approximately one hundred kilometres of the race, could not be saved following his transfer to hospital in the city of Lille. At the age of 23 years,...

Interview - 08/04 - 18:49

Peter Sagan: "I've won the three races I dreamt of"


Peter Sagan added during the press conference: “The key for my success is that I went away alone. I caught the occasion on the right moment. It was a good decision. We had a tail wind, I could set my own tempo and keep it constant. I thought if my rivals would come across to me it would ok as well. Fortunately, it didn’t happen....

Interview - 08/04 - 18:24

Niki Terpstra: "Sagan was just too strong"


“We did a pretty good race but Peter [Sagan] made a very good attack at the right moment. It’s impossible to be 257km at the front. We have avoided crashes for a while as we knew that the first cobbled sections were muddy but we were not at the front at the moment of Sagan’s attack. It’s not only Quick Step that makes...

Interview - 08/04 - 18:18

Silvan Dillier: "I raced against a devil and an angel"


“I’ve been training at Gran Canaria with 41 hours of riding in seven days. So I had the foundations for the classics. Unfortunately, I broke a finger at Strade Bianche five weeks ago. I didn’t think I’d come back on the cobbles this season but I got selected at the last moment and I’m very happy to have come to...

Interview - 08/04 - 17:36

Peter Sagan: "I've done my best"


“It’s amazing to win Paris-Roubaix. I’m tired after this race but not as tired as in previous years when I didn’t win it for some reasons. I have to say that I was not involved in any crash or puncture or any kind of mechanical this time, so I could save some energy for the finale. I attacked at the right moment and I...

The stage film - 08/04 - 17:29

Sagan makes the rainbow shine again after 37 years

Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) became the first reigning world champion to win Paris-Roubaix since Bernard Hinault in 1981. He won a two-man sprint on the velodrome against Swiss national champion Silvan Dillier of AG2R-La Mondiale after he countered the successive initiatives...

Newsflashes - 08/04 - 17:15

Top 5

1. Peter Sagan

2. Silvan Dillier

3. Niki Terpstra

4. Greg Van Avermaet

5. Jasper Stuyven

Newsflashes - 08/04 - 17:13

Terpstra alone

Terpstra goes away solo from the Van Avermaet group.

Newsflashes - 08/04 - 17:13

Sagan wins Paris-Roubaix

Peter Sagan beats Silvan Dillier and wins the 116th Paris-Roubaix. Terpstra is third.

Newsflashes - 08/04 - 17:12

2km to go

2km to go, Sagan and Dillier keep swapping turns

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