Interview - 17/04 - 18:45

Stefan Küng: “I owe my teammates a beer”

It was a really hard and tactical race today. To react all the time was not easy. I had had to stop for a nature break and that’s why I was behind when the peloton split after 47k. By the time the group were organised to chase, the first bunch had a minute over us. After going through all that happened today, it is nice to be at least on the podium. This is a big achievement...

Interview - 17/04 - 18:38

Wout van Aert: “It was a big surprise to feel this good on the race”

I am not disappointed to be the runner-up because it was a big surprise to feel this good on the race. In the final, Stefan [Küng] and I could drop the other favourites and catch most of the people up the road… yet Dylan [van Baarle] kept putting time into us, so I guess he was the strongest today. I’m very happy to be on the podium.

After the race it...

Interview - 17/04 - 18:32

Dylan van Baarle: “I felt I was the strongest”

I am still buzzing with my performance today. The feeling when I came to the Velodrome was just amazing – I can’t put it into words. I had never experienced what it was like to be the first guy here. I knew the feeling of being the last guy, though, as I was OOT last year. I got goosebumps when I saw Dave [Brailsford, Ineos Grenadiers’ Team Principal] on the...

The stage film - 17/04 - 17:24

Van Baarle seals first Roubaix victory for Ineos Grenadiers

169 riders took the start on the 119th edition of Paris-Roubaix at 11:15, off to ride 257,2 kilometres between Compiègne and the Vélodrome André Pétrieux in Roubaix. It was a hectic start, with no less than 48,8 kilometres covered in the first hour of racing, during which many riders tried (and failed) to establish a breakaway. It was at kilometre...

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:56

6th place for Petit

Anticipating Stuyven, Pichon and Van der Poel.

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:54

Van Aert comes home in 2nd place

Right ahead of Küng, Devriendt and Mohoric.

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:53

Podium places up for grabs

Van Aert, Küng, Mohoric and Devriendt enter the velodrome.

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:52

Dylan van Baarle wins Paris-Roubaix

Extraordinary ride by the Ineos Grenadiers rider.

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:52

Van Baarle in the Velodrome

This two laps at the Vélodrome André-Petrieux are going to be such a joyful ride for the Dutchman.

Newsflashes - 17/04 - 16:50

Acceleration from Stefan Küng

With 4 kilometres to go, the Swiss rider has attacked trying to secure a podium place. Unfortunately for him, he has not been given any leeway by his companions.

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