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Sonny Colbrelli wins Brabantse Pijl
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Sonny Colbrelli wins Brabantse Pijl

Bahrain-Merida's Sonny Colbrelli has won Brabantse Pijl.

In the final final sprint, the Italian riding for Bahrain-Merida had the best legs of the day and out sprinted last year's winner Vakoc, who finished second and Benoot who finished third. C

Colbrelli adds this to his seventh place in E3 Harelbeke and winning the second stage of Paris-Nice.

 
Philippe Gilbert ready to focus on the Ardennes Classics
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Philippe Gilbert focus is now on the Ardennes classics

The peloton will leave the cobbles behind them to focus on the Amstel Gold Race, the Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the next classics.

It is now up to the Roulers to boss the small slopes of the Ardennes.
 
Ten days after his triumph in the Tour of Flanders Philippe Gilbert races the Amstel Gold race this Sunday.
 
 
Sebastian Langeveld sprints to third at Paris-Roubaix
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Sebastian Langeveld sprints to third at Paris-Roubaix

Cannodale-Drapac's Dutchman Sebastian Langeveld snagged the final spot of the Paris-Roubaix podium from a five-up sprint last Sunday.

It is the first time the 32-year-old has appeared on the podium at one of cycling’s five Monuments.

Olympic road champion Greg Van Avermaet (BMC) bested Zdenek Stybar (Quick-Step) to win the Queen of the Classics.

 
Greg Van Avermaet wins Paris-Roubaix
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Greg Van Avermaet wins Paris-Roubaix

BMC Racing's in form cycling star fought back after a crash to win his first Monument.

Greg out sprinted companions Zdenek Stybar and Sebastian Langeveld on the hallowed boards of the Roubaix Velodrome after Gianni Moscon and Arnaud Demare caught them just before the line.

It was the fastest Paris Roubaix ever, at an average speed of 45 kph.

 
VIDEO: Watch the last 100km of Paris-Roubaix
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VIDEO: Watch the last 100km of Paris-Roubaix

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Paris-Roubaix is one of the oldest and one of the most difficult one-day races with riders having to endure a daunting gauntlet of cobbled sectors before the finish in the Roubaix Velodrome. A perfect blend of positioning, power and tactical nous are required if a rider is to lift the famous cobble-stone trophy awarded to the victor, not too mention a large slice of luck.

Given the conditions, mechanical issues are unavoidable in Roubaix, the timing of which can be the difference between winning and losing.