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VIDEO: How Hayman won Paris-Roubaix
VIDEO: How Mathew Hayman won Paris-Roubaix

With 14 editions of Paris-Roubaix under his belt, Mathew Hayman was training full gas for the 2016 Spring Classics season when he sustained a broken arm at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.

Only 6 weeks out from Paris-Roubaix Mat's confidence was at an all time low until he discovered Zwift.

The 37 year old, Orica-Scott rider catapulted himself into Australian sporting folklore when he won cycling’s most prestigious one-day races, it was his 15th attempt.

A new film by Zwift looks back at Hayman’s journey to Paris-Roubaix glory in 2016!

Phinney out of Paris-Roubaix
Phinney out of Paris-Roubaix

Van Baarle, Langeveld to lead charge as Cannondale-Drapac confirm Queen of the Classics line-up.

American Taylor Phinney will not start Paris-Roubaix on Sunday, still feeling the effects of a concussion sustained in a fall during the Tour of Flanders.

This follows on from the previous announcement that Sep Vanmarcke will not be riding either, after suffering a broken finger, heavy road rash and bruising.


Kittels wins a record fifth time in Scheldeprijs
Kittels wins a record fifth time in Scheldeprijs

The German sprinter beat Elia Viviani and Nacer Bouhanni to the line in Schoten.

The day started with a fanfare welcoming of Tom Boonen (Quick-Step Floors) who had his last race in Belgium. With 20 kilometers most of the breakaway had been swallowed up and the Peloton prepared for a final Sprint.

Tom Boonen worked really hard to put Kittel in the right place and the German sprinter crossed the line with a good advantage over his rivals.

Cannondale-Drapac's Sep Vanmarcke out of Paris-Roubaix
Cannondale-Drapacs Sep Vanmarcke out of Paris-Roubaix

The crash during the Tour of Flanders that forced Sep Vanmarcke to abandon De Ronde will also keep him from starting the next Monument on the calendar, Paris-Roubaix. 

Vanmarcke suffered heavy road rash in addition to the broken finger.

The decision caps a spring season of discontent for Vanmarcke. He finished third on opening weekend at Omloop but ultimately suffered from crashes and stomach illness thereafter.