Paris-Roubaix 2018

Region: UWT
Category: 1.UWT
Date: 2018-04-08
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Michael Goolaerts passes away after cardiac arrest

Belgian Michael Goolaerts has passed away in hospital following the cardiac arrest he suffered during Paris-Roubaix on Sunday. Read more...

Paris-Roubaix round-up of crashes and injuries: Thomas, Rowe, Kristoff, etc.

Paris-Roubaix is considered one of the most difficult races of the season and one that generally results in the most crashes. Here's an overview of the riders affected on the day. Read more...

Niki Terpstra after Paris-Roubaix: I am happy but not as happy as last week

Quick-Step Floors' Niki Terpstra took the last position of the podium in Paris-Roubaix. This is the third podium for the Dutchman in the French Monument. Read more...

Silvan Dillier after second place in Paris-Roubaix: I told Sagan we should work together

Silvan Dillier (AG2R La Mondiale) finished second in Paris-Roubaix after being the lone survivor of the original breakaway. Read more...

Peter Sagan after winning Paris-Roubaix: It's an amazing feeling

Bora-hansgrohe's Peter Sagan has won Paris-Roubaix after a strong move with 50 kilometres to go as the rider felt and showed to be very strong. Read more...

Peter Sagan takes the victory in Paris-Roubaix

Peter Sagan (Bora-hansgrohe) has won Paris-Roubaix. The World Champion escaped from the peloton with 50 kilometres remaining. Read more...

Edvald Boasson Hagen set to lead Dimension Data at Paris-Roubaix

Edvald Boasson Hagen will be the leader of Dimension Data in Paris-Roubaix. The Norwegian will target the victory of the race after finishing in fifth position in 2016. Read more...

Quick-Step Floors repeats Tour de Flanders formula for Paris-Roubaix

Quick-Step Floors' selection for Paris-Roubaix will consist of the same team that got the victory at the Tour of Flanders with Niki Terpstra. Read more...

Heinrich Haussler, Ivan Garcia Cortina included in Bahrain-Merida's squad for Paris-Roubaix

Australian Heinrich Haussler will be Bahrain-Merida's leader for Paris-Roubaix, in an attempt to improve from his sixth place in 2016. Read more...

Oliver Naesen to captain AG2R La Mondiale in Paris-Roubaix

Oliver Naesen is set to lead AG2R La Mondiale at Paris-Roubaix. The rider will be supported by a strong team which will try to beat the bad luck of the spring season. Read more...

Greg Van Avermaet and BMC optimistic ahead of Paris-Roubaix

BMC Racing Team has selected an unsurprisingly strong team to help Greg Van Avermaet in his attempt to defend his title at the upcoming edition of Paris-Roubaix. Read more...

Alexander Kristoff set to lead UAE Team Emirates at Paris-Roubaix despite spring sickness

UAE Team Emirates' Alexander Kristoff is set to be the leader of the team's Paris-Roubaix roster. Read more...

Team Sunweb takes versatile squad to Paris-Roubaix

Team Sunweb faces Paris-Roubaix with a roster led by Edward Theuns, though it has more strong riders to get the most chances in the Monument. Read more...

Geraint Thomas to return to the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix

Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) is making his return to Paris-Roubaix after two years of absence from the race. Read more...

ASO announces Classics wild cards, opens door for Wout van Aert at Paris-Roubaix

The ASO has unveiled the Wild cards for its upcoming spring classics Paris-Roubaix, Fleche Wallone and Liege-Bastogne-Liege. Read more...

Chris Froome rules out 2018 Paris-Roubaix

Chris Froome (Team Sky) is not going to ride the 2018 Paris-Roubaix. The rider had considered the possibility of taking part as a way of doing reconnaissance ahead of the Tour. Read more...

Wout Van Aert hopes for a Wildcard for Paris-Roubaix

Twice Cyclocross World Champion Wout Van Aert would ride the upcoming edition of Paris-Roubaix if his team gets a Wildcard. Read more...

Alexander Kristoff: My dream is to win Paris-Roubaix

Alexander Kristoff expects to find new motivations in this new chapter of his career that can take him to the victory once more. Read more...

One day after: Quotes of the 2017 Paris-Roubaix

The fastest edition of Paris-Roubaix, won by BMC Racing Team's Greg Van Avermaet, left many reactions among its participants. Read more...

Greg Van Avermaet: Every small piece came together

Greg Van Avermaet has won Paris-Roubaix and even though the race had some difficult moments for the BMC rider, at the end he got the strongest legs in the final sprint. Read more...

Victory for Greg Van Avermaet in Paris-Roubaix

Greg van Avermaet has taken the victory at Paris-Roubaix. The rider of BMC Racing Team was the fastest in the final five-men sprint at the velodrome of Roubaix. Read more...

Paris-Roubaix 2017: Weather Report

The weather is always an influential force in any cycling race but whether it rains or not can truly make a world of difference in one of the most emblematic races of the year. Read more...

Ankle injury leaves Mark Cavendish out of Paris-Roubaix

Dimension Data's Mark Cavendish has been diagnosed with an overuse injury that leaves him out of the upcoming races. Read more...

Philippe Gilbert to skip Paris-Roubaix in favor of the Ardennes

Phillipe Gilbert has decided to skip Paris-Roubaix and focus on the Ardennes Classics. Read more...

Paris-Roubaix gives wildcards to French, Belgian and Dutch teams

The organization of Paris-Roubaix has given away seven wildcards: Four for French teams, two for Belgian and one goes to a Dutch formation. Read more...

Eddy Merckx: Tom Boonen can win Roubaix

Cycling legend Eddy Merckx believes that Tom Boonen has everything to win Paris-Roubaix for the fifth time. Read more...

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