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  1. Marc Hirschi, Michael Valgren, Among Five Underdogs At Amstel Gold

    Marc Hirschi, Michael Valgren, Among Five Underdogs At Amstel Gold

    Apr 14, 2021

    The Ardennes Classics get underway this Sunday, April 18th, with the return of Amstel Gold. The dramatic change to the route this year due to Covid-19 restrictions have further expanded the prospects for who will be crowned as the next champion. 
  2. Paris-Roubaix Postponed Due To Covid

    Paris-Roubaix Postponed Due To Covid

    Apr 1, 2021

    French cycling's Paris-Roubaix was rescheduled Thursday, with organisers citing its "mythical" status and the desire to stage the inaugural women's race as key to finding new dates as France hunkers down under a wave of Covid-19.
  3. French Sports Minister Says Paris-Roubaix At Risk

    French Sports Minister Says Paris-Roubaix At Risk

    Mar 25, 2021

    French Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu raised fresh doubt on Thursday over the staging of the Paris-Roubaix one-day classic on April 11.
  4. Kristoff to Alaphilippe, Six Favorites For Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

    Kristoff to Alaphilippe, Six Favorites For Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

    Feb 21, 2021

    The spring classics kick off Saturday, February 27th with a strong field of cobbled specialists headlining the men's field at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. 
  5. Recap: Australia's Caleb Ewan Wins Third Stage Of Tour de France

    Recap: Australia's Caleb Ewan Wins Third Stage Of Tour de France

    Aug 31, 2020

    Australian rider Caleb Ewan produced an irresistible late burst of speed to pip a stunned Sam Bennett of Ireland on the finish line of stage three of the Tour de France on Monday.
  6. Every Rider Who Has Worn The Tour de France Yellow Jersey

    Every Rider Who Has Worn The Tour de France Yellow Jersey

    Aug 22, 2020

    The Tour de France yellow jersey was first introduced into the race in 1919. Below, you will find a complete year-by-year breakdown of every rider to wear the yellow jersey during that year's race. There have been 24 different nations represented in the 270 wearers of the yellow jersey at the Tour de France.