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10 hrs ago | Cycling News
Six years after he took Lige-Bastogne-Lige for a second time by outsprinting Davide Rebellin and the Schleck brothers, Alejandro Valverde has once again triumphed in an Ardennes Classic, this time with a late charge on the Mur de Huy in Flche Wallonne .
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12 hrs ago | Cycling News
Former Olympic champion Samuel Snchez says that although he does not totally rule out any chance of personal glory on the Mur de Huy this afternoon, his main focus will be working for BMC team-mate Philippe Gilbert.
16 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
U.S. cyclist Lawrence Warbasse, left, of the BMC Racing team, leads the pack as they climb the 'wall of Huy' during the Belgian cycling classic and UCI World Tour race Walloon Arrow/Fleche Wallonne, in Huy, Belgium, Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
16 hrs ago | Velonews
Vincenzo Nibali will risk losing in a big attack in order to win Sunday's LiA ge-Bastogne-LiA ge.
"Crunch moments' in Amstel Gold on Sunday prior to Philippe Gilbert's dramatic charge to victory up the Cauberg were noticeable by their absence - but if there was one moment before Gilbert attacked where journalist heads in the race's press room collectively turned towards the TV screens, it came when a group of nine riders seared out of the pack ... (more)
Michal Kwiatkowski admitted that it was almost impossible to catch Philippe Gilbert's race-winning attack at Amstel Gold Race but said that he had given it everything after finishing fifth.
Eighteen months after his triumph on the Cauberg in the 2012 World Championships, Philippe Gilbert proved once again that, when in top form, he is all but unbeatable on the Netherlands' best-known climb as he claimed victory at Amstel Gold Race .
Former world champion Philippe Gilbert will set off in Sunday's Amstel Gold Race as one of the hot favourites for victory.
It's time to swap the cobbles for pavement, but the short climbs still remain. What teams are looking good leading into the Ardennes races? The cobbles are gone - at least until the Eneco Tour - and Chris is curled up in a fetal position somewhere.
It has been 31 years since an Australian last won the Amstel Gold Race . In fact, Phil Anderson's win in 1983 would serve as the first and last win for an Australian at the Dutch classic, and Garmin-Sharp 's Nathan Haas is chomping at the bit to change that on Sunday, April 20. The 25-year-old Canberra-native has been enthralled with the first of ... (more)
Former world champion Philippe Gilbert of the BMC team won the Fleche Brabanconne one-day race on Wednesday after outsprinting Australian Michael Matthews and Frenchman Tony Gallopin to the finish at Overijse.