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Surprise second place for Wisniowski at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Team Sky turned up for opening weekend with three debutants for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and despite four of the seven riders for the team not finishing the race in the freezing conditions, the British squad will be satisfied with second place on the day. Lukasz Wisniowski chased back to a select group following Sep Vanmarcke’s (EF Education First-Drapac) attack on the Muur van Gerardsbergen, and managed to win the bunch sprint to take second place to Michael Valgren (Astana Pro Team), whose late ...


Lotto Soudal take the initiative but leave empty handed at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

There was a cruel irony in Lotto Soudal’s first Classics outing of 2018 at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. The theme of last spring was aggressive racing and decisive selections being made early, and a subtheme was Lotto Soudal missing out on almost all of those selections. Seemingly eager to make amends at the first possible opportunity, the Belgian team took the race by the scruff of the neck on Saturday and went on the early offensive through Tim Wellens and Tiesj Benoot, only for the race to boil d...


Valgren: Cancellara was a lucky charm for me

Of all the newspaper pull-outs and race programmes distributed in Belgium on Saturday morning, none had Michael Valgren down as even a one-star favourite for Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. The Danish rider, however, confirmed his emergence as a cobbled Classics rider with a stylish victory that was inspired in part by a certain Fabian Cancellara. “I met him two days ago by coincidence,” Valgren said of the three-time Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix champion in his winner’s press conference in Meerbe...


Dennis: Valverde is the most threatening rider in Abu Dhabi Tour finale

Rohan Dennis (BMC Racing Team) knows more than he could ever want to know about mechanical malfunctions in time trials, but while he was hardly unsympathetic to Tom Dumoulin’s plight on stage 4 of the Abu Dhabi Tour, he was just as relieved to have enjoyed a clear run himself. Saturdays 12.6km test on Al Maryah Island looked like coming down to the finest of margins between the two outstanding time triallists in the field when Dumoulin hurtled through the intermediate time check a mere second a...


Boonen regrets Quick-Step deal didn't go through

Legendary pavé specialist Tom Boonen surprisingly didn’t join his former Quick-Step Floors wolfpack but instead stepped into a new role with the Captains of Cycling at the rivaling Lotto Soudal team, announced last week. Captains of Cycling is the crowdfunding group behind the Lotto Soudal team. The 37-year-old Belgian will also advise the team, mostly on the technological front. On Saturday, Boonen was spotted at the finish of the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in front of the team bus of third Belgia...


Stybar leads Quick-Step's failed charge in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

The Quick-Step Floors team failed to clinch the win on Saturday at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Philippe Gilbert finished fifth behind winner Michael Valgren (Astana). The teams dedicated sprinter Fernando Gaviria was no longer present up front and the most active Quick-Step rider of the day was 32-year-old Czech champion Zdenek Stybar, while most of his other teammates - except Yves Lampaert - were below the radar. Stybar featured in the lead group that enjoyed a gap of thirty seconds over the pelot...


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