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EUROTRASH: A Cobbled Bonanza with Some Basque Country Monday!

A full EUROTRASH with all the news, views and video from Roubaix and the Basque Country. Boonen believes Pogačar has a chance in Roubaix. Cordon-Ragot to Human Powered Health, Haussler retires, Fuglsang recovered and Arefayne joins Circus. FDJ-SUEZ new sponsor, AG2R Citroën to Paris-Camembert, Team Novo Nordisk to Pologne and BC Bike Race giveaway by SockGuy. Behind the scenes with INEOS in Flanders.

ROUBAIX’23: Van der Poel The Fastest Hell in History!

Mathieu van der Poel won the 2023 Paris-Roubaix in the best possible way, solo. The Alpecin-Deceuninck rider crossed the finish line in the Roubaix velodrome, after he rode away from Wout van Aert on the cobbled section of Carrefour de l'Arbre. Van Aert had to let the Dutchman go because of a puncture. Jasper Philipsen out-sprinted Van Aert for second place for an Alpecin 1-2.

ROUBAIX’23 Femmes: Jackson Jumps the Cobbles to Victory!

Alison Jackson won the Paris-Roubaix Femmes avec Zwift on Saturday. The Canadian of EF Education-TIBCO-SVB was part of the break of the day, which fought for victory on the velodrome. Jackson was the best in a chaotic sprint, in which saw Femke Markus crash on the banking. Katia Ragusa was second and Marthe Truyen third.