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Tom Boonen went on the offensive with Geraint Thomas and a handful of others with 60km to go, but the group only last two-thirds of what remained to the finish.
When Niki Terpstra heard over the crackle of race radio that he had the freedom to attack as a dozen top riders powered toward the velodrome, he didn't hesitate.
Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins vowed to earn his place on the Sky team to support defending champion Chris Froome in July after finishing ninth at Paris-Roubaix.
Paris-Roubaix saw very little scoring with no one picking Terpstra for any podium finish much less than winning.
Mechanical for Greg van Avermaet, who is being paced back on by two BMC team-mates.
Our video montage shows the dramatic difference four months of repair works have made to the seafront ravaged by some of the worst storms in living memory As she prepares to host a brand-new TV series about our musical heritage, Cerys Matthews assures Karen Price that it is far from a staid history lesson.
Trek Factory Racing passes over the bridge in Warlaing at Brillon where many crashes have taken place because of the extremely narrow passage.
Three-times Paris-Roubaix winner Fabian Cancellara is everybody's favourite and can eye several records should he win for a record-equalling four times on the Roubaix velodrome on Sunday.
Johan Vansummeren will race Sunday's Paris-Roubaix despite a harrowing collision with a fan during last weekend's Ronde van Vlaanderen .
Sky will start Sunday's Paris-Roubaix with its star former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins planted firmly in the back seat.
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Reigning champion Fabian Cancellara's main lieutenant Stijn Devolder has pulled out of Sunday's Paris-Roubaix race due to a variety of injuries.
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