Paris-Roubaix: Moments in History

The Queen of the Classics, L’enfer du Nord, The Hell of the North – the many nicknames of Paris-Roubaix reflect its reputation as probably the hardest one-day race in the world. The cobbles, the dirt, the mud, the crashes; it’s a race that captures the attention like few others. Sadly, the race won’t be held…

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Vuelta Ciclista Internacional a Costa Rica (2.2)
Final Classification - General Classification
1. Rojas Villegas Juan Carlos
2. Villalobos Roman
3. Rojas Villegas Cesar
Tour of Quanzhou Bay (2.2)
Final Classification - General Classification
1. Stedman Max
2. Morey Drew
3. Yemane Dawit
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