Gent-Wevelgem offers up a unique tug-of-war between sprint stars and breakaway artists in one of Belgium's biggest WorldTour races.
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After a forgettable day at Milano-Sanremo, Greg Van Avermaet's E3 Harelbeke win gives him and his BMC team renewed confidence.
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A strong three-man breakaway escapes the peloton late in E3 Harelbeke, and Greg Van Avermaet proves to have the strongest sprint.
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Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet sprinted to his first E3 Harelbeke classic victory Friday in Belgium out of a three-man breakaway.
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Alejandro Valverde took command of the Volta a Catalunya Friday, winning stage 5 in Lo Port, atop a 1,000-meter mountaintop finish.
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The whole Movistar TTT fiasco was just a big misunderstanding. Guys: Quick-Step is back! And Kiel Reijnen is "Belgian guy" of the week.
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The fourth race in the Women’s WorldTour series this year could present a different winner than the first three.
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Gent-Wevelgem has potential to favor the sprinters, but could a breakaway succeed, as it did in 2016 when Peter Sagan won?
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Former world champ Michal Kwiatkowski opts out of defending E3 Harelbeke title in favor of a race schedule focused on winning Liège.
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Nacer Bouhanni sprints to his first stage win of Volta a Catalunya, while American Tejay van Garderen keeps overall lead.
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