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Can Alexander Kristoff pull off the Flanders-Roubaix double, or will someone else emerge from the dusty cobbles as Sunday's winner?
Without perennial favorites Boonen and Cancellara, a new generation of riders is elbowing its way to the top of the Flanders heap
Sylvain Chavanel wins his first Chrono des Nations as Anna Solovey repeats her victory of 2013
The Astana rider increases his overall lead with a strong solo ride up the Hautacam to win his fourth stage of the race
The FDJ.fr rider became the first Frenchman to win a Giro stage since 2011
The squad bolstered its lineup by signing some talented riders for 2014, including Sylvain Chavanel
The French rider is one of several who left first division teams for IAM, a second tier squad out of Switzerland
The Swiss squad hopes its beefed-up roster will convince ASO to extend an invite
Omega Pharma-Quick Step edges Orica-GreenEdge by less than a second to defend its title
Several close calls have resulted in zero victories thus far in the 2013 edition of the race
Omega Pharma veteran tops Jérémy Roy for fifth career title
Fabian Cancellara and a slew of first-time winners came out on top in the classics, but who didn't?
Chavanel has the green light — but can he go against Cancellara?
Flanders winner Fabian Cancellara is the distant favorite for Sunday, but Taylor Phinney and a cadre of contenders are there if he falters
We make our case for the main contenders in the Tour of Flanders field, and conclude that “Spartacus” is the man to beat
Belgian rider has battled injuries and setbacks all season, including a crash in Sunday's Ghent-Wevelgem
With historic courses, frenzied fans, and dynamic racing, these men are the ones to watch from Harelbeke to Roubaix
The 135 finishers at Sunday's Milano-Sanremo dealt with some of Mother Nature's worst blows. It was exactly what the sport needed
Cancellara, Gilbert and Chavanel seem like Sagan's strongest rivals for "La Primavera" title
The Omega Pharma rider has his eyes on Paris-Roubaix, a race at which he's had little luck in the past
Damien Gaudin takes a surprising victory in a twisting, turning prologue
Lefevre selects balanced roster aimed at stage wins and the overall
Pozzato aims at Boonen for Roubaix; Chavanel plays model teammate at Flanders; Devolder: 'felt perhaps better than when I won'; keirin champ Perkins hit by car
French champion shows top form with time trial, overall wins
Omega Pharma director says with new finale, there is no chance to get back if a rider is dropped at Flanders
PARIS (AFP) ― Tour de France stars Thomas Voeckler and Sylvain Chavanel will spearhead France's bid for the coveted rainbow jersey at the world road race cycling championships in Copenhagen later this month.
LEON, Spain (VN) — Tom Boonen and Sylvain Chavanel headline Quick Step for the upcoming Vuelta a España.
French national champion Sylvain Chavanel’s has extended his contract with Quick Step for two more seasons, the team announced Tuesday.
Sylvain Chavanel's Eddy Merckx EMX-5. Why the French champion has a stealth paint job
Bad blood between Tom Boonen and Sebastian Chavanel is a fabrication of an overly speculative media, Chavanel said Friday. Chavanel, Boonen and their Quick Step director Wilfred Peters all said that they raced the Tour of Flanders with solid tactics, and any talk of bitterness that Boonen helped chase down Chavanel was nonsense.
Quick Step's Tom Boonen, Gert Steegmans and Sylvain Chavanel say they are ready for the start of the Belgian cycling season at Saturday's Omloop Het Nieuwsblad.
From Gilbert to Cavendish, a look at the favorites for the elite men's road race.
GP Quebec winner Thomas Voeckler will skip the world championships. The team's coach says without him, France lacks a star.
Photographer Graham Watson captures the action as the 97th Tour heads for the hills.
"To take the jersey today would have put a lot of pressure on the guys, and there's a long way to go," says the world champ, who sits second overall.
A look at Sylvain Chavanel's special Eddy Merckx bikes used for his day in the yellow jersey.
Sylvain Chavanel soloes to Tour de France stage 2 win, takes yellow jersey on another crash-filled day.
The race leader slows the pace to allow his teammates and others to rejoin following a crash. Finish sprint neutralized.