Posts in category: Paris-Nice
VN podcast, ep. 74: What would Sky do without Froome? Paris-Nice and Tirreno analysis

This week’s Tirreno-Adriatico race got us thinking: What would Team Sky do without Chris Froome?
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Roundtable: Paris-Nice vs. Tirreno, Froomewatch 2018

Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico are a prognosticator’s dream. Our experts opine on the GC riders, Sanremo favorites, and more.
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Gallery: De la Cruz and Soler shine, as Paris-Nice comes to a cloudy and wet end

“The Race to the Sun” did not live up to its name on the final day of racing around Nice, but explosive racing still shone through.
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Gallery: Yates overcomes terrible weather to win stage 7 of Paris-Nice

The peloton faced five categorized climbs on Saturday’s penultimate stage at Paris-Nice, as well as cold temperatures and rain.
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France still waiting for Alaphilippe’s big breakthrough

Julian Alaphillippe has been close to a big victory in the last year and it appears to be just a matter of time before he has his day.

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Paris-Nice, stage 7: Yates takes summit finish and overall lead

Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) won the penultimate stage of Paris-Nice on Sunday and took the lead in the general classification.
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Paris-Nice’s wrong-way breakaway

Usually it’s hard to make the breakaway in big races, but in stage 6 of Paris-Nice, a few riders went off the front by accident.

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Paris-Nice Gallery: Molard’s persistence wins stage 6

Rudy Molard won his first WorldTour race in stage 6 of Paris-Nice, while Luis Leon Sanchez hung onto the yellow jersey.

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Paris-Nice, stage 6: Daring Molard wins; Poels crashes

To the delight of home fans, Frenchman Rudy Molard became the fourth home rider to win a stage at Paris-Nice 2018 in stage 6.
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Paris-Nice: Cousin claims stage 5 from the break

Jérôme Cousin tops breakaway companion Nils Politt to claim his first WorldTour victory in Thursday’s fifth stage of Paris-Nice.

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Gallery: Poels closes in on Sanchez with stage 4 TT win at Paris-Nice

Wout Poels moves into second overall at Paris-Nice with his stage 4 time trial win.
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Paris-Nice: Poels wins stage 4 time trial

Wout Poels wins Paris-Nice’s fourth stage, moving into second on GC behind Luis León Sánchez

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Paris-Nice Gallery: Sanchez rides into race lead, Hivert wins stage 3

Jonathan Hivert claims the third stage of Paris-Nice as Luis León Sánchez snatches the yellow jersey from Arnaud Démare.

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Paris-Nice: Hivert nabs stage 3 as Sanchez takes overall lead

Jonathan Hivert outsprints fellow attackers Luis León Sánchez and Rémy Di Grégorio after jumping clear in final 20 kilometers.

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Gallery: Groenewegen claims stage 2 of Paris-Nice in Vierzon

Dylan Groenewegen wins the sprint in Vierzon.
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Paris-Nice, stage 2: Groenewegen sprints to victory ahead of Viviani

Dylan Groenewegen sprints to his fifth win of 2018 in the second stage of Paris-Nice.
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Van Garderen out of Paris-Nice with cervical sprain

Tejay van Garderen was forced to abandon Paris-Nice during the opening stage on Sunday after being involved in back-to-back crashes.
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Gallery, Paris-Nice: Rain, crashes and cobbles on stage 1

The peloton faced rain, crashes, and cobbles on the opening stage of the 76th Paris-Nice, which was won by Arnaud Demare (FDJ).
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Paris-Nice, stage 1: Demare takes wet first day

Arnaud Demare took the opening stage of the 2018 Paris-Nice in a photo finish over Gorka Izagirre in Meudon on Sunday.
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Poels looks to make statement at Paris-Nice ahead of potential Tour bid

Wout Poels (Sky) will tackle the “Race to the Sun,” which begins Sunday, for the first time in 2018.
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Viviani, Groenewegen emerge as early contenders for King of Sprints title

The world’s best sprinters are bracing for the season’s first major battles in Europe next week at Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico.

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Could Alberto Contador have won Paris-Nice on a different bike?

Alberto Contador lost Paris-Nice by two seconds, which begs the question: Could he have made up those two seconds with a different bike?

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Henao beats Contador by two seconds in Paris-Nice

David de la Cruz wins final stage while Sergio Henao narrowly escapes late Alberto Contador rally to hold on to Paris-Nice win on Sunday.

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Paris-Nice: Porte wins penultimate stage, Henao dons yellow

Australian Richie Porte (BMC) won the penultimate stage of Paris-Nice, Saturday, while Colombian Sergio Henao (Sky) slips into yellow.

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