Van der Poel rode a faultless race whilst second-place Van Aert blames a dropped chain
Worst fought back to catch Vos but couldn’t match World Cup leader’s final attack
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Trentin takes first win in Mitchelton-Scott jersey, Moscon holds on to race lead
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The 22-year-old Quick-Step Floors rider earned his team’s 72nd win of the 2018 season at the Chinese stage race.
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The Dutch rider won the flat stage to take the overall lead of the six-day race in southern China.
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Thibaut Pinot (Groupama-FDJ) took an impressive victory in the final monument of the year, dropping fellow leader Vicenzo Nibali
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Hodeg secures fifth win of his neo-pro season, whilst double stage winner Bennett loses leadout man to finish fourth.
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Alexey Lutsenko wins stage 4 and rides into the overall race lead at the Tour of Turkey.
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Maximiliano Richeze gets a rare opportunity to sprint for himself after a late crash leaves Fernando Gaviria with a broken collarbone.
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It looked like Erin Huck had lost her chance at a $10,000 payout until Chloe Woodruff unexpectedly offered Huck her own wheel.
Keegan Swenson wins the final race in the Epic Rides Series, collecting a massive $10,000 payout on a day where most riders flatted.
Valverde wins the sprint from the front, denying Bardet, Woods and Dumoulin in attritional race that fractured on leg-breaking final climb.
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American Katie Keough rode to her first career World Cup win in muddy conditions at Jingle Cross in Iowa City.
For the second week in a row, Toon Aerts and Wout Van Aert face off, and Aerts again beats the reigning world ‘cross champion.
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