Stage summary13.04.2014 in 17:02Terpstra crowns brilliant team work to lift Paris-Roubaix cobble
Niki Terpstra might have been the third man on the list of the Omega Pharma Quick Step dream team at the start but the Dutchman ended up lifting the winner's cobble in the Roubaix Velodrome after surging recklessly in a nail-biting finale.read more
interview13.04.2014 in 17:32John Degenkolb: "The best I could do"
"Today was probably the best we could get. When you see the whole race, I had a mechanical problem and it cost me a lot of energy to come back. A lot of my teammates worked hard to bring me back. Luckily De Backer was sharp enough to chase hard in a front group. It was smart tactically to have somebody with me. Terpstra won the race but we can be really proud and it's the next step on the road to glory to be on the podium of a monument.
I think sometimes you just have gamble. It could...
interview13.04.2014 in 17:25Fabian Cancellara: "I can be proud of myself"
"It was really hard today. The first thing was the wind that really altered the race. On top of it I was involved in a crash and I had to change bikes. Things like that happen but there was immediately a little gap and I had to chase and it cost me a lot of energy. In the end a real strong bunch emerged and nobody really knew what to do, it was very tactical. We tried to make a gap with Vanmarcke but with the wind and everybody against us it was not easy. Quick Step were strong and they...read more
interview13.04.2014 in 17:10Tersptra: "The greatest day in my career"
"I was in the front and I didn't know how many seconds I held. I just kept pushing until the end. It's not the best day in my life but probably the best day in my career. With three guys in the front group, we were very strong. Tom and I came back in the finale and in the last cobbled section I attacked."read more
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