Kathi, Midge, Luke and Euan rave about Paris-Roubaix and everything that makes it special. Plus they see what they can remember about the other cobbled classics and take in Spain’s recent stage races.
We were in Belgium, we were in Spain. And we had a lot of exciting racing in both. There were some kings of the road crowned.
Gent-Wevelgem 2019 went right down to the wire this year – no long solo breakaways as in previous years, but one big bunch sprint, with Alexander Kristoff the strongest at the end of a fatiguing race. The Norwegian launched early and while other more fancied names found themselves either out of position or without that final kick into the headwind, he held his power to sail clear over the line for a victory that took many by surprise. It was classic Kristoff! John Degenkolb and Oliver Naesen joined him on the podium for second and third respectively.