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Podcast #58: Rain? Wind? Cobbles? It must be classics season!

We look back on a bumper two weeks of racing dominated by the facial hair of John Degenkolb and Luca Paolini, and the emergence of Geraint Thomas as a major classics force. 84 more words

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FINAL KM: Milan-SanRemo 2015

If you missed it – or if you want to relive it over and over again – here is the last 10km of Sunday’s Milan-SanRemo… 15 more words

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Milan-San Remo review: Degenkolb strikes late

The Mighty John Degenkolb™ kept his nerve and his powder dry to seize victory in the final 50 metres of the drag race to the line along the newly reinstated via Roma, relegating the defending champion… 712 more words

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Milan-San Remo preview

It’s time for Milan-San Remo, the first of the season’s five monuments of one-day racing which, at almost 300km, is the longest race on the WorldTour calendar. 482 more words

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Milan – San Remo Preview 2015 – Tips, Contenders, etc.

After successfully predicting the top two at Paris-Nice (and my tip for 3rd came 4th) – here’s my Milan-San Remo preview and predictions.

After a period for a few years with an extra hill near the end, the race now favours sprinters with a reasonable degree of climbing, provided all the attacks from… 328 more words

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The Spring Classics: Who Has The Early Season Form?

It’s middle of February and the first cobbled semi-classics of the year are still a week away, yet the main contenders for the Spring Classics are already showing signs of good form. 824 more words

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The Wattmeister's Tips for Spring Classics and Semi-Classics

The races we are talking about are:

Milan-San-Remo: Omloop het Nieuwsblad, E3 Harelbeke, Gent-Wevelgem, Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Amstel Gold, Fleche Wallone, Liege-Bastogne-Liege.

TW will try and avoid choosing the obvious contenders: 458 more words