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    Too old to ride plastic

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    That's not good at all.

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    I have faith it will be cobbles again on April 2nd

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    Quote Originally Posted by burgrat View Post
    I have faith it will be cobbles again on April 2nd
    I am sure it is.

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    Is there a TV channel we can watch this race on here in the states?

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    NBC has the rights. They are showing it tape delayed at 6pm on Monday evening on NBCsports

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoroninK View Post
    NBC has the rights. They are showing it tape delayed at 6pm on Monday evening on NBCsports
    Man, I'm happy to read this, as I won't be anywhere near a computer or TV this weekend.

    Thanks for the good news.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdh777 View Post
    Is there a TV channel we can watch this race on here in the states?
    steephill.tv

    If you have a YouTube app on your TV you can also catch live and delayed streams, there is one channel in particular that is always great quality. the guy posts names of those who donated at the end to keep it going, does anyone remember?

    Either way, turn to YouTube and you should be okay.
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    LOLOLOL

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    velodog, you're welcome.

    9W9W very true about youtube.

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    NBCsports gold cycling package. You gotta pay but I think its worth it.
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    Thatís one of the better ones Iíve seen.

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    What a crock.. You have to buy an NBC coverage when you pay for cable with NBC sports. Then, they show a delay a day later when people are coming home from work. That's just cr*p right there.. I REALLY hate NBC/Comcast.. Now even more..
    Get this thing off my head!!!!!
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    Results are in: https://racecenter.paris-roubaix.fr

    1 SAGAN Peter
    2 DILLIER Silvan
    3 TERPSTRA Nik
    4 VAN AVERMAET Greg
    5 STUYVEN Jasper
    6 VANMARCKE Sep
    7 POLITT Nils
    8 PHINNEY Taylor
    9 STYBAR Zdenek
    10 DEBUSSCHERE Jens

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    Quote Originally Posted by .je View Post
    Results are in: https://racecenter.paris-roubaix.fr

    1 SAGAN Peter
    2 DILLIER Silvan
    3 TERPSTRA Nik
    4 VAN AVERMAET Greg
    5 STUYVEN Jasper
    6 VANMARCKE Sep
    7 POLITT Nils
    8 PHINNEY Taylor
    9 STYBAR Zdenek
    10 DEBUSSCHERE Jens
    Great race, chapeau to Sagan. Eurosport coverage worked well for me.

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    Itís great to Peter the Great deliver the the goods in a big race!

    Was any one else stoked to see Taylor Phinney drilling it in the last 20km? He got a top 10 for his troubles.

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    that's looks faux as hell...



    then you see 4/1/18 date
    PO is a liberal echo chamber.

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    I was hoping Sagan would get this one.

    Really very sad about Michael Goolaerts. I turned on the race after he went down, but I did hear something mentioned about cardiac arrest. Almost unbelievable. My heart goes out to his family and friends.

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    Everything I've heard has reported it as cardiac arrest. Very sad.

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    For those interested, here's the Eurosport version on youtube. Watch it before youtube remove it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KoroninK View Post
    Everything I've heard has reported it as cardiac arrest. Very sad.
    I know details are still murky. But is there any indication of whether his crash caused the cardiac arrest, or cardiac arrest caused the crash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aclinjury View Post
    I know details are still murky. But is there any indication of whether his crash caused the cardiac arrest, or cardiac arrest caused the crash?
    I was wondering about that as well. Not sure if we will here anything soon on this. Either way, very sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eric1971 View Post
    I was wondering about that as well. Not sure if we will here anything soon on this. Either way, very sad.
    Very sad, indeed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aclinjury View Post
    I know details are still murky. But is there any indication of whether his crash caused the cardiac arrest, or cardiac arrest caused the crash?
    What I've read is that most think the crash was caused by the cardiac arrest not the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Crawler View Post
    Great race, chapeau to Sagan. Eurosport coverage worked well for me.
    Agree. Thoroughly enjoyed this year's Hell of the North. You also have to give kudos to Dillier. I can only imagine what was going through his mind, working side by side with Sagan. He had to know deep down that he wasn't going to out-sprint Sagan at the finish, but he was willing to take his turn at the front and help to take the two of them to the finish. I hope that sometime down the road Sagan returns the favor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanE View Post
    Agree. Thoroughly enjoyed this year's Hell of the North. You also have to give kudos to Dillier. I can only imagine what was going through his mind, working side by side with Sagan. He had to know deep down that he wasn't going to out-sprint Sagan at the finish, but he was willing to take his turn at the front and help to take the two of them to the finish. I hope that sometime down the road Sagan returns the favor.
    ďPeter Sagan was the angel and the devil,Ē was his killer line.

    https://rouleur.cc/editorial/caught-...ilvan-dillier/

    If he didn't work with Sagan he may have been left in Sagan's wake to be swallowed up by the pack. Working with Sagan was almost a guaranty of a podium place, working with an angel and getting beat by the devil.

    He was disappointed with 2nd place, he'll be back.
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