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  1. Paris-Nice 2024, March 3-10

    Let the hype begin! It's a showdown between Roglic, in his all new Bora team, and Remco, before their real showdown at the TDF. But there's also a lot of other talent here. Also notable is the TTT of 27 km, where Quickstep will take a lot of time. Notable GC mentions: Evenepoel, Roglic...
  2. Paris-Roubaix 2023, one day monument, April 9 (men's)

    The old gang is back, fresh from Flanders, minus Pog. Wout and MVDP will battle it out again, but this time without the nasty climbs they will have a lot more competition on the cobbles. Last year it was Dylan van Baarle who won it in a daring solo, winning by almost 2 minutes ahead of Wout and...
  3. Paris-Nice 2023, March 5-12

    Let the hype begin! It's a showdown between Pog and Vinge, before their real showdown at the TDF. But there's also a lot of other talent here. Also notable is the TTT of 32 km, where stronger teams will take a lot of time. Notable GC mentions: Pogacar, Vingegaard, Martinez, Skjelmose, Powless...
  4. Paris - Roubaix 2022, one day monument, April 17

    It's Paris Roubaix! What more is there to tell. MVDP, Wout and all the others will try to win for the firs time. Will Pogacar make a surprise appearance? Will Ganna just TT from the start? https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/paris-roubaix/2022/result/overview https://www.paris-roubaix.fr/en/...
  5. Paris - Nice 2021, March 7 - March 14

    Second WT stage race after the UAE Tour. First race in the season for Roglic! Starts off with some flat/hilly stages, then a 15km mostly flat ITT, then it's mostly all mountain stages. Notable GC mentions: Roglic, Vlasov, Porte, Tao Geoghegan Hart, Schachmann, George Bennet, Jai Hindley, Gaudu...