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  1. Milano - Sanremo 2024, one day monument, March 16

    PS: Mostly copied from last year :cool: You know this race. The oldest classic, the sprinter's classic, except when it's not. Will Pogacar, MVDP, Laporte, Ganna and other all rounders manager to drop the sprinters on the Poggior or not? Will Mohoric try on the descent again? Time will tell...
  2. Kuurne - Bruxelles - Kuurne 2024, February 25, one-day classic

    Basically comes just after Omloop, with mostly the same protagonists. In the past even sprinters could win, bu usually it's the stong riders. So it's a double weekend for Wout and company. Notable mentions: Wout, Philipsen, De Lie, Mohoric, Laporte, Benoot, Demare, Kristoff, Wellens, Trentin...
  3. Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2024, February 24, one-day classic (men's)

    The first of the big classics. Cobblestones, steep climbs, crazy fans, what's not to like. A big test for Wout, but MVDP is waiting for San Remo for his start of the season. Notable mentions: Wout, Philipsen, De Lie, Mohoric, Laporte, Pidcock, Benoot, Kung, Alaphilippe, Wellens, Trentin...
  4. Eschborn-Frankfurt 2023, one day classic, May 1

    A race that desspite the climbs is always won by a sprinter. I have no doubt it will be the same this year. Notable riders: Philipsen, De Lie, Kristoff, Matthews, Bennet, Trentin, Hirschi, Bauhaus, Ackermann https://www.procyclingstats.com/race/eschborn-frankfurt/2023/result/overview...