Articles by Gregor Brown
- Published Apr. 8, 2016
- Updated Apr. 11, 2016 at 10:08 AM EDT
Peter Sagan has a zen mindset ahead of Paris-Roubaix, but it may be his comparatively weak team, not fate, that decides Sunday's race.
- Published Apr. 7, 2016
We haven't seen a wet Paris-Roubaix since 2002, which has the peloton wondering how things will shake out if it's muddy on Sunday.
- Published Apr. 6, 2016
With a history of crashes near the finish line, the final run-in at Scheldeprijs was altered for the 2016 edition.
- Published Apr. 5, 2016
Tony Martin gradually reinvents himself as a classics hard-man, and though he's yet to be a game-changer, he could be a factor in Roubaix.
- Published Apr. 4, 2016
- Updated Apr. 4, 2016 at 12:41 PM EDT
Tom Boonen wore the rainbow jersey when he won Flanders 2006, and he salutes Peter Sagan for the same performance in De Ronde 2016.
- Published Apr. 2, 2016
Fabian Cancellara is aiming for a record-breaking fourth career Tour of Flanders title this Sunday
- Published Mar. 31, 2016
The British team says its roster for this weekend's Tour of Flanders is the strongest lineup it's ever fielded in the race.
- Published Mar. 30, 2016
FIlippo Pozzato is a dark-horse pick for Tour of Flanders, but he's landed on the podium before and is building into spring's biggest races.
- Published Mar. 29, 2016
An older, wiser Greg Van Avermaet heads into the holy week of cobbled races, ready to vie for glory at Tour of Flanders and Roubaix.
- Published Mar. 28, 2016
- Updated Mar. 28, 2016 at 9:29 PM EDT
Antoine Demoitié crashed during Gent-Wevelgem and was then struck by a moto driver. Demoitié died Sunday night.