Wonderful Wellens solos through the rain to win the day and take over GC lead at Eneco Tour with one stage remaining.
The Belgian takes a 1:03 lead into the final day as he attempts to win the race for the second consecutive year.
Le Bon and van Baarle's breakaway move succeeds in rainy conditions, and GC lead changes hands yet again.
Johan Le Bon breaks away early, battles through rain and attacks in the finale to win stage 5, his first-career WorldTour victory.
Jos van Emden and LottoNL-Jumbo teammate Wilco Kelderman finished one-two in the stage 4 TT at the Eneco Tour. Van Emden now leads the GC.
LottoNL-Jumbo goes one-two in Eneco Tour time trial, moving Jos van Emden into GC lead with teammate Wilco Kelderman close behind.
After David Boucher went into stage 3 breakaway, FDJ sends the Belgian rider home from Eneco Tour against his will.
Tom Boonen (Eitxx-Quick-Step) wins his first WorldTour race since 2012, and Jesper Asselman (Roompot) keeps the GC lead.
Tom Boonen earns his first WorldTour win since 2012 as Jesper Asselman holds onto overall lead in technical Ardooie sprint finish.
Disc brakes have been used for the first time in pro road racing at the Eneco Tour. Where will they pop up next?