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Boonen wins third Gent-Wevelgem of his career, while team gets 26th victory of the 2012 season
Tom Boonen made a legendary addition to his palmarès on Sunday. After a leg wrecking team effort by Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team to get themselves to the front of the race, then placing Boonen in perfect position for a sprint victory, he took off up the middle of the road in...
Tom Boonen won the Gent Wevelgem classic for the second year in a row, beating Peter Sagan and Matti Breschel in a mass sprint finish on Sunday.
At the end of the 146-mile race through the flat fields of northern Flanders, the Belgian bided his time before unleashing a powerful sprint that no one could match. Behind Sagan of Slovakia and Breschel of Denmark, Oscar Freire of Spain...
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team continued its race dictating ways at Prijs Vlaanderen - Harelbeke, and thanks to the aggressive race tactics, Tom Boonen — in top form — sprinted to victory on Friday. It's a record fifth victory for Boonen at , as rider Rik Van Looy won four times in the 1960s. Boonen beat Oscar Freire (Katusha Team) by inches after being the first...