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Van Baarle Caps INEOS’ Huge Spring With Paris-Roubaix Brilliance



Dylan van Baarle of INEOS Grenadiers outfoxed a shape-shifting area of hopefuls to win Paris-Roubaix, escaping a number one quartet on the Camphin-en-Pévèle secteur of cobbles within the closing 18km and soloing to victory. Van Baarle had bridged as much as Bahrain Victorious’ Matej Mohoric, the day’s important protagonist, and Fast Step’s Yves Lampaert as they reeled in shock late chief Tom Devriendt of IWG Wanty via the mud and sunshine of northern France, and the 4 got down to shock the most important names behind them, together with Wout Van Aert of Jumbo Visma and Mathieu van der Poel of Alpecin Fenix. However Devriendt had little left and van Baarle was in a position to slip away from Mohoric and Lampaert within the insanity of the ultimate cobbles part, stretching his result in a extra convincing hole over the Carrefour de l’Arbe and taking management of the race for good.

By the ultimate cobble stretches, van Baarle had over a minute as Mohoric light and Lampaert crashed after bumping a spectator. Van Aert led Mohoric and Devriendt, with Stefan Kung of FDJ, into the velodrome, and took the dash for second forward of Kung.

119th Paris-Roubaix 2022 - Men’s Elite

Photograph by Bas Czerwinski/Getty Pictures

Van Baarle’s win is the best results of his profession, following a detailed second within the Ronde van Vlaanderen two weeks in the past, and caps a dream season for INEOS, who took three wins within the final week, together with Michal Kwiatkowski’s Amstel Gold Race success and Magnus Sheffield’s surprising victory at Brabantse Pijl. His win can also be the third by a Dutch rider this century, becoming a member of Niki Terpstra and Servais Knaven as holders of the fabled cobbles trophy.

For a while, the story of the day was a break powered by Milano-Sanremo winner Mohoric, who bought away after the Arenberg chaos with Laurent Pichon of Arkea and Devriendt, which gained some 2.30 on the peloton. With Mohoric wanting extremely sturdy, it appeared as if they could steal the race, however certain sufficient, the cobbles took their toll, because the trio started to hit the wall with 50km to go, seeing their lead all of the sudden shrivel as the highest favorites group took form behind them. Then Pichon dropped, adopted by a mechanical challenge for Mohoric, leaving Devriendt alone to fend off Van Aert, van der Poel, Mohoric and firm. He was reeled in by Lampaert and Mohoric with 28km remaining, forming a quartet finally with Dylan van Baarle and gaining 40 seconds.

119th Paris-Roubaix 2022 - Men’s Elite

Photograph by Bas Czerwinski/Getty Pictures

Close to Bourghelles, Trek’s Jasper Stuyven attacked and drew solely Van Aert and Kung, lastly giving them a bunch with the inducement to chase, having rid themselves of van der Poel in addition to Turner and Petit, each interrupting the chase on behalf of their teammates up forward. However up forward van Baarle had taken management, and the chase couldn’t match his vitality.

Van Aert, getting back from COVID interrupting his classics season, appeared like his outdated self, whereas Kung continued to be one of many strongest riders of the spring, missing solely a bit additional to make the finale nearer. Each can take some satisfaction from their greatest ever finishes right here, as can Devriendt, who ended up fourth, a improbable and dramatic day for his pro-continental staff. The ultimate main story is probably the worst ever spring for a Fast Step staff, who may need not less than secured a face-saving podium place had Lampaert not had his bars brushed by a spectator on the Gruson secteur, sending him wobbling and at last flipping over acrobatically. His maneuver helped him keep away from damage and the Belgian was again on his bike rapidly. But it surely was too late to salvage a excessive inserting.

Due to the high quality climate and finer performances, van Baarle notched the quickest ever efficiency within the Hell of the North, at a median of 45.792kpm.


  1. VAN BAARLE Dylan, INEOS Grenadiers, 5:37:00
  2. VAN AERT Wout, Jumbo-Visma, at 1:47
  3. KÜNG Stefan, Groupama – FDJ
  4. DEVRIENDT Tom, Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux
  5. MOHORIČ Matej, Bahrain – Victorious
  6. PETIT Adrien, Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux, at 2:27
  7. STUYVEN Jasper, Trek – Segafredo
  8. PICHON Laurent, Group Arkéa Samsic
  9. VAN DER POEL Mathieu, Alpecin-Fenix, at 2:34
  10. LAMPAERT Yves, Fast-Step Alpha Vinyl Group, at 2:59
  11. TURNER Ben, INEOS Grenadiers, at 4:30
  12. KRISTOFF Alexander, Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux, at 4:33
  13. SÉNÉCHAL Florian, Fast-Step Alpha Vinyl Group, at 4:36
  14. MEEUS Jordi, BORA – hansgrohe, at 4:47
  15. LOUVEL Matis, Group Arkéa Samsic
  16. VAN DER HOORN Taco, Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux
  17. VAN AVERMAET Greg, AG2R Citroën Group
  18. DEGENKOLB John, Group DSM
  19. PASQUALON Andrea, Intermarché – Wanty – Gobert Matériaux
  20. TEUNISSEN Mike, Jumbo-Visma3020


Photograph by THOMAS SAMSON/AFP through Getty Pictures


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