Gilbert wins Tour of Beijing
BEIJING (AP) Former world champion Philippe Gilbert of Belgium won the Tour of Beijing by three seconds over Dan Martin of Ireland on Tuesday. Gilbert held onto his overall lead
Martin wins stage, Gilbert retains overall lead
Martin of Ireland won the 157-kilometer (97-mile) fourth stage of Tour of Beijing on Monday, while Belgium's Philippe Gilbert retained the overall lead. Martin clocked 4 hours, 12 minutes, 14 seconds on the mountain-top finish at Mentougou
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Mezgec of Giant-Shimano was second at the Qianjiadian Chao Yang Temple finish line with Nikolas Maes coming third. Philippe Gilbert held onto his overnight red leader's jersey. The Belgian is five seconds ahead of Reinardt Janse van Rensburg
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Rodriguez attacked on the last climb to try and catch him. Nibali couldn't keep up, but Valverde, Gerrans and Philippe Gilbert quickly joined in, forming a formidable pack of pursuers. But even though Kwiatkowski never opened up a gap of
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Spain after first winning it in 2008. The Spaniard also finished second in last year's edition. Peter Sagan and Philippe Gilbert , two other pre-race favorites, both withdrew during the event.
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uphill finish and failed to get the Ardennes double after winning the Walloon Arrow on Wednesday. In a disappointing race, the favorites played the waiting game until late, and Philippe Gilbert paid the price, finishing only seventh.
Valverde wins Walloon Arrow Classic for 2nd time
the Walloon Arrow classic ahead of Daniel Martin of Ireland and Michal Kwiatkowski of Poland. Pre-race favorite Philippe Gilbert , who won the last two classics over the past eight days, never got among the leaders on the mile-long (1,600