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André Greipel wins first sprint in two years in Spain

André Greipel powered his way to a sprint victory in Spain, his first win in two years. The 38-year-old sprinting star has struggled for results in recent seasons, dealing with illness and contract changes, which all left him without a victory since January 2019. But this year, now in his...
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André Greipel to retire at end of 2022

André Greipel may have come up short against the renewed vigour of Mark Cavendish while racing at the Tour of Turkey this week but the veteran German intends to continue fighting for sprint victories until planned retirement in 2022 when he will turn 40. "I have always said that when...
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André Greipel plans retirement for the end of 2022

André Greipel has revealed his plans to retire at the end of the 2022 season. The German sprinting star, who has the most wins of any active rider in the men’s peloton, said he doesn’t want to continue racing into his 40s and that he wouldn’t accept a new contract if he was offered one.