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Dylan van Baarle turned down Ineos, UAE to join Jumbo-Visma

After winning Paris-Roubaix this spring, Dylan van Baarle was the man of the hour on the rider market. The Dutch rider revealed in an interview in the Dutch media that he was courted by Ineos Grenadiers and UAE Team Emirates before deciding to join Jumbo-Visma on a three-year deal. Speaking...
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Dylan van Baarle Wins Fastest-Ever Edition of Paris-Roubaix

In the 119th edition of the men’s Paris-Roubaix, the 257.2-kilometer slugfest on cobblestones, also known as the “Hell of the North,” proved hellish, but not in the usual sense. Despite multiple crashes and an unusual number of flat tires in the peloton, Ineos Grenadiers made history with their first Paris-Roubaix win, with Dylan Van Baarle arriving at the velodrome first with a dominant solo effort.

Dylan van Baarle goes from last to first at Paris-Roubaix

If there has been one stand-out team of the 2022 spring Classics season, then Ineos Grenadiers surely takes the title, having followed their victories at Amstel Gold Race and Brabantse Pijl with the one to crown them all, Paris-Roubaix on Sunday. The title is the first of Paris-Roubaix's famous cobblestone...

Dylan van Baarle wins thrilling Paris-Roubaix

Dylan van Baarle (Ineos Grenadiers) won Paris-Roubaix after attacking alone on the cobbles of Camphin-en-Pévèle with 18km remaining. The Dutchman came home 1:47 clear of Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), who outsprinted Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ) to second place. Van Baarle was full value for his victory, given that...
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Dylan van Baarle solos to Paris-Roubaix win after frenetic edition

Dylan van Baarle's attack 19km from the line was enough to secure Ineos Grenadiers' first-ever Paris-Roubaix win after a frenetic day's racing in northern France. The 29-year-old built on a superb spring, which included finishing second at the Tour of Flanders, by attacking multiple times throughout the day, his final one on the Camphin-en-Pévèle cobbled sector proving decisive.
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Tadej Pogačar apologised to Dylan van Baarle after Tour of Flanders frustration

Tadej Pogačar apologised to Dylan van Baarle for his angry outburst following the Tour of Flanders on Sunday. Van Baarle revealed that Pogačar had said sorry for his moment of frustration, captured on video after the sprint which saw the Dutchman claim second ahead of the Slovenian, who ended up finishing fourth.

Vuelta a España crash puts Dylan van Baarle and Adam Yates on injury list

Ineos Grenadiers, one of the teams hardest hit by the crash near the front with more than 50 kilometres to go on stage 12 of the Vuelta a España, said four of its riders, including Adam Yates and Dylan van Baarle, sustained some injuries on Thursday though after a further medical assessment on Friday morning, all were cleared to start.