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Belgium’s Remco Evenepoel attacks late for victory in Liège classic

Remco Evenepoel won the Liège-Bastogne-Liège one-day race on Sunday, claiming his first Monument classic after launching a brutal attack on the penultimate climb of the day. The 22-year-old, the first Belgian to win the oldest classic race in 11 years, attacked near the top of the Côte de la Redoute, 30km from the finish, and never looked back.
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Elated Remco Evenepoel: 'I'm really proud to finally be up there with the big guns'

A delighted Remco Evenepoel said that leading the Tour of the Basque Country with one day to go was evidence that he can compete with the best general classification riders. The Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl rider attacked on a false flat during the latter stages of the penultimate climb on a relentlessly tough stage five, the Belgian bringing seven riders with him but crucially not previous race leader Primož Roglič.
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Primož Roglič too strong for Remco Evenepoel in Tour of the Basque Country opening stage time trial

Primož Roglič won the opening stage of the Tour of the Basque Country, which started with an individual time trial around the coastal town of Hondarribia. Remco Evenepoel powered his way through the 7.5km course, becoming the first rider to set a time under 10 minutes. However, nothing could be separated between the Belgian and Roglič, the pair finishing just five seconds apart as they proved their discernible level above the rest of the peloton.
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Remco Evenepoel hit with driving ban for speeding offence

Remco Evenepoel (QuickStep-AlphaVinyl) has been banned from driving for three weeks and handed a fine for speeding. The offence dates back to November 2020 but the sanctions were only handed down at a court in Belgium on Wednesday. According to various Belgian media reports, Evenepoel was clocked driving at 125...
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Remco Evenepoel takes assured overall win at Volta ao Algarve

Remco Evenepoel sealed an assured overall victory on the final stage five, finishing in the lead group on the summit finish and having enough of a buffer on GC to celebrate as he crossed the line. The Belgian let his rivals go as they contested the stage victory on the...
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