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Greg Van Avermaet beats Peter Sagan to victory in GP de Montréal

The Olympic champion won a reduced bunch sprint to beat Sagan and Diego Ulissi to victory in the Canadian one-day race Yuzuru SUNADA Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet 1 (BMC) continued his fine form in Canada on Sunday night, winning the Grand Prix Cyclistes de Montr al one-day race ahead of Peter Sagan 2 (Tinkoff).

The WorldTour race, characterised by the short, sharp and brutal climbs along it s 12km route saw a flurry of attacks in the last two laps of the 17 the peloton had to take on, but it came down to an almost bunch sprint in the end. > > > I m a simple guy who just wants to ride his bike 3 Fabian Grellie (Direct Energie), Sean De Bie (Lotto-Soudal), Jasha S tterlin (Movistar), Lukas P stlberger (Bora-Argon 18), Matteo Dal-Cin and Benjamin Perry of Canada got 5-25 as the day s main breakaway, but never looked likely to succeed and were eventually caught within 30km to go.

Marcin Bialoblocki smashes Alex Dowsett’s 10-mile time trial record with 16-35

New men’s and women’s national 10-mile time trial competition records sets in ‘perfect conditions’ in Yorkshire on Saturday – Marcin Bialoblocki records time of 16-35 – Anna Turvey clocks 19-08 Marcin Bialoblocki Both the men s and women s national 10-mile time trial 1 competition records fell in East Yorkshire on Saturday in near perfect conditions for the SSLL Racing Team 10-mile event at South Cave.