John Degenkolb (TGA) doubly made history when he became the first German since Josef Fischer in1896 to win the Queen of Classics and the first man since Sean Kelly in 1986 to achieve the Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix double in the same year. A frustrated second in 2014, the Giant Alpecin team leader made the right move at the right time to finally outsprint the magnificent seven left in contention on the Roubaix velodrome and snatch his third major classic after Paris-Tours in 2013 and...
The race in pictures
Paris Roubaix 2015 - 12/04/2015 - Compiègne - Roubaix - 253,5 km - France - John DEGENKOLB rejoint rejoint Greg VAN AVERMAET et Yves LAMPAERT à 6 kilomètres du vélodrome. © PresseSports/B.Papon
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