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Stunning Sagan adds Paris-Roubaix to legend

09 April 2018

"I feel wonderful, I'm so exhausted, but I was involved in no crashes, had no flat tires and I just kept going", said the 28-year-old Slovak, who at one point was caught on camera using an Allen key to make some onboard repairs as he cycled along at more than 40km/h.

"It is with unimaginable sadness that we have to communicate the passing of our rider and friend Michael Goolaerts", his team, Veranda's Willems-Crelan, said in a statement.

The team said Goolaerts died "in the presence of his family members and loved ones, who we keep in our thoughts".

Television footage showed the 23-year-old receiving CPR treatment from medics by the side of the road after he crashed in the second cobbled sector of the 257-km race.

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Campbell has already on the Gold Coast set one world record as part of Australia's triumphant 4x100m freestyle relay team. Chanu managed to lift 196-kg (86kg+110kg) in a remarkable effort. "I felt like the adrenalin was still going", Jack said.

Goolaerts crashed 109km into the 257km race and was found unconscious by race doctors. His most significant result this season was 20th at Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne.

Peter Sagan won the race ahead of Silvan Dillier of Switzerland.

"I didn't feel that strong actually, I just felt the others wouldn't work together and that it was the right moment", he said of his break.

"I broke a finger recently and didn't think I'd make Paris-Roubaix because of that", he said.

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It is his second win in the "monuments" - cycling's five most prestigious one-day races - following his Tour of Flanders victory in 2016.

The pair exited the final major cobble section of the Carrefour de l'Arbre with 15km remaining with a minute's lead.

"It's really nice to win this race with the world champion jersey".

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"Amazing. I'm so exhausted after this race. I've done my best", Sagan said.

Stunning Sagan adds Paris-Roubaix to legend