Sprinting to victory in stage 7, André Greipel makes it three wins in a row for his Lotto – Soudal team at the Giro d'Italia.
Though André Greipel counts more grand tour stage wins, he can't match the popularity of his countryman and rival sprinter Marcel Kittel.
André Greipel is the strongest sprinter in Italy, jumping early on an uphill run to the line in stage 5 to win ahead of Arnaud Démare.
Greipel, Kittel, and Ewan each head to the Giro d'Italia with something to prove, and the early flat stages are pregnant with opportunity.
André Greipel has had a rough start to the 2016 season, but he remains ambitious for the upcoming Giro d'Italia
TrainingPeaks takes a look at the numbers from André Greipel's breakaway ride at Tour of Flanders — the wattage stats are impressive.
Roubaix favors the dark-horse pick — here are five men who could surprise and why they've got a shot at winning the cobblestone trophy.
Will Sunday's cobbled race end with a mad dash to the line thanks to a long run into Wevelgem, or will an opportunist take over?
Marcel Kittel, Alexander Kristoff, and André Greipel headline a strong roster of sprinters set to take on Paris-Nice
André Greipel wil not start Sunday's Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, an early season classics tune-up that favors sprinters.