Mathew Hayman wins the 114th edition of Paris-Roubaix ahead of Tom Boonen and Ian Stannard
Elia Viviani, hit by a race moto after a crash in Arenberg, was one of several riders injured on a hectic day on the cobblestones of
Fabian Cancellara's final Paris-Roubaix didn't go as hoped, but the Swiss star says he enjoyed it to the end.
After another strong showing in Roubaix, 35-year-old Tom Boonen can't see any reason why he should hang up the bike just yet
Aussie Matthew Hayman wins his first Paris-Roubaix title in his 15th attempt, leaving him in "total disbelief" at the Roubaix velodrome.
Watch Peter Sagan's unbelievable save as he hops over a crashing Fabian Cancellara's bike on the Roubaix cobblestones.
37-year-old Mathew Hayman delivers a stunning Paris-Roubaix victory, outsprinting Tom Boonen and Ian Stannard in the velodrome
Scenes from the start of Paris-Roubaix, the "Queen of the Classics"
Tom Boonen is in the hunt for a fifth Paris-Roubaix title aboard a Specialized S-Works Roubaix
Paris-Roubaix 2016 tackles 27 sectors of cobblestones, and we did a little digging on Strava to find each and every corresponding KOM.