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Paris-Roubaix’s cobbled sections

A list of the 28 cobblestoned sectors on this year's Paris-Roubaix one-day classic, which begins Sunday in Compiegne north of Paris and finishes in the Roubaix velodrome after 259.5km of racing. Race organisers ASO (Amaury Sports Organization) have ranked each sector on a scale of one to five, five being the most difficult. Only three sectors are ranked five — the Arenberg Forest at 163.5km, Mons-en-Pevele at 210.5km and the Carrefour de l'Arbre at 242km. In total, cobblestoned sectors make up 52.8 km of the race's total, 100 meters more than last year.

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A list of the 28 cobblestoned sectors on this year’s Paris-Roubaix one-day classic, which begins Sunday in Compiegne north of Paris and finishes in the Roubaix velodrome after 259.5km of racing.

Race organisers ASO (Amaury Sports Organization) have ranked each sector on a scale of one to five, five being the most difficult.

Only three sectors are ranked five — the Arenberg Forest at 163.5km, Mons-en-Pevele at 210.5km and the Carrefour de l’Arbre at 242km.

In total, cobblestoned sectors make up 52.8 km of the race’s total, 100 meters more than last year.

The 28 cobblestoned sectors, their distances from the start, their lengths and their rankings:

28 (Troisvilles, Km 98): 2200 m (ranked 3)
27 (Viesly, Km 104.5): 1800 m (3)
26 (Quievy, Km 107): 3700 m (4)
25 (Saint-Python, Km 112): 1500 m (2)
24 (Vertain, Km 119.5): 2000 m (3)
23 (Le Buat, Km 126.5): 1700 m (3)
22 (Verchain-Maugre at Querenaing, Km 138): 1600 m (3)
21 (Querenaing at Maing, Km 141): 2500 m (3)
20 (Monchaux-sur-Ecaillon, Km 144): 1600 m (3)
19 (Haveluy, Km 155.5): 2500 m (4)
18 (Arenberg forest, Km 163.5): 2400 m (5)
17 (Wallers at Helesmes, Km 170): 1600 m (4)
16 (Hornaing at Wandignies, Km 176.5): 3700 m (3)
15 (Warlaing at Brillon, Km 184): 2400 m (3)
14 (Tilloy at Sars-et-Rosieres, Km 187.5): 2400 m (3)
13 (Beuvry-la-Foret at Orchies, Km 194): 1400 m (3)
12 (Orchies, Km 199): 1700 m (3)
11 (Auchy-lez-Orchies at Bersee, Km 205): 1200 m (2)
10 (Mons-en-Pevele, Km 210.5): 3000 m (5)
9 (Merignies at Pont-a-Marcq, Km 216.5): 700 m (2)
8 (Pont-Thibaut, Km 219.5): 1400 m (3)
7 (Templeuve, l’Epinette, Km 225): 200 m (1)
(Moulin de Vertain, Km 225.5): 500 m (2)
6 (Cysoing at Bourghelles, Km 232): 1300 m (4)
(Bourghelles at Wannehain, Km 234.5): 1100 m (4)
5 (Camphin-en-Pevele, Km 239): 1800 m (4)
4 (Carrefour de l’Arbre, Km 242): 2100 m (5)
3 (Gruson, Km 244): 1100 m (2)
2 (Hem, Km 251): 1400 m (1)
1 (Roubaix, espace Charles-Crupelandt, Km 257): 300 m (1)