VN podcast, ep. 88: How Sagan won Paris-Roubaix

We are on the ground in Roubaix for one final podcast from the cobbled classics, and it's a doozy — Paris-Roubaix!

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Peter Sagan finally succeeded in winning Paris-Roubaix, doing it in the most audacious way imaginable. Andrew Hood and Dane Cash were on the ground in France to witness the world champion’s second career monument victory. They discuss how the race played out, what it means for Sagan, and also speak to Zdenek Stybar and Philippe Gilbert to find out why their Quick-Step freight train went off the rails.

As you may know, Sunday also was tragic. Michael Goolaerts, 23, died of heart failure at Paris-Roubaix. Our deepest condolences to his friends and family.

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