22-year-old Adam Yates makes a solo attack over the final climb of the Clásica San Sebastián to nab his first WorldTour victory
Fresh off his third-place finish in France, Alejandro Valverde returns to Saturday's Clasica San Sebastian as one of the favorites.
Valverde quieted critics who said he blew a chance to finish on the Tour de France podium with a big win at the Clasica San Sebastian
Valverde helps forge a break in the final kilometers of the WorldTour race through Basque Country, then drops it to ride in solo for the win
Gallopin's attack over the Alto de Arkale, coupled with some hesitation in the chase, brings the young Frenchman his biggest win yet
A number of riders that finished the Tour de France will line up for Saturday's one-day classic in Spain
Preliminary startlist for the 2012 Clásica San Sebastián
Two endangered Basque races back through 2013
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain (VN) - Philippe Gilbert (Omega Pharma-Lotto) just keeps on winning at will, but there's one race that he's determined to win one day, and that's the world championships.
Andrew Hood takes some snaps at the Clásica San Sebastián.
Clásica San Sebastián
- 1. Philippe Gilbert (Bel), Omega Pharma-Lotto, 5:48:52
- 2. Carlos Barredo Llamazales (Esp), Rabobank Cycling Team, at 0:12
- 3. Greg Van Avermaet (Bel), BMC Racing Team, at 0:14
- 4. Joaquin Rodriguez Oliver (Esp), Team Katusha, at 0:14
- 5. Dries Devenyns (Bel), Quick Step, at 0:14