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Talking points: E3 Prijs and Ghent-Wevelgem

Sagan, Cancellara, Omega Pharma, Sky and how the weather’s making the racing more exciting

E3 Prijs analysis: eyes on the prijs

Fabian Cancellara took his first Classic win for two years, with a solo win at the E3 Prijs

Talking points: Milan-San Remo

Reflections on Milan-San Remo: Ciolek, Cancellara, Sagan, Chavanel, Stannard, and how much is too much?

Milan-San Remo analysis: patience is a virtue

Gerald Ciolek was the shock winner of Milan-San Remo, but should we have been that surprised?

Strade Bianche analysis: goodnight Siena

Cannondale took the Strade Bianche race apart piece by piece, deploying strong riders with intelligent tactics, and were rewarded with a one-two, with Moreno Moser winning ahead of Peter Sagan in Siena

Comment: nightmare result for dream team

The entire peloton rode for Team GB and Mark Cavendish to lose the Olympic road race. Perfectly reasonable, says Edward Pickering

Comment: it’s déjà-vu, all over again

The Tour de France organisers need to take action to prevent the race stagnating, argues Lionel Birnie

Stage three analysis: Sagan again

Peter Sagan won his second stage in three days, with a fearsomely effective uphill sprint into Boulogne

Ghent-Wevelgem analysis: the rise and fall and rise of Tom Boonen

Tom Boonen took his second WorldTour race in three days, winning a tense sprint in Ghent-Wevelgem

Milan-San Remo analysis: clever boy

Brains beat brawn in the opening Classic of 2012, with Simon Gerrans outsprinting Fabian Cancellara at the end of an absorbing race. Cycle Sport looks at how he did it