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Talking points: Tour of Flanders

Cancellara, Shack, Lotto, Sagan, Sky and the new route

Comment: short-changed by the route change

The new parcours of the Tour of Flanders gave us a great winner, but an underwhelming race.

Tour of Flanders analysis: never two without three

Tom Boonen took a record-equalling Tour of Flanders win, outsprinting Filippo Pozzato and Alessandro Ballan in Oudenaarde.

BMC: crunch time in Flanders

The world’s richest team is banking on a good performance at the Tour of Flanders, after a quiet start to the season.

Flanders blog: the Boom! generation

With just two days to go until the Tour of Flanders, we look at how the new route reflects the changing face of cycling as a sport

Classic races: Tour of Flanders 1992

The 1992 Tour of Flanders followed the usual pattern – an escape going early in the race. But did the peloton know what they were doing by giving unknown Frenchman Jacky Durand a 22-minute head start?

In Flanders fields: race analysis

Before the race, all the predictions were of a one-man show. But the 2011 Tour of Flanders threw up surprise after surprise.

Flanders blog: The best race in the world (part II)

Was the 2011 event the best Tour of Flanders in living memory? Our reaction to a brilliant day’s racing.

Flanders blog: Essential, last-minute tactics for the Ronde

Background knowledge, analysis and predictions for today’s big race.

Flanders blog: Cycling geek heaven

Cycle Sport spends an afternoon at the Tour of Flanders museum