Quick-Step Floors team presentation - Gallery

The Quick-Step Floors team assembled in Belgium on Wednesday night for a team presentation and premiere of the "One Year In Blue" film that looks back at the team's 2016 season. The likes of Tom Boonen and Marcel Kittel were on hand to introduce the film to the audience, having earlier answered questions with the media and posed for photos with fans. At the presentation, Boonen...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Boonen: Even if I win Paris-Roubaix, it will be my last race

Tom Boonen is fresh off a strong winter of training, healthy for the start of the season for the first time in years, and aiming to become the outright record holder for Paris-Roubaix victories when he seeks his fifth title in April. But even if he wins, the 36-year-old Belgian has decided to retire while he is still on top. "It started to hit me at the World Championships that...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Boonen and Kittel work on their speed at team camp - Gallery

The Quick-Step Floors team is back in Calpe, Spain for a new year training camp, with Tom Boonen, Marcel Kittel, Dan Martin and Philippe Gilbert clocking up some quality kilometres. While much of Europe is struggling with freezing temperatures, the Quick-Step Floor riders enjoyed some warm sun on day two of their camp, with many riders in shorts as they did leadout and sprints to...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Boonen to begin final season at Vuelta a San Juan

Tom Boonen will begin the final season of his professional career at the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina, his Quick-Step Floors team has confirmed. Boonen is set to retire after the cobbled Classics this spring and is looking forward to getting his racing underway. The Vuelta a San Juan has replaced San Luis as a starting point for the season, following its cancellation towards the...
Via Cycling News
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Boonen to undergo shoulder op after Paris-Nice crash

PARIS (AP) Former world road champion Tom Boonen will undergo surgery on Wednesday after damaging his left shoulder and elbow in a crash during the Paris-Nice race. The one-day classics specialist, who will miss the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix because of his injury, underwent medical tests that confirmed he suffered an acromioclavicular joint dislocation, and broke his radius...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2015  |  Discuss

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