Paris-Roubaix-Rider Dies,3rd Ld-Writethru

Paris-Roubaix-Rider Dies,3rd Ld-Writethru

Paris-Roubaix-Rider Dies,3rd Ld-Writethru

Veranda's Willems-Crelan Cycling team said in a statement that Goolaerts died of cardiac arrest and that all medical assistance to try to save him "was to no avail".

He was helicoptered to a hospital in Lille. Goolaerts hadn't raced it before and crashed in the second of the course's 29 cobblestone sections, which make up about 20% of the course, while making a right-hand turn.

Tour of Flanders victor Niki Terpstra, of the Netherlands, arrived home third at the 257km race, even 54.5km of them become the most famed cobbled businesses in northern France.

Dillier's classy ride was enough to seal second, with former victor Niki Terpstra (Quick-Step Floors) completing the podium.

Goolaerts rode in support of cyclo-cross world champion Wout van Aert of Belgium.

Sagan exhibited great sangfroid at a nail-biting ending by the finish of their "Hell of those North" to add to his own 2016 Tour of Flanders title.

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Goolaerts is your third largest Belgian rider to die in the last couple of years during a race. I said before the race that my goal was to do my best. "Thank you to all my team mates".

The Slovak is the first reigning world champion to win Paris-Roubaix since Bernard Hinault in 1981. He was reeeled in, but his Quick Step-Floors team mate Zdenek Stybar jumped away from the main pack 75 km from the line as the Belgian outfit sought to blow up the race.

An investigation has been launched into the death of a Belgian rider during Sunday's Paris-Roubaix classic.

Only Dillier could keep the Bora-Hansgrohe rider's wheel until the final one and a half laps at the Velodrome, where he was outsprinted by Sagan.

The Slovakian attacked 54 kilometers from the finish and bridged alone to the day's breakaway and drove the group to the finish.

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