"The 33"-Road Bike Racing - Paris-Roubaix
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03-25-03, 10:36 AM
What do you think ?
Is the old gladiator Musseuw able to win Paris-Roubaix once again ?
Most likely this season is the last, no wonder he´s turning 38.
03-25-03, 12:39 PM
Sure, he could win again but let's not get ahead of ourselves. We have some great events between now and then. The Ronde (Tour of Flanders) and the mid-week classic Gent-Wevelgem on April 6th and 9th.
Museeuw would love to win the Ronde as much as Paris-Roubaix, as it is a World Cup event and is in his home country (Belgium).
I believe this year will be a breakthrough year for new riders. A new era of names will begin this year.
So Paris Roubaix we may see a new face and new faces on top.
But of course Musseuw has to be seen as a top contender and all the teams know that as well.
03-26-03, 03:59 AM
ah sure, I always forget Gent-Wevelgem...
To me, the season somehow begins with Paris-Roubaix - than I know that it´s pro-cycling time again.
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