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The agony and ecstasy of Milan-San Remo – Analysis

SANREMO ITALY MARCH 16 Lucas Plapp of Australia and Michael Matthews of Australia and Team Jayco AlUla cheer at the end of the 115th MilanoSanremo 2024 a 288km one day race from Pavia to Sanremo on March 16 2024 in Sanremo Italy Photo by Sara CavalliniGetty Images

Jasper Stuyven described Milan-San Remo as a race of a thousand scenarios and this year’s race saw many of them play out in what was surely the most intense, most exciting and most thrilling final hour of racing of the season.

Jasper Philipsen edged out Michael Matthews and Tadej Pogacar in the sprint finish along the barriers in the Via, Roma but before that final moment, the race could have gone so many different ways. Even 24 hours after the race it is still difficult to take it all in, to understand and appreciate it all.

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