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inCycle: A look back at the Paris-Roubaix podium from 2004 - Video

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Floris Gerts has time to celebrate and point to the BMC logo

Floris Gerts has time to celebrate and point to the BMC logo
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Magnus Bäckstedt kisses his 2004 Paris-Roubaix cobble

Magnus Bäckstedt kisses his 2004 Paris-Roubaix cobble
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Tristan Hoffman on the pave at the 2004 edition of Paris-Roubaix

Tristan Hoffman on the pave at the 2004 edition of Paris-Roubaix
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Roger Hammond beats Tom Boonen to fourth place at the 2010 edition of Paris-Roubaix

Roger Hammond beats Tom Boonen to fourth place at the 2010 edition of Paris-Roubaix
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Robert Child is the Performance Biochemist for Katusha

Robert Child is the Performance Biochemist for Katusha
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Emma Johansson (left) and Lizzie Armitstead look to each to determine who won the sprint for Flanders

Emma Johansson (left) and Lizzie Armitstead look to each to determine who won the sprint for Flanders
(Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)

This week's episode of inCycle features Dutch neo-pro Floris Gerts (BMC) describing his first race win as a professional, Dr. Rob Child provides a breakdown of his role as Performance Biochemist at Katusha and the 2004 podium from Paris-Roubaix reflect on what makes the 'hell of the north' so hard and so special, describing the emotion of arriving in the velodrome with a chance of winning.

There is also insight into the Women's Tour of Flanders with Wiggle-High5 sports director Egon van Kessel.

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