Rabobank's second place good enough for Flecha

By Brecht Decaluwé in Kuurne

Going into the final lap of Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne it was Rabobank's Juan Antonio Flecha who launched the first of many attacks against Quick Step's dominance in the breakaway group. The Spanish Classics specialist didn't get far, but paved the way for his young team-mate Sebastian Langeveld to escape in the final kilometres, together with eventual winner Steven De Jongh.

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