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Video: Dwars door Vlaanderen highlights

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Jelle Wallays (Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise) wins Dwars door Vlaanderen

Jelle Wallays (Topsport Vlaanderen-Baloise) wins Dwars door Vlaanderen
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The breakaway in Dwars door Vlaanderen

The breakaway in Dwars door Vlaanderen
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Matt Goss lays in a ditch after crashing during Dwars Door Vlaanderen.

Matt Goss lays in a ditch after crashing during Dwars Door Vlaanderen.
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One of several crash victims in Dwars door Vlaanderen

One of several crash victims in Dwars door Vlaanderen
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The leaders take a smoother route in Dwars door Vlaanderen

The leaders take a smoother route in Dwars door Vlaanderen
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The 2015 Dwars door Vlaanderen

The 2015 Dwars door Vlaanderen
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Wednesday's Dwars door Vlaanderen in Belgium was a wild ride from start to finish as crashes and debatable tactics played into the finish, which saw Belgian Pro Continental team Topsport Vlaanderen take the top two spots out of a four-rider breakaway that included World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski and Cannondale-Garmin's Dylan Van Baarle. 

Kwiatkowski's Etixx-QuickStep team blamed Van Baarle for the outcome, claiming his failure to cooperate with Kwiatkowski doomed both their chances. But Van Baarle said he as waiting for the world champion to pick up the chase.

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