Which edition of Paris-Roubaix was the best? You decide in the final round

Mat Hayman throws his bike to win the sprint
Mat Hayman throws his bike to win the 2016 Paris-Roubaix (Image credit: Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)

Cyclingnews readers have been voting this week to decide which edition of the last 30 years of Paris-Roubaix was the best. 

The voting has trended toward recent memory, with the high-resolution videos of the last decade still etched in the minds of cycling fans.

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Semifinal Heat 1
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
2016Mat Hayman out-sprints Boonen to win six weeks after collarbone break54.2%
2008Boonen gets away to beat Cancellara13.6%
2006Cancellara solos to win after leaders disqualified at level crossing22%
2002Johan Museeuw wins last muddy centenary edition10.2%
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Semifinal Heat 2
Pos.Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
2012Tom Boonen goes long, soloing for 52km to equal record22.7%
2010Fabian Cancellara strong solo sparks motor accusations25.7%
2014Niki Terpstra wins in tactical battle12.8%
2018Peter Sagan escapes 54km out then beats Silvan Dillier38.8%

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