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1st Tour de France stage 9, 200
1st Giro d'Italia stage 1, 2005; 15, '06
1st Vuelta a España stage 16, 2005; 2, '06; 3, '07; 6 & 12, '08
World Road Champion 2006-07
Olympic road race champion 2004
1st Liège–Bastogne–Liège 2000, '02
1st Milan–San Remo 2003
1st Giro di Lombardia 2005, '06
1st Clásica San Sebastián 2003
1st HEW Cyclassics 2003
1st Züri-Metzgete 2001, '05
1st overall Tirreno–Adriatico 2004
Italian national road race champion 2003, '06
Giro d'Italia points classification 2005-06
UCI Road World Cup 2002-04
Velo d'Or 2006
Tom Boonen has a chance to do something even the great Eddy Merckx never managed, win a third Ronde...
Alessandro Ballan succeeded in doing what no Italian has done since 'The Gladiator', Andrea Tafi,...
By Brecht Decaluwé in Meerbeke When Swiss strong man Fabian Cancellara started an impressive attack...
This Saturday Quick-Step will send a strong team to support Tom Boonen and 2004 winner Paolo Bettini...
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