American Aaron Gwin crushed the competition to take the first win of the season with a four-second gap over second place finisher Loic Bruni. Here’s Gwin’s race run.
Here’s a recap of the overall action from Lourdes.
You may be familiar with the weekend’s other race, the 2015 Paris-Roubaix. Most revered of cycling’s Monuments, France’s Hell of the North put on an all-time show, complete with train interference and a velodrome sprint. John Degenkolb comes away with his second Classics victory of the year after winning Italy’s Milan-San Remo in March.