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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Peter Sagan
Peter Sagan of Slovakia won his first big classic of the season, dominating a four-way sprint to win the E3 Harelbeke on Friday.
Peter Sagan showed off his uphill sprinting skills to win the third stage of the weeklong Tirreno-Adriatico race and Michal Kwiatkowski took the overall lead on Friday.
Marcel Kittel outsprinted rival Peter Sagan to win the second stage of Dubai Tour on Thursday, and American rider Taylor Phinney took third to pad his overall lead.
"I got excited when I saw this stage was in the race," Sagan said. "I wanted to do well and it went great."
"I hope so," Sagan said when asked if this win boosted his credentials for San Remo. "We've now entered a very important part of the season."