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Topic - Philippe Gilbert
Philippe Gilbert of Belgium won the Amstel Gold Race for the third time on Sunday, clinching the 49th edition in the hills of the southern Netherlands.
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.
Portuguese rider Rui Alberto Costa won the eighth stage of the Tour de France after withstanding a late attack from Philippe Gilbert on Saturday, while Thor Hushovd kept the leader's yellow jersey.
Philippe Gilbert won the first stage of the Tour de France on Saturday to take the yellow jersey, with defending champion Alberto Contador losing more than a minute because of a late crash.
"I went for it at the steepest part and was happy I could hold on to my lead," Gilbert said.
Asked by Belgian television whether he might win all three Ardennes classics - the Amstel Gold Race, La Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege - as he did in 2011, Gilbert said "I've started well in any case."