Luke Rowe looking to turn Team Sky's classics fortunes around at Paris-Roubaix

Luke Rowe (team Sky)

On the eve of the final race of the 2019 cobbled Classics, Luke Rowe told reporters that Team Sky ’s campaign had not lived up to expectations. However, the Welshman is still determined to turn things around for himself and the team with Sunday’s Paris-Roubaix . Rowe came into the spring classics in strong form with a good showing in the crosswinds of Paris-Nice, but had a difficult return to the cobbles getting his ‘head kicked in’ at E3 BinckBank Classic. There was a promising sixth at Dwars door Vlaanderen but the Tour of Flanders did not go to plan. He decided to skip Scheldeprijs while he got himself ready for Paris-Roubaix. “I’ve been in Belgium now for two and a half weeks it has been a long few weeks. We’ve said that we’ve got a strong team and we are looking to come to these races to compete for ...

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