Stybar recovered from illness ahead of Paris-Roubaix

Zdenek Stybar (Deceuninck-Quickstep) looking serious before Paris-Roubaix

Zdenek Sybar ( Deceunick-QuickStep ) says that he has fully recovered from the illness that hampered him at last week's Tour of Flanders. However, he says that he will not know if it will impact him at Sunday's Paris-Roubaix until he gets into the race. Stybar was not the only rider that felt sick last week, with Philippe Gilbert also coming down with a virus. Stybar believes he may have caught the illness from his teammate after the riders roomed together over the weekend of the E3 BinckBank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem. He says that he has been able to train as he would normally this week and is hoping it all holds together for the weekend. "Now, if I'm sitting doing nothing then I feel fine, but it's more about maximum intensity when you go really deep then you feel how the body is," Stybar said. "It's a question I ...

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