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The prestigious Paris-Tours, starting tomorrow morning in Brou, is offering the world's elite teams one last opportunity to be seen on a classic or to dream of success, before the winter break leading them to 2018. Fernando Gaviria, the sprinter who triumphed in 2016, starts as absolute favourite. But, for the 111th edition of the ‘classic of the fallen leaves', the return of the two historical hills in the finish could as well thumb the nose at the odds one last time.

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The 111th edition of Paris-Tours which will start from Brou on Sunday 8th October is up for grabs for the world's elite sprinters, in particular Colombian Fernando Gaviria, the winner in 2016. Mark Cavendish and André Greipel, a pair of riders who have tasted success throughout the world during their careers, have never triumphed on Avenue de Grammont. They will be among the favourites this year.

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22 teams selected

22 teams that will start take part in the 111st edition of Paris-Tours on Sunday 8 October 2017 in Brou (Eure-et-Loir).

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It has become a tradition, the 111st edition of Paris-Tours will start from the department of Eure-et-Loir. For the first time, the riders will start this year from Brou on October 8th.

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The 110th edition of Paris-Tours looked very promising at the start of the race in Dreux. The "classic of the fallen leaves", a dress rehearsal for next week's World Championships, was drawn for a sprinter, and while a fast man did prevail at the end of the 252.5 km race, few could have foreseen the way it unfolded. Indeed, today a sprinter foiled the sprinters. Etixx-Quick-Step's Colombian phenomenon Fernando Gaviria exploited a fleeting deceleration in the peloton to sneak away and grab...

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