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05 Apr 2017
Elia Viviani sprinted to Team Sky's best-ever result at Scheldeprijs, finishing second behind Marcel Kittel.
All eyes were on Tom Boonen, racing for the final time in Belgium
The race started in the Classics legend's hometown of Mol
The boys were in a buoyant mood before the off
Luke Rowe kept an eye on Owain Doull
We were all behind our sprinter Elia Viviani
Jon Dibben would later form a crucial part of Viviani's lead-out train
Rowe was strapped up and back in action after his crash at the Tour of Flanders
The race finished with three laps around Schoten
After a fine lead out Viviani battled it out with Kittel for the win
The Italian wasn't able to round the German, who hung on to retain his title
Viviani is still chasing his elusive first win of the campaign - but he's getting closer