Ian Stannard led Team Sky home in an action packed edition of Gent-Wevelgem. Relive the thrills and spills below.

The race rolled out of Ghent

The race rolled out of Ghent

Ian Stannard and Owain Doull cruising through the early kilometres

Ian Stannard and Owain Doull cruising through the early kilometres

A succession of early crashes caused a few issues

A succession of early crashes caused a few issues

Thankfully we avoided this one...

Thankfully we avoided this one...

Echelons played a major role midway through the race

Echelons played a major role midway through the race

Great to see some British support out on the course

Great to see some British support out on the course

Gianni Moscon battled with Tom Boonen on the Kemmelberg

Gianni Moscon battled with Tom Boonen on the Kemmelberg

Belgium's 'Plugstreets' saw the peloton slim down yet further

Belgium's 'Plugstreets' saw the peloton slim down yet further

Luke Rowe dug deep but was distanced in the last 50 kilometres

Luke Rowe dug deep but was distanced in the last 50 kilometres

Greg van Avermaet was at the heart of the race all day long

Greg van Avermaet was at the heart of the race all day long

And his late attack with Jens Keukeleire proved decisive

And his late attack with Jens Keukeleire proved decisive

The BMC man emerged victorious

The BMC man emerged victorious

Peter Sagan rolled home third, with Stannard in the peloton behind

Peter Sagan rolled home third, with Stannard in the peloton behind

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