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Is this really happening?

It was neither the UCI nor the Amaury Sports Organisation (ASO) which made the latest move in the ongoing power struggle between two of cycling's well-known players. Instead, it was the French Cycling Federation (FFC) taking a step into the fray when it said that it would require Paris-Roubaix to be registered on one of the UCI's calendar.

Not sure what this even means, though for the first time this year it doesn't sound like things are getting worse.