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The 2017 Three Days of De Panne (Dutch: Driedaagse De Panne–Koksijde) was the 41st edition of the Three Days of De Panne cycling stage race. The race included four stages over three days, from 28–30 March 2017. It was rated as a 2.HC event in the 2017 UCI Europe Tour.

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  • The 2017 Three Days of De Panne (Dutch: Driedaagse De Panne–Koksijde) was the 41st edition of the Three Days of De Panne cycling stage race. The race included four stages over three days, from 28–30 March 2017. It was rated as a 2.HC event in the 2017 UCI Europe Tour.
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  • The 2017 Three Days of De Panne (Dutch: Driedaagse De Panne–Koksijde) was the 41st edition of the Three Days of De Panne cycling stage race. The race included four stages over three days, from 28–30 March 2017. It was rated as a 2.HC event in the 2017 UCI Europe Tour. The race was won by Quick-Step Floors rider Philippe Gilbert, after he attacked on the Muur van Geraardsbergen during the race's opening stage and soloed away to the victory by 17 seconds from his nearest competitor. He ultimately won the race by 38 seconds ahead of Trek–Segafredo's Matthias Brändle, while the podium was completed by Alexander Kristoff from Team Katusha–Alpecin, who won the second stage of the race. Kristoff's consistent finishing over the stages won him the points classification, while Gilbert won the sprints classification, primarily from his opening-day attack. In the race's other classifications, Sport Vlaanderen–Baloise rider Piet Allegaert was the winner of the mountains classification, Simone Consonni from UAE Team Emirates was the winner of the Bernard Van de Kerckhove Trophy, as the best-placed rider under the age of 23 – in thirteenth place overall – while Trek–Segafredo won the teams classification, as Brändle, Edward Theuns and Boy van Poppel all finished within the top ten placings in the general classification.
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