This is a tale of two differing fortunes - one of victory, one of second place. It's often like that in bike racing, but it's rarely so vivid in its harshness. Haussler made the perfect move in the final moments of the 2009 edition of Milano-Sanremo. He left nothing to chance, put in the perfect sprint, and he had it. He had it all the way until he reached the line, where Mark Cavendish gobbled up the win, spat out Haussler's remains, and continued on to one of the most successful sprinting seasons we've ever seen.