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Thwaites joins Vitus Pro Cycling

Scott Thwaites will drop down to Continental level and return to racing in Britain, signing for Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother after his contract at Dimension Data was not renewed. Thwaites career was thrown into jeopardy in March last year when he suffered several fractured vertebrae in a training crash. After a lengthy rehabilitation process, he returned to racing in July but soon explained that his outlook on his career had changed and he was considering doing something away from the sport. ...


Tour Down Under: Impey and Bevin square up in GC battle - Podcast

We have a bumper edition of the Cyclingnews podcast after stage 4 of the Tour Down Under. We hear from Richie Porte, Daryl Impey, Patrick Bevin, Matt White, Tom Southam, and Michael Woods. The stage saw Impey edge out overall leader Patrick Bevin and reduce the New Zealand riders advantage to just seven seconds with two days of racing remaining. The stage came alive on the Corkscrew climb, with Porte, George Bennett, Wout Poels and Michael Woods - the best four climbers in the race - going cle...


Down but not out: Drops team remain ambitious after difficult winter

After losing their title sponsor last November, the 2018-2019 off-season was a difficult one by anyones standards for the Drops team. Despite that, the team have now dusted themselves off and are preparing to start afresh at next months Setmana Valenciana. The British squad were getting ready to start preparations for their season debut at the Womens Tour Down Under but were forced to drop everything to save the team. It was another blow for Drops after previous title sponsor Trek pulled out ea...


Woods: Tour Down Under is Bevin's to lose

Michael Woods (EF-Education First) has said the Tour Down Under is now Patrick Bevins to lose, after he and other climbers failed to put time into the overall race leader and 2018 champion Daryl Impey on stage 4. Woods attacked with Richie Porte, Wout Poels, and George Bennett on the Corkscrew climb but they were caught by Bevin, Impey and other members of a reduced peloton on the descent into Campbelltown, where Impey sprinted to the stage win. A couple of guys were grabbing their brakes a bi...


Watch as Daryl Impey wins Tour Down Under stage 4 - Video

Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) won stage 4 of the Tour Down Under after a select group of chasers swept up an attack by Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo), Michael Woods (EF Education First), George Bennett (Jumbo-Visma) and Wout Poels (Team Sky) on the Corkscrew climb.  Their strong move looked serious and the four worked well together. However, the descent was fast and furious, with Mitchelton-Scott riding hard to close the attack down and set up Impey. The South African came from the back of the...


George Bennett sees podium chances fade despite Corkscrew attack

George Bennett (Jumbo-Visma) put the hammer down on the Corkscrew climb on stage 4 of the Tour Down Under but was left empty-handed when he and his breakaway companions were caught before the finish line. Bennett crossed the line in sixth place, with Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) winning the stage ahead of overall leader Patrick Bevin (CCC Team). The result means that, due to bonus seconds on the line, Bennett lost ground and now sits seventh overall at 21 seconds. A podium or top five overal...


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