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Porte: I don't see Bevin winning Tour Down Under, but Impey can

Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) navigated his way through a hectic stage 5 at the Tour Down Under, where crosswinds caused multiple splits throughout and a crash in the final 10km caught out current race leader Patrick Bevin (CCC Team). The aggressive stage was lit up by Jumbo-Visma, Bora-Hansgrohe, Deceuninck-QuickStep and Team Sky on a number of occasions, who piled on the pressure as the race turned east away from the coast and hit crosswinds. Despite several splits occurring in the peloton, ...


Tafi sets February deadline to find a team for Paris-Roubaix

Andrea Tafi has set a deadline of early February to find a team for his Paris-Roubaix comeback. The 52-year-old Italian hasn’t raced since his retirement after the 2005 edition of the ‘Hell of the North’, but announced in October 2018 that he was looking to rejoin the professional ranks for the 2019 edition, the 20th anniversary of his victory there.  In the first week of February I want clarity, he said in an interview with Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad. “I can’t say anything about it yet....


Controversy at the Tour Down Under - Podcast

Were at the Tour Down Under and weve seen one of the most dramatic stages in the races history, with a relegated winner and a crash and major scare for the overall leader on stage 5. Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) crossed the line first, but was relegated by the race jury for a headbutt on Jasper Philipsen (UAE Team Emirates), who was promoted to victory. In the GC, Patrick Bevin (CCC Team) crashed inside the final 10km but was paced back to the bunch to retain his lead. Hes back in the team hotel ...


Tour Down Under: Gibbons moves into white jersey for final stage

Ryan Gibbons arrived at the Tour Down Under as Dimension Datas seventh choice general classification candidate but, going into Sundays final stage, he finds himself fourth on GC and leading the young rider white jersey competition. The South African-registered team came to the 2019 WorldTour opener with a former Tour Down Under winner in Tom-Jelte Slagter, along with proven climber Ben OConnor, and puncheur Michael Valgren in a squad with a number of options. Speaking after the stage 5 finish ...


Nacer Bouhanni: I'm ready to ride wherever, with whomever

Nacer Bouhanni and his Cofidis team appear to have ironed out their tensions - if not completely buried the hatchet - as the Frenchman looks ahead to the new season with renewed vigour. Bouhanni has fallen out with team management on a number of occasions in the past 18 months, with the turning point seemingly being Cédric Vasseurs arrival as team manager - at the expense of Yvon Sanquer - mid-way through 2017. However, he ended 2018 on a high, with a stage win at the Vuelta a España, and, af...


Watch as drama unfolds on stage 5 of Tour Down Under - Video

It might have been a flat day, but stage 5 of the Tour Down Under was the most dramatic of the race so far, with crosswinds, crashes, and even a relegation on the finish line.  As the peloton turned east away from the coast, the stiff wind was suddenly blowing across the road, causing continual splits in the bunch for a sustained period of panic. The peloton was all together but still on edge when overall leader Patrick Bevin (CCC Team) was caught up in a big crash 10km from the finish. The Ne...


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