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Cycling News:

Woods: I blew up and felt like I was just treading water

Michael Woods (EF Education First Pro Cycling) returned to the Tour Down Under for the third time in his short professional career this week. Despite a hillier course than previous years, Woods was unable to best his fifth place on general classification from three years ago, finishing seventh on the final stage at Willunga Hill and seventh on GC. Going into the final stage, and based on previous editions of the race, a group of climbing specialists including Woods, George Bennett (Jumbo-Visma)...


Impey takes his second Tour Down Under title in a row

Daryl Impeys overall victory at the 2019 Tour Down Under on Sunday was the first time that a rider had ever defended their title in 21 editions of the mens event. The Mitchelton-Scott rider had begun the final stage with a 19-second buffer to eventual runner-up Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo), and with the days breakaway hoovering up the bonus seconds available on the stages two intermediate sprints, it was going to come down to the final climb of Willunga Hill to decide the overall winner. Whil...


Tour Down Under: Watch Richie Porte conquer Willunga Hill - Video

It was a case of six in a row for Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) on Willunga Hill, with the Australian climber powering clear to win the final stage of this years Tour Down Under. Porte finished second overall to retain his consistent record in the race and was too good for the opposition for the sixth year in a row on the famous climb. Wout Poels (Team Sky) finished second on the stage, while Daryl Impey (Mitchelon-Scott) dug deep to retain his overall title. Its a hard race for someone like m...


Southam: No one sought to profit from Bevin's Tour Down Under crash

Following Patrick Bevins crash 10km from the end of Saturdays fifth stage from Glenelg to Strathalbyn at the Tour Down Under, there was some uncertainty as to whether the other teams had actually waited for him to come back and if they didnt, whether they should have. With so much at stake both for the sprinters teams looking for the stage win and for Bevin trying to retain his race lead but with the kilometres rapidly ticking down, any lull could only be brief. As Bevin chased back to t...


Bevin cleared to defend Tour Down Under lead after medical checks

Patrick Bevin has been cleared to start the final stage of the Tour Down Under. The race leader crashed heavily on stage 5, and although he eventually finished in the bunch he was taken straight to hospital for X-rays and medical checks. CCC Team announced on Saturday evening that Bevin would need to go through a series of medical tests Sunday morning ahead of the final stage before any confirmation could be confirmed with regards to a possible start. The team stated that Bevin would go through...


White: No one wants to win a bike race because of a crash

Confusion seemed to be the theme at the finish of stage 5 of the Tour Down Under. First came the relegation of Caleb Ewan after he threw a series of headbutts in the direction of eventual winner Jasper Philipsen, and then came the debate over Patrick Bevin and whether he would be penalisd for taking a long tow from his team after a crash occurred inside the final 10 kilometres. At one point an announcement came through that the race jury were looking at two incidents and that two jerseys were u...


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