Part time sports reporter, full time sports addict.
Adelaide born and bred, but that doesn't mean I don't follow sporting pursuits all over the globe.
Football (Aussie Rules or 'soccer'), Cycling, Cricket, Baseball, Golf, Curling, Hot Dog Eating...doesn't really matter what it is, if we're keeping score, I'm interested.
Will be posting many articles during the 2013 Santos Tour Down Under.
- Member Since:
- November 2012
- Based In:
- Adelaide, Australia
- Favourite Sporting Team:
- Norwood Redlegs
- Favourite Sports:
- AFL, Cricket, Cycling, Football,
Thousands of fans braved the scorching Australia Day sun to come and cheer the riders on the final stage of the Tour Down Under. A German – Lotto Belisol’s Andre Greipel – may have won the stage, but the race this year belonged to the Australians
What a Tour Down Under we’ve witnessed so far, with Stage 5 providing even more highlights for what’s already been an exciting Tour. It’s pretty hard to mount an argument for a more enthralling Tour Down Under than the 2014 version.
Cadel Evans heads into the 2014 Tour Down Under’s final stage – which is always one of the most popular – a mere one second behind Simon Gerrans in general classification.
Stage 5 is likely to have a huge say in who takes overall honours in this year’s Tour Down Under.
Another fantastic day at the Tour Down Under, with Andre Greipel (Lotto Belisol) securing his first win of this year’s event in front of a massive crowd in seaside Victor Harbor.
Stage 4 of the 2014 Tour Down Under leaves inner city Unley on a 148.5 kilometre journey to Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula.