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:
- Football, Cycling, Cricket, AFL,
Tonight, the UCI will crown a new elite Men’s World Champion, as the final event of 2013 UCI Road World Championships week concludes with the biggest race of them all, the Elite Men’s Road Race. Join us for live updates from 9.00pm AEST. The race gets underway in the Tuscan city of Lucca and heads […]
Philippe Gilbert of BMC Racing has turned in a stunning sprint finish to win Stage 12 of the Vuelta a Espana and claim his first win as the reigning World Champion. Since winning the World Championship last year, Gilbert has struggled to perform at the levels were accustomed to, with many fearing the curse of […]
Stage 12 of the 2013 Vuelta a Espana takes the riders on a 164 kilometre ride from Maella to Tarragona, a relatively flat stage with just one categorized climb on the route, up the Category 3 Alto del Collet which is 7.5 kilometres in length at a gentle 3.6% average gradient. With the climb coming […]
The 2013 Tour de France finished the same way it began, with a stage win to rising star Marcel Kittel of Argos-Shimano. The young German showed that he is the next big thing in sprinting as he denied Mark Cavendish (Omega Pharma-Quick Step) a fifth straight win on the Champs-Elysees. Kittel’s Argos-Shimano team-mates got their […]
After three weeks of hard slog, the riders of the 2013 Tour de France are within touching distance of Paris in Stage 19, a casual 133km from the Palace of Versailles to the Champs-Elysees. We’ll have live updates from 4.30am AEST. The riders finish the stage by doing ten laps up and down the Champs-Elysees, […]
Chris Froome launched a blistering attack on the slopes of Mont Ventoux to silence the doubters and claim Stage 15 of the Tour de France, and probably the race itself. With so much written about the cracks appearing in Team Sky and questioning whether Froome could hold the yellow jersey all the way to Paris, […]