Posts Tagged "Simon Gerrans"

While the stage finishing atop of Willunga Hill is considered to be the ‘Queen stage’ of the Santos Tour Down Under, Stage 2 from Stirling to the hilltop finish in Paracombe may be the most difficult one that race director Mike Turtur has ever produced.

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Race Results: Youngster Miles Scotson (BMC), in his first ever race for a world tour team has come up trumps with a blistering attack in the final two kilometres to win the Australian National Championships.

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Since the 2015 Road World Championships in Richmond USA, the relationship between Simon Gerrans and Michael Matthews has soured. The real concern for Orica-BikeExchange is the feud spillover and affecting team dynamics.

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A week after dominating the Tour Down Under, top Australian cycling team Orica-GreenEDGE will boast the strongest contingent in the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road race.

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As Roar Expert Felix Lowe wrote in his Tour Down Under preview, “stability is a great thing, but stagnation is only just around the corner.”

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The 2016 Tour Down Under will be remembered for the outstanding performances of two riders from the same team.

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Caleb Ewan capped a near-perfect week for the Orica-GreenEDGE cycling team at the Tour Down Under by winning the final stage.

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Simon Gerrans will cap a dream week when the top Australian cyclist secures his fourth Tour Down Under title.

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As I wrote yesterday, I felt Simon Gerrans victory over Corkscrew in Stage 3, would be enough for him to win this year’s Santos Tour Down Under.

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Stage 5 of the Tour Down Under is the decisive part of the race, with the old foe of Willunga Hill to be competed against. It comes up twice on the course, and the final time up should decide who will win the race overall.

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Simon Gerrans has just about consigned last year’s horrors to the dustbin of cycling history.

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It’s only three seconds, but I reckon Simon Gerrans has as good as won the 2016 Tour Down Under.

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Simon Gerrans is back, with the Australian cycling star winning stage three of the Tour Down Under and taking the overall lead.

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Perhaps Simon Gerrans’ luck is turning, if not as quickly or completely as he would have wanted.

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Yesterday’s hills will be in the legs of the riders as they take on the first real general classification day of the race, with the final ascent and descent of the Corkscrew Road climb set to destroy the peloton and leave only the best.

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After the opening day sprint, the Tour Down Under riders face their first difficult challenge, with the 132 kilometres of Stage 2 to Stirling.

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Three-time Tour Down Under champion Simon Gerrans says winning a fourth title would be just as special as his first.

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Australian Simon Gerrans is one of four abandons from the Tour de France following a major crash just over 100km into the third stage, won by Joaquim Rodriguez.

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At the Tour de France, all the main stories are about those who are going to stand on the podium of the Champs-Élysées at the end of three weeks of the hardest riding you will come across anywhere.

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The three Grand Tours are without doubt the hardest bike races in the world. What makes the Tour de France just that little bit more special than the Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a Espana is that everyone is there to do something special.

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