Impey becomes first male to win back-to-back titles at Tour Down Under

South African Daryl Impey has created history today, becoming the first male to win back-to-back Tour Down Under titles with a third-place finish on the final stage. After winning on countback in 2018, Impey finished behind...

Bevin Battles to Finish Race and Secure Sprint Jersey

A battered and bruised Patrick Bevin showed resilience and determination on the final stage of the Santos Tour Down Under to push through injuries sustained in a crash on stage five to finish the...

2019 Santos Tour Down Under – Stage 6 Preview

Article submitted by twitter user @cyclingbolar Here we go, the final day where the riders finish on Richie Porte Hill. Porte has won this stage for the last 5...

Philipsen grabs first World Tour Stage win as Ewan is relegated.

Jasper Philipsen put his name on the first victory of the 2019 year for UAE Team Emirates.   The 20-year-old new professional only needed five days of racing to take his first win in...

Tour Down Under Stage Five: Bevin Down But Not Out

Patrick Bevin experienced the highs and lows of cycling on stage five of the Santos Tour Down Under with the race leader putting another five seconds into his General Classification rivals, before crashing in the final 10...

2019 Santos Tour Down Under – Stage 5 Preview

Article submitted by twitter user @cyclingbolar After two GC days we now head back to the sprinters for their last time to win this race. There is a chance...

Impey wins stage four of Tour Down Under

Defending champion Daryl Impey has taken an emotional victory on stage four of the Tour Down Under, recovering over the famous Corkscrew climb to sprint to victory ahead of race leader Patrick Bevin (CCC Team).Despite his overall victory last year,...

Bevin Sprints to Second Place and Retains Ochre

Patrick Bevin’s dream run at the Santos Tour Down Under continued on stage four with the race leader successfully neutralizing attacks on the Corkscrew climb before sprinting to second place on the fast run into the finish...

2019 Santos Tour Down Under – Stage 4 Preview

Article submitted by twitter user @cyclingbolar The Corkscrew and descent to Campbelltown is back. In 2013 Cadel Evans won the stage solo by 25 seconds ahead of Nathan Haas,...

Peter Sagan sprints to first win of the year at the Tour Down Under

In a carbon copy of stage 4 of the 2018 race, the Slovak National Champion, Peter Sagan, used his local knowledge to take the win on a punishing stage from Lobethal to Uraidla. While the terrain was...