Ewan: 'No other race I've dreamt of winning'

Ewan: 'No other race I've dreamt of winning'

After a handful of near-misses, Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan finally collects long-awaited Tour de France stage win in his race debut.

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Centimetres apart, years in the making: Caleb Ewan’s first Tour win

TOULOUSE, France (CT) – For a victory so tight, there was a sense of inevitability about Caleb Ewan’s first Tour de France win. In a career to this point defined by promise, consistency, and sometimes thwarted ambition, a throw past Dylan Groenewegen in Toulouse closed a chapter of Ewan’s career, and opened another. The question … The post Centimetres apart, years in the making: Caleb Ewan’s first Tour win appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Ewan battles to first Tour victory

Ewan battles to first Tour victory

Caleb Ewan claimed his first ever Tour de France victory with a gutsy sprint win in Toulouse, the Aussie sprinter bouncing back after he was forced to stop within the final 10 kilometres behind a fallen Soudal Lotto team mate.

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Ewan battles to claim maiden Tour de France win

Ewan battles to claim maiden Tour de France win

Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan (Soudal Lotto) claimed his maiden Tour de France victory with a gutsy sprint win in Toulouse, coming back to take the win after having to stop within the final ten kilometres behind a fallen team-mate.

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Teams prepare for anything and everything in dynamic stage 12

Stage 12 features two major climbs and a long, fast descent to the finish. Teams and riders are preparing for anything and everything. Read the full article at Teams prepare for anything and everything in dynamic stage 12 on VeloNews.com .

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Commentary: Vaughters rewrites the book on cycling’s doping era

Jonathan Vaughters's new book "One-Way Ticket: Nine Lives on Two Wheels" sheds new light on pro cycling's 'EPO era' Read the full article at Commentary: Vaughters rewrites the book on cycling’s doping era on VeloNews.com .

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Rohan Dennis will target the UCI hour record

Rohan Dennis will try to break the UCI hour record, likely after the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo Read the full article at Rohan Dennis will target the UCI hour record on VeloNews.com .

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Richie Porte: “I hit my head pretty hard”

Supported by TOULOUSE, France (CT) — Richie Porte will be checked for a concussion, his team confirmed Wednesday, following a high-speed crash some 30 kilometers from the finish of Wednesday’s stage that also took out the majority of his Trek-Segafredo team. “I hit my head pretty hard, so I guess we’ll see how that is,” Porte told … The post Richie Porte: “I hit my head pretty hard” appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Stems of the peloton: the stems the pros are using at the 2019 Tour de France

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We've rounded up some stems from the Tour de France, and there is plenty of interesting ones amongst this year's peloton...

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Rights to privacy outweighs using helmet cams to record journeys in case of collision says EU data waatchdog

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Draft guidance opened to public consultation also says recording mustn't be continuous

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Is this the end for helmetcam footage? Rights to privacy outweighs using helmet cams to record journeys in case of collision says EU data watchdog

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Draft guidance opened to public consultation also says recording mustn't be continuous

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Is this the end for helmetcam footage? Right to privacy outweighs recording journeys in case of collision says EU data watchdog

Jeremy Vine footage screenshot, via Twitter.PNG

Draft guidance opened to public consultation also says recording mustn't be continuous

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Colnago goes fully mainstream, dropping seatstays and grams with new V3Rs

The V3RS is an all-new lightweight racer

V2-R replacement is available with both rim brakes and discs

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Tour de France stage 11: Caleb Ewan wins by a tire width in Toulouse

The pint-sized Australian narrowly beat Dylan Groenewegen to win the first Tour stage of his career. Read the full article at Tour de France stage 11: Caleb Ewan wins by a tire width in Toulouse on VeloNews.com .

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Tour de France Stage 11: Caleb Ewen takes the sprint, Julian Alaphilippe remains in yellow

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Lotto-Soudal sprinter edges out Dylan Groenewegen to take maiden Tour stage

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Tour de France Stage 11: Caleb Ewan takes the sprint, Julian Alaphilippe remains in yellow

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Lotto-Soudal sprinter edges out Dylan Groenewegen to take maiden Tour stage

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Boardman: ‘Whatever comes next we could get a Prime Minister who understands the importance of cycling'

Boardman: ‘Whatever comes next we could get a Prime Minister who understands the importance of cycli

George Smith 17 Jul 2019 Steering clear of the 2019 Tour de France to concentrate on his day job, we caught up with Chris Boardman to talk cycling as transport Absent as a commentator and pundit for this year's Tour de France coverage on ITV4, instead focusing on his role as Greater Manchester’s first ever commissioner for walking and cycling, Chris Boardman exudes positivity about the future of policy in this area. ‘I think the future will be good for active travel, and we probably need it because we couldn’t afford anything else,’ laughed Boardman, thinking about the prospect of a Boris Johnson premiership. ‘Regardless of your politics, and I think we all watch with head in hands at the moment, one of the things that we could get out of whatever comes next is a Prime Minister who understands the importance of cycling’. To this day Johnson remains intensely ...

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Tour de France: Ewan pips Groenewegen in photo finish on Stage 11

Tour de France: Ewan pips Groenewegen in photo finish on Stage 11

Joe Robinson 17 Jul 2019 Australian sprinter takes close call against Gronewegen into Toulouse Caleb Ewan produced an electrifying sprint into to Toulouse to beat Dylan Groenewegen in a photo finish and take the first Tour de France stage win of his career. The Australian held his nerve sitting in the wheel of Groenewegen before pipping the Dutchman into second on the line. Elia Viviani managed to roll in third but never really figured in the fight for the stage that was one through the sheer will and power of Ewan, who was visibly ecstatic at the finish. It was an impressive victory for the 24-year-old who was left to chase back onto the front of the race in the final 8km after being caught out in a minor crash and ride to the finish without a lead-out. As for the race lead, Julian Alaphilippe surfed the wheels into the ...

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Kruijswijk encouraged by Jumbo-Visma success

The Dutchman believes he and his team have the goods to challenge in the mountain stages that loom. Read the full article at Kruijswijk encouraged by Jumbo-Visma success on VeloNews.com .

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Dimension Data to become Team NTT in 2020

Dimension Data to become Team NTT in 2020

George Smith 17 Jul 2019 Currently having a lacklustre Tour de France after making the mistake of leaving Mark Cavendish at home, Dimension Data announce a rebrand South African-registered WorldTour team Dimension Data are to be rebranded as Team NTT for the 2020 season and have announced that Matteo Sobrero, 22, and Samuele Battistella, 20, will step up from their Continental feeder team to the WorldTour. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT), a large telecommunications company, has been the parent company of Dimension Data since 2010, with all Dimension Data operations excluding those in South Africa and the Middle East becoming a full part of NTT at the start of July 2019. The change in name is only being billed as a rebranding, with senior figures and operations at the team likely to remain unchanged into the new season. The announcement of the change was dominated by the news that young ...

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