Ewan edges toward ending his Mitchelton-Scott career

Caleb Ewan (MItchelton-Scott)

Barring any unexpected late call-ups to late-season races, Caleb Ewan 's time at Mitchelton-Scott was set to come to an end with the Tour of Britain circuit race in Central London on Sunday, closing a difficult few months for the sprinter. Ewan had seemed at odds with his team since his non-selection for the Tour de France this July, and his teammates were unable to control a five-rider move on the British Tour's penultimate stage into Mansfield, leaving him just London to end his season on a winning note. "They've told me that this is my last race of the year but obviously there are other races so they may decide to put me in another one, I don't know…" said Ewan as he attempted to pull on a pair of skin-tight overshoes before the damp start to stage 7 of the Tour of Britain at Norton Bridge. He faced ...

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