Ewan not contemplating failure at Tour Down Under

Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) making his first race appearance of 2019 at the Bay Crits

A confident Caleb Ewan will make his WorldTour debut in Lotto Soudal colours at the Tour Down Under , and the pocket-rocket sprinter has his focus on winning at least one stage of the race. The Australian made a well-publicised move from Mitchelton-Scott to Lotto Soudal over the winter, with the Belgian team hoping their new signing would replace their former long-standing sprinter, Andre Greipel. Ewan picked up a couple of morale-boosting wins in January's Bay Crits series, but with Elia Viviani and Peter Sagan on the start list at the Tour Down Under, the competition will be far fiercer. "Obviously, we are going for a few stage wins, but at least one would be good. It won't be a great result if I haven't won a stage by the end of the race. There are definitely three stages suited for a sprint finish – maybe four. The other three ...

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