Schlagwort-Archive: Herald Sun Tour

Dylan van Baarle (Team SKY) gewinnt Herald Sun Tour

Letzte Etappe:
1 Kristoffer Halvorsen (Nor) Team Sky 1:55:56
2 Dion Smith (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott
3 Brenton Jones (Aus) KordaMentha Australian Team
4 Alex Frame (NZl) Trek-Segafredo
5 Tom Scully (NZl) EF Education First Pro Cycling
6 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
7 Wouter Wippert (Aus) EvoPro Racing
8 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling
9 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky
10 Theodore Yates (Aus) Drapac Cannondale Holistic
11 Nicholas White (Aus) Team Bridgelane
12 Chris Harper (Aus) Team Bridgelane
13 Owain Doull (GBr) Team Sky

Gesamtwertung:
1 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 13:24:38
2 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:24
3 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling 0:01:52
4 Chris Harper (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:02:13
5 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
6 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:02:25
7 Kenny Elissonde (Fra) Team Sky 0:02:30
8 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky 0:03:21
9 Dylan Sunderland (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:04:29
10 Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:04:55

Bergwertung:
1 Christian Knees (Ger) Team Sky 48 pts
2 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 48
3 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 44
4 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling 24
5 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo 16
6 Cyrus Monk (Aus) EvoPro Racing 12
7 Hayden Mccormick (NZl) Team Bridgelane
8 Owain Doull (Gbr) Team Sky 8 pts
9 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott

Teamwertung:
1 Team Sky 40:16:52
2 Mitchelton-Scott 0:04:38
3 Team Bridgelane 0:09:00
4 Trek-Segafredo 0:15:09
5 Team Sapura Cycling 0:32:51
6 EF Education First 0:34:39
7 Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:41:17
8 Kordamentha Real Estate National Men’s Team 0:43:55
9 Evopro Racing 0:46:33
10 Oliver’s Real Food Racing 0:51:22
11 Drapac Cannondale Holistic Development Team 1:06:16
12 St George Continental Cycling Team 1:08:17

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4. Etappe:
1. 7 Nicholas SCHULTZ (MTS) AUS 2h45:42
2. 27 Dylan VAN BAARLE (SKY) NED +0
3. 53 Chris HARPER (BLN) AUS +1:45
4. 77 Alistair DONOHOE (ACA) AUS +2:14
5. 21 Kenny ELISSONDE (SKY) FRA +2:14
6. 31 Michael WOODS (EF1) CAN +2:14
7. 2 Lucas HAMILTON (MTS) AUS +2:14
8. 11 Richie PORTE (TFS) AUS +2:27
9. 54 Dylan SUNDERLAND (BLN) AUS +2:39
10. 26 Pavel SIVAKOV (SKY) RUS +2:39
Gesamtstand:
1. 27 Dylan VAN BAARLE (SKY) NED 11h28:42
2. 7 Nicholas SCHULTZ (MTS) AUS +24
3. 31 Michael WOODS (EF1) CAN +1:52
4. 11 Richie PORTE (TFS) AUS +2:09
5. 53 Chris HARPER (BLN) AUS +2:13
6. 21 Kenny ELISSONDE (SKY) FRA +2:19
7. 2 Lucas HAMILTON (MTS) AUS +2:21
8. 26 Pavel SIVAKOV (SKY) RUS +3:10
9. 54 Dylan SUNDERLAND (BLN) AUS
10. 1 Damien HOWSON (MTS) AUS +4:44

Bergwertung:
1. 24 Christian KNEES (SKY) GER 48 pt
2. 7 Nicholas SCHULTZ (MTS) AUS 48
3. 27 Dylan VAN BAARLE (SKY) NED 44
Teamwertung:
1. SKY TEAM SKY (27, 21, 26) 8h21:59
2. MTS MITCHELTON – SCOTT (7, 2, 1) +1:30
3. BLN TEAM BRIDGELANE (53, 54, 57) +3:06
4. TFS TREK – SEGAFREDO (11, 17, 16) +10:26
5. TSC TEAM SAPURA CYCLING (111, 113, 112) +14:58
6. EF1 EF EDUCATION FIRST (31, 37, 33) +22:25
7. AUS KORDAMENTHA REAL ESTATE NATIONAL MEN’S TEAM (47, 42, 41) +24:05
8. OLI OLIVER’S REAL FOOD RACING (61, 62, 65) +24:48
9. ACA PRO RACING SUNSHINE COAST (77, 72, 75) +27:17
10. EVO EVOPRO RACING (103, 106, 101) +28:20

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3. Etappe:
1 Owain Doull (GBr) Team Sky 3:28:47
2 Luke Rowe (GBr) Team Sky
3 Liam White (Aus) Drapac Cannondale Holistic 0:00:29
4 Luke Mudgway (Aus) EvoPro Racing 0:00:36
5 Ryan Cavanagh (Aus) St George Continental
6 Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver’s Real Food Racing
7 Neil Van Der Ploeg (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:00:39
8 William Clarke (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
9 Nathan Elliot (Aus) KordaMentha Australian Team 0:00:42
10 Kristoffer Halvorsen (Nor) Team Sky 0:01:19
11 Brenton Jones (Aus) KordaMentha Australian Team
Gesamtstand:
1 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling 5:12:32
2 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo 0:00:04
3 Kenny Elissonde (Fra) Team Sky 0:00:27
4 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:29
5 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 0:00:31
6 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky 0:00:53
7 Chris Harper (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:00:54
8 Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:57
9 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
10 Robert Stannard (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:02:04
11 Dylan Sunderland (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:02:08
12 Sam Jenner (Aus) KordaMentha Australian Team
13 Jarlinson Pantano Gomez (Col) Trek-Segafredo
14 Peter Stetina (USA) Trek-Segafredo

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1 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling 2:55:44
2 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
3 Kenny Elissonde (Fra) Team Sky 0:00:17
4 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 0:00:19
5 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
6 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky 0:00:43
7 Chris Harper (Aus) Team Bridgelane
8 Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
9 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
10 Robert Stannard (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:01:54
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Gesamtstand:
1 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling 5:12:32
2 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo 0:00:04
3 Kenny Elissonde (Fra) Team Sky 0:00:27
4 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:29
5 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 0:00:33
6 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky 0:00:53
7 Chris Harper (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:00:57
8 Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
9 Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott

Mike Woods made it two for two for EF Education First Pro Cycling Team at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour. The Canadian out-climbed and then out-sprinted Richie Porte (Trek-Segafredo) to take the stage two win.
Woods will start stage three in the race leader’s jersey worn by his teammate Dan McLay during Thursday’s stage.

“We have been riding so well as a team here in Australia,” said Woods. “It had been frustrating that I hadn’t been able to finish it off. Dan felt the same way. Everyone was doing his part, executing on his part, but the results weren’t reflecting that. This race. Today. It was a continuation of the great teamwork. Having Dan win yesterday was a bit of a release.
“Everyone was excited and rode out of their skin again today,” Woods added. “Mitch [Docker] and Scud [Tom Scully] were on the front all day controlling and still managed to make the front split in the wind. Dan McLay was in yellow and getting bottles and protecting me. Lachy was there in the end. Everyone was working so hard for me, and I wanted to honor their hard work.”
A six-rider breakaway escaped early into the 127 kilometer stage between Wonthaggi and Churchill. The leaders managed only a three-minute maximum advantage ahead of the bunch paced by Docker and Scully.
Just inside the final 40 kilometers, first a crash and then an uptick in speed due to winds split the peloton.
“It wasn’t a problem for us,” said sport director, Tom Southam. “Sky hit it in a small crosswind section, and it caught Jimmy [Whelan] out unfortunately, which meant we had one less for the climb. But having a smaller bunch reduced the potential complications in the group for Mike, so that was fine for us.”
The stage came to a climax up Jeeralang, the category one climb that topped out 12-kilometers from the finish and included a 1.1-kilometer dirt-road section near the summit.
Team Sky’s Pavel Sivakov and Bridgestone’s Chris Harper were the first to attack. Kenny Elissonde (Sky) bridged the gap, giving Sky two up front. Behind the leaders, an elite chase group formed that included Woods, Porte, Dylan van Baarle (Sky) and Mitchelton-SCOTT’s trio of Lucas Hamilton, Damien Howson and Nick Schultz.

As the chase group made grounds on the leaders, Woods attacked and only Porte could follow. The pair reached the gravel sector alone with Woods leading Porte across the summit.
„We reconned this stage three days ago,” said Woods. “Southam spent over five hours in the car, driving to the course, driving behind me, to make it happen. We had a long talk about the stage, and we executed exactly as we had planned. It was a huge advantage, and it paid off. It couldn’t have gone better today.”
Although Woods slightly distanced Porte uphill, the pair agreed to work together on the descent to keep their chasers at bay. They reached the line together with Woods besting Porte in the sprint. Their efforts netted them a 17-second advantage on Elissonde and 19 seconds on both van Baarle and Hamilton.
Having picked up a 10-second bonus for the stage win, compared to Porte’s six seconds for second place, Woods holds yellow by four seconds over Porte heading into stage three.
“We’ve got such a strong team right now and have been riding so well together,” said Woods. “I’m confident in our abilities to defend. That said, four seconds over one of the best climbers in the world is not a margin you can rest on. We’re gong to have to be smart, and I’m going to have to lean on my teammates heavily.”
Woods has grown increasingly comfortable with the leaning that leads to winning.
“I’ve learned so much over the last three years,” said Woods. “Every year I’m progressing. Last year I took a big step in terms of finding the front of a race on a regular basis, but I hadn’t yet figure out how to win. It’s only been in the last six months that I’m starting to figure out that part. And I’m enjoying that quite a bit. It’s a lot more fun to be at the front of the race, having expectations and living up to them on occasion. To be 32 and feel like you have this whole world to still learn and understand and explore, it’s really exciting.”
“Mike is a born winner,” said team founder Jonathan Vaughters. “He’s learning how to use his talents, and as he learns, we’ll see him win more and more.”
The Jayco Herald Sun Tour continues on Friday with a 161-kilometer stage between Sale and Warragul. While hilly, it’s not a big day for the general classification.
“There are only a small number of guys close on the general classification now,” said Southam. “We just have to focus on that and the rest will take care of itself.”
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Herald Sun Tour 1. Etappe

1 Daniel Mclay (GBr) EF Education First Pro Cycling 2:16:58
2 Kristoffer Halvorsen (Nor) Team Sky
3 Wouter Wippert (Aus) EvoPro Racing
4 Theodore Yates (Aus) Drapac Cannondale Holistic
5 Robert Stannard (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
6 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky
7 Dion Smith (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott
8 Tom Scully (NZl) EF Education First Pro Cycling
9 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
10 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling
11 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
12 Owain Doull (Gbr) Team Sky
13 Dylan van Baarle (Ned) Team Sky 0:00:04
14 Brenton Jones (Aus) KordaMentha Australian Team
Gesamtstand:
1 Daniel Mclay (GBr) EF Education First Pro Cycling 2:16:48
2 Kristoffer Halvorsen (Nor) Team Sky 0:00:04
3 Wouter Wippert (Aus) EvoPro Racing 0:00:06
4 Ayden Toovey (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:00:08
5 Theodore Yates (Aus) Drapac Cannondale Holistic 0:00:10
6 Robert Stannard (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
7 Pavel Sivakov (Rus) Team Sky
8 Dion Smith (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott
9 Tom Scully (NZl) EF Education First Pro Cycling
10 Lucas Hamilton (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
11 Michael Woods (Can) EF Education First Pro Cycling
12 Richie Porte (Aus) Trek-Segafredo
13 Owain Doull (Gbr) Team Sky
14 Christian Knees (Ger) Team Sky 0:00:12

Clarke powers to the podium in Sun Tour Prologue

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Will Clarke en route to the finish line at Melbourne’s Southbank. © Mark Gunter

Will Clarke has claimed Drapac Professional Cycling’s first podium of the 2014 Jayco Herald Sun Tour with third place in the twilight 2.5km Prologue through the Melbourne CBD.

The Tasmanian clocked a time of 3:02.51 and played a waiting game in the hot seat as one of the early riders on course, only to be gradually be usurped by New Zealand’s Tom Scully (3:01.08) and finally Jack Bauer (Garmin Sharp) who came into the finish line in a time of 3:00.90.

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