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Amanda Spratt wins Santos Women's Tour
Amanda Spratt wins Santos Womens Tour

The Orica-Scott rider took the lead on the first day and became the sixth winner of the Australian race.

The former Australian champion won the opening stage and Orica-Scott did a good job to protect the position in the next three stages.

The fourth stage of the Santos Women's Tour was won by Kirsten Wild of Cylance Pro Cycling, who also got the third spot in the overall classification. The podium was completed by Janneke Ensing of Ale Cipollini.

Caleb Ewan Wins a Hot First Stage
Riders Battle Heat as Caleb Ewan Wins Stage 1

Stage shortened after temperatures exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.

The Road Race season started in blazing temperatures down under. Orica Scott favourite Caleb Ewan won stage 1 of the UCI WorldTour in Lyndoch, Australia on Tuesday. Organizers cut the stage short after temperatures reached 103 degrees fahrenheit.

The small Aussie pipped Team Sky's Danny Van Poppel to the line, with Bora – Hansgrohe’s new sprinting ace Sam Bennett third.

Cylance Pro Cycling Goes 1-2 in Adelaide
Cylance Pro Cycling Goes 1-2 in Adelaide

Kirsten Wild wins stage 2 of Santos Women’s Tour, Rachele Barbieri places second.

The 2017 Santos Women’s Tour in Australia once again played host to the season premiere of Cylance Pro Cycling. Going into the four-stage race the team circled stage two as the day we could put everything we worked on in training camp together and put a Cylance Pro Cycling Rider on the top step of the podium.

Stage 3 of the Santos Women’s Tour is the final real opportunity to upset the general classification, where Kirsten Wild currently sits in third place, 50” behind race leader Amanda Spratt (Orica-Scott).

Strong Showing for BORA - hangorhe Down Under
Strong Showing for BORA - hangorhe Down Under

BORA - hansgrohe take second and third in Tour Down Under opening criterium.

The Tour Down Under started today with a criterium to whet both the riders’ and fans’ appetites for a hard week of racing in Australia.

The race proper starts on Tuesday, where riders will take on an undulating 145km route, starting with a punishing climb up Humbug Scrub, before tackling a tough final circuit ridden three times ahead of the downhill final run into the finish in Lyndoch.