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Mitchelton-SCOTT women looking to continue their successful run at GP Plouay with a bolstered squad

Mitchelton-SCOTT women looking to continue their successful run at GP Plouay with a bolstered squad

Mitchelton-SCOTT women are looking to continue their successful run of results at next week’s GP de Plouay Lorient Agglo, the third women’s WorldTour race of the 2020 season, bringing a solid six-rider squad that includes Australians Sarah Roy, Gracie Elvin and Grace Brown, who make their return to racing after spending the lockdown months in Australia. World champion Annemiek …

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Yates in the mix on explosive final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine

Yates in the mix on explosive final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine

Sun 16 Aug 2020 UAE Tour winner Adam Yates was in the mix throughout the explosive and gripping final stage of the Criterium du Dauphine. The British climber was amongst the group of general classification favourites for the majority of the day, before eventually going on to take 11th across the line. Relentless StartIt was …

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Haig takes fourth from the breakaway on stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine

Haig takes fourth from the breakaway on stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine

Sat 15 Aug 2020 Ruta del Sol stage winner Jack Haig climbed to fourth place on stage four of the Criterium du Dauphine after a long day out in the breakaway. The Australian made it into the decisive break on another mountainous stage, but was unable to go with a late attack on the final …

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Mitchelton-SCOTT miss the early and decisive move in II Lombardia

Mitchelton-SCOTT miss the early and decisive move in II Lombardia

Sat 15 Aug 2020 Young Australian Robert Stannard was the highest finisher for Mitchelton-SCOTT today in the second monument of the modified 2020 season, II Lombardia, with 53rd place after the decisive race winning move came much earlier than anticipated with a group going away with 70km to go. From then on the race remained the …

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Another tough day in the mountains for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage three of the Criterium du Dapuhine

Another tough day in the mountains for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage three of the Criterium du Dapuhine

Fri 14 Aug 2020 It was another hard day out in the mountains for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage three of the Criterium du Dauphine. UAE Tour winner Adam Yates and Ruta del Sol stage winner Jack Haig both made it into the select group of general classification contenders on the final climb before being distanced in …

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Basque climber Mikel Nieve to head a mixed Mitchelton-SCOTT squad at II Lombardia

Basque climber Mikel Nieve to head a mixed Mitchelton-SCOTT squad at II Lombardia

Thu 13 Aug 2020 Mitchelton-SCOTT continue racing in Italy this week with the second monument of the modified 2020 season, II Lombardia, led by talented climber Mikel Nieve. The ever consistent 36-year-old will be the Australian outfit’s main hope for a result in the one-day race, following on from his recent top-ten overall finishes in …

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Yates the last man standing for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage two of the Criterium du Dauphine

Yates the last man standing for Mitchelton-SCOTT on stage two of the Criterium du Dauphine

Thu 13 Aug 2020 UAE Tour winner Adam Yates was the last man standing for Mitchelton-SCOTT on a punishing day in the mountains on stage two of the Criterium du Dauphine. The high pace on the final climb eventually proved too much for the Brit in his first race back since February, with the 28-year-old coming …

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Impey sprints to second on demanding day at the Criterium du Dauphine

Impey sprints to second on demanding day at the Criterium du Dauphine

Wed 12 Aug 2020 South African Daryl Impey sprinted to second place on a tough opening stage of the Criterium du Dauphine, narrowly missing out on the win in Saint-Christo-en-Jarez. The 35-year-old battled to be in contention on a hilly first day of racing, but the former Dauphine stage winner couldn’t get around Wout van …

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Stannard takes his chance at Gran Piemonte for eighth place

Stannard takes his chance at Gran Piemonte for eighth place

Wed 12 Aug 2020 Australian Rob Stannard put in an impressive ride on his way to a top-10 finish at a punishing edition of the Gran Piemonte. The 21-year-old was in the mix in an attacking finale after the team had lost Australian champion Cameron Meyer and Kiwi Dion Smith to a crash, with Stannard …

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Mitchelton-SCOTT continue Italian race program at Gran Piemonte

Mitchelton-SCOTT continue Italian race program at Gran Piemonte

Mon 10 Aug 2020 Mitchelton-SCOTT continue their Italian race program as they line-up for another one-day race at the hilly Gran Piemonte. The core of the team from the recent stint of racing in Italy remains, with the addition of Australian Lucas Hamilton, who comes in fresh off the back of the Czech Tour. Ethiopian climber …

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