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In Australia, it’s time for recovery with Tour Down Under

Removed from the calendar for two years due to Covid, The Tower below Australia rises from the ashes on Tuesday Cycling season Start a regiment like never before under the yoke of successful youth.

During epidemics, race director Stuart O’Grady Succeeded in maintaining the event under respiratory support by providing 100% national version. Four months after the Worlds in Wollongong marked Australia’s return to the international cycling scene, the Tour is back in its planetary format with six-stage training in and around Adelaide.

Many big names, including the British, have made the trip Geraint Thomas, Simon Yates And Chris FroomeAmong an armada of local stars like Michael Matthews, Jay HindleyThe winner of the last Giro, or Ben O’Connor.

We’ll have to wait a little longer to see the peloton’s biggest stars clip their pedals to the race. World champion Remco Evenepoel Arrived in Argentina where it will be back at the end of January Tower of San Juan, race is also freed from resurrection. We will have to wait until February to see the match again Dadej Pokharin the Tour of the United Arab Emirates, and the outgoing winner of the Tour de France Jonas WingegardIt locates Paris-Nice.

such as Mathieu van der Boel And Wood Van AertThey now continue to escape cyclocross with the World Championships of the discipline on February 4 in the Netherlands.

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