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AUSvsGBR: a breakdown of team pursuit times

AUSvsGBR: a breakdown of team pursuit times

In one of the fastest pursuits ever ridden, the Australian team triumphed over Great Britain by over a second to win in 3:52.727 in London overnight. A fast start put the Aussies in a good position but a solid turn by Sir Bradley Wiggins in closing kilometre did put the home team in front… for just two laps. Here is a summary of the times for what was a most compelling 4,000 metres of cycling.

 

Pursuit-final-times

 

 

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  • So, @nathanpeterhaas wears the green jersey in stage 3. But only as caretaker. 
Points classification is led by Caleb with Peter Sagan ranked second. 
But, a relatively recent rule change means that world or national champions can opt out of wearing a classification jersey... if THEY are a caretaker (ie. not leader). Clear?
  • Good to see @calebewan back@in@the #TDU leader’s jersey. 
Hear our interview with him on the TDU @soundcloud station.

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