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Nationals gallery: under-23 TT – presented by Cervelo

Nationals gallery: under-23 TT – presented by Cervelo

For his final TT campaign at the nationals in the under-23 category, Callum Scotson has repeated his winning efforts from 2016 and 2017.

With thanks to Jean-Pierre Ronco and our sponsors for the nationals galleries, Cervélo, we present a collection of images from yesterday’s race.

Last year he was on a BMC TeamMachine as part of that brand’s development team, this year Callum Scotson is racing a Scott bike with the Mitchelton-BikeExchange team. He covered 29.5km in 39:22. It was fast, seven seconds better than his team-mate, last year’s under-23 road race winner Sam Jenner, and good enough for a third successive title for the South Australian.

Conditions are warming up in Buninyong and Cycling Australia has already announced that the under-23 road race on Saturday will be cut back to 92.8km because of the hot weather that is forecast for the weekend. (The Gran Fondo that was meant to be part of the national championship weekend has also been cancelled because of the heat.)

Scotson lost radio contact but knew what was required of him on Thursday: ride fast. He did that (again) and got a green and gold jersey (again). New team, same result.

 

Below is a collection of photos from the championships by Jean-Pierre Ronco, presented by Cervélo.

– Galleries from the criteriums: women | men

– Find out more about the Cervélo range by visiting the race village of the Tour Down Under, test ride a bike, and get a chance to win a fantastic Cervélo S3 Disc frames! –

 

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Cervélo is the proud supplier of bikes to the Bennelong-SwissWellness team. 

 

 

For complete results, visit the site of the official time keepers.

For more ‘Nationals Galleries’ presented by Cervélo, click the images to the left…

Women’s criterium 

Men’s criterium

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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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