Cycling Weekly

Matthew Holmes

You’ve just made a stunning break-through, beating the king of Willunga Hill Richie Porte on his home tarmac to win the final stage of the Tour Down Under. Quite simply: how?

It’s difficult to know because I hadn’t been feeling that great for the rest of the race — a mix of good days and bad days. Over the winter, I’d been unsure whether

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