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Cadel Evans

Cadel Evans - Cycling

Country : Australia 
Date of birth  : 14/02/1977 
Location : Katherine 
Height : 1.74 m 
Weight : 68 kg 

 

Teams from Cadel Evans

2005- Davitamon-Lotto/Predictor-Lotto
2003-2004 Telekom
2002 Mapei-Quick Step
2001 Saeco

 

Honours from Cadel Evans

2001 stage & overall Österreich-Rundfahrt, overall Brixia-Tour, A travers Lausanne
2002 stage Tour Down Under, stage Uniqa Classic, Commonwealth Champion TT
2005 8th overall Tour de France

Cadel Evans on Eurosport

Gerrans reclaims Tour Down Under lead on penultimate stage

Gerrans reclaims Tour Down Under lead on penultimate stage - 27/01/2014 - Cycling

Australia's Simon Gerrans edged towards victory at the Tour Down Under after reclaiming the overall lead on stage five.

Australia's Gerrans wins third Tour Down Under title

Australia's Gerrans wins third Tour Down Under title - 26/01/2014 - Cycling

Australian Simon Gerrans stayed out of trouble in Sunday's final stage to finish ahead of compatriot Cadel Evans and become the first rider to win the Tour Down

Greipel claims stage as Evans retains lead Down Under

Greipel claims stage as Evans retains lead Down Under - 24/01/2014 - Cycling

Andre Greipel muscled his way to victory on stage four of the Tour Down Under as Cadel Evans held onto his overall lead.

Evans assumes GC lead after stage three win

Evans assumes GC lead after stage three win - 23/01/2014 - Cycling

Cadel Evans (BMC) claimed the overall lead in the Tour Down Under after soloing to victory on stage three.

Ulissi claims stage two in Adelaide

Ulissi claims stage two in Adelaide - 23/01/2014 - Cycling

Diego Ulissi won stage two of the Tour Down Under while Simon Gerrans increased his overall lead at the opening World Tour race of the year.

Gerrans draws first blood at Tour Down Under

Gerrans draws first blood at Tour Down Under - 21/01/2014 - Cycling

Orica-GreenEDGE's Simon Gerrans outsprinted the rest of the field to win an uphill finish on stage one of the Tour Down Under.

Gerrans claims Australian road crown

Gerrans claims Australian road crown - 12/01/2014 - Cycling

Simon Gerrans is the new Australian National Road Champion after taking a dominant victory in the elite men’s road race.

Cycling review of the year 2013: Part One

Cycling review of the year 2013: Part One - 30/12/2013 - Cycling - Tour de France

As 2013 draws to a close, our cycling blogger takes a look back at all the main stories from the past 12 months.

Cycling Podcast: Could old man Evans win 2014 Giro?

Cycling Podcast: Could old man Evans win 2014 Giro? - 29/11/2013 - Cycling - Giro d'Italia

The latest edition of our cycling podcast asks if Cadel Evans could be a surprise Giro d'Italia winner at the age of 37.

Giro-focused Evans to start next season Down Under

Giro-focused Evans to start next season Down Under - 26/10/2013 - Cycling

Cadel Evans will race on home soil for the first time since he won the Tour de France at next January's Tour Down Under.

British coach criticises team after abandonments

British coach criticises team after abandonments - 29/09/2013 - Cycling - World Championships

All eight British riders in the road race abandoned, prompting coach Rod Ellingworth to hit out at their attitude.

Costa edges Rodriguez in road race

Costa edges Rodriguez in road race - 29/09/2013 - Cycling - World Championships

Portuguese Rui Costa kept his composure in a tense finale to upset the favourites and win the world championships road race.

The velosophy of the World Championships road race

The velosophy of the World Championships road race - 26/09/2013 - Cycling

Our cycling scribe casts his eye over the runners and riders for Sunday's World Championship road race.

 
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