Greipel does it again; ochre to be decided on Willunga
Andre Greipel (Lotto Belisol) broke Robbie McEwen's long standing record of 12 stage victories on Friday, taking the Tour Down Under's fourth stage in Tanunda.
A high-speed crash was a major talking point at day's end while World Champion Philippe Gilbert (BMC) got some added training in, joining 20-year-old Damien Howson (UniSA - Australia) in a 118km-long breakaway.
Phil Anderson and Cyclingnews' Australian Editor Jane Aubrey take a look over all the action from Stage 4 and look ahead to the decider on Old Willunga Hill on Saturday.
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