BikeExchange sign former Team Wiggins rider and Olympic medalist Campbell Stewart

IZU JAPAN AUGUST 05 Silver medalist Campbell Stewart of Team New Zealand pose on the podium while holding the flag of his country during the medal ceremony after the Mens Omnium final of the track cycling on day thirteen of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Izu Velodrome on August 05 2021 in Izu Japan Photo by Justin SetterfieldGetty Images
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Campbell Stewart has signed a two-year contract with BikeExchange, becoming the fifth New Zealander to sign with the Australian outfit. Campbell, 23, won a silver medal in the Omnium at the Tokyo Olympic Games this summer and won a track world title in 2019. 

Campbell spent 2018 on the roster of the Team Wiggins squad but his main discipline was always the track. He rode consistently on the road in the second half of this year, with a race programme that included the Tour of Norway, and several events in both France and Belgium as part of the Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy.

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