Cadel Evans fails to unseat Gerrans, hints retirement at Tour Down Under

All accolades go to Simon Gerrans (Orica-GreenEdge) for maintaining his one-second general classification lead over runner-up – and rival – Cadel Evans (BMC) and a consistent Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida) on the sixth and final stage as he become the first rider in the Tour Down Under's 16-year history to win the race on three occasions (2006, 2012). However Evans created headlines of his own when the former world champion and Tour de France winner hinted at possible retirement at the big bike race in South Australia.

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