Caleb Ewan eyes wins in all three Grand Tours in 2021

Team Lotto rider Australias Caleb Ewan celebrates after crossing the finish line and winning the 3rd stage of the 107th edition of the Tour de France cycling race 198 km between Nice and Sisteron on August 31 2020 Photo by Vincent KALUT various sources AFP Photo by VINCENT KALUTAFP via Getty Images
Caleb Ewan won two stages at the 2020 Tour de France (Image credit: Getty Images Sport)

Caleb Ewan has some big targets on his 2021 radar in his third year with the Lotto Soudal WorldTour team. The Australian sprinter said he wanted to race all three Grand Tours for the first time in the same season, and win a stage at each race as well.

Ewan collected seven of the 12 total victories won by the Lotto Soudal squad last season. It’s a tall order for the sprinter, who measures about 15cm shorter in height than his rivals but is now known for his big accomplishments on the bike.

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Jackie Tyson
North American Production editor

Jackie has been involved in professional sports for more than 30 years in news reporting, sports marketing and public relations. She founded Peloton Sports in 1998, a sports marketing and public relations agency, which managed projects for Tour de Georgia, Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah and USA Cycling. She also founded Bike Alpharetta Inc, a Georgia non-profit to promote safe cycling. She is proud to have worked in professional baseball for six years - from selling advertising to pulling the tarp for several minor league teams. She has climbed l'Alpe d'Huez three times (not fast). Her favorite road and gravel rides are around horse farms in north Georgia (USA) and around lavender fields in Provence (France), and some mtb rides in Park City, Utah (USA).