Ewan takes tenth win of the season in style in Brussels

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Caleb Ewan scored his tenth win of the campaign on Saturday after a close-fought finish to the Brussels Cycling Classic. Ewan, who finished second to Elia Viviani in Hamburg at the end of August, beat Pascal Ackerman (Bora Hansgrohe) and Jasper Philipsen (UAE Team Emirates) to the line after another sterling lead-out from his Lotto Soudal teammates. It was Ewan’s first win since taking three stages wins at the Tour de France in July. 

 “I am very happy with the victory during my first participation in this race,” Ewan said in a press release issued by his team.

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