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Ewan wins Shanghai Criterium

Caleb Ewan 'wins' the Shangai Criterium
(Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Egan Bernal

Egan Bernal (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Caleb Ewan with his teammates

Caleb Ewan with his teammates (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Token breakaway for Thomas De Gendt

Token breakaway for Thomas De Gendt (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Egan Bernal

Egan Bernal (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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On the start line

On the start line (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Egan Bernal

Egan Bernal (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Mitchelton-Scott

Mitchelton-Scott (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Egan Bernal

Egan Bernal (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Nibali and Bernal on the move

Nibali and Bernal on the move (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Egan Bernal

Egan Bernal (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Caleb Ewan wins it

Caleb Ewan wins it (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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De Gendt on the bus

De Gendt on the bus (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Nibali and Bernal on the move

Nibali and Bernal on the move (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Trentin leads the winning break

Trentin leads the winning break (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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The 'sprint' for the line

The 'sprint' for the line (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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The podium

The podium (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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Bernal and Nibali

Bernal and Nibali (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)
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The podium

The podium (Image credit: A.S.O./P.Ballet)

Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) won the Shanghai Criterium on Saturday, taking the headline role in ASO's exhibition show after winning three stages of this year's Tour de France

The Australian, who was the most prolific sprinter of this year's Tour, 'beat' Matteo Trentin (Mitchelton-Scott) and Steven Kruijswijk (Jumbo-Visma), third overall at the Tour, in a three-up finish. 

Tour champion Egan Bernal (Team Ineos) was present in the yellow jersey and was active in the breakaways with Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida). Bernal was handed the combativity award while Nibali topped the points classification thanks to the intermediate sprints.

Earlier in the week, the riders had engaged in the usual cultural exchange activities, donning 'Zhongshan' suits and cooking up local dishes.