Mitchelton-Scott men's team retains Australian core riders for 2021

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Mitchelton-Scott have renewed the contracts of seven riders for 2021 and 2022, confirming the squad's Australian core around stalwarts such as Luke Durbridge and Cameron Meyer, while continuing to develop the best young Australian talent.

The Australian WorldTour team has already elevated Lucas Hamilton to a future general classification leadership role and now Durbridge, Meyer, Robert Stannard, Callum Scotson, Alex Edmondson, Damien Howson and Nick Schultz have been confirmed as staying with the team. 

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