Orica-GreenEdge determined to be competitive in first Tour de France

Orica-GreenEdge team manager Shayne Bannan looked a very proud man as he watched his riders being introduced at the Tour de France presentation ceremony in Liège on Thursday evening. Formerly the head of the road cycling programme at the Australian Institute of Sport, Bannan has spent two decades dreaming about putting together an Australian team to compete in cycling’s biggest event.

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