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Pearson aims for success

Joel Pearson, one of the most successful of the Anglophones racing on the French amateur scene this year. The collected his sixth win in a period of two and half months. He's currently leading the Trophée Aven-Moros series in Brittany where cycling is supposed to be the most competitive in France. He also won a stage in the international Tour de Dordogne.

The Victorian native said, "I've got one stage race and two one-day races left next week before returning home." He's still unsure whether or not he'll turn pro next year but he's looking forward to racing back at home and aims at a participation at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour (October 14-21), following in the footsteps of his fellow Aussie Simon Gerrans.

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