Skip to main content

Bobridge takes winning run to Germany

Image 1 of 8

Australian Jack Bobridge wins the sprint Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Australian Jack Bobridge wins the sprint Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 2 of 8

Austrian Daniel Schorn makes it close. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Austrian Daniel Schorn makes it close. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 3 of 8

The trophy for first place. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

The trophy for first place. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 4 of 8

Bobridge is congratulated after the podium ceremony. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Bobridge is congratulated after the podium ceremony. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 5 of 8

Austrian Daniel Schorn took second to Bobridge. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Austrian Daniel Schorn took second to Bobridge. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 6 of 8

Jack Bobridge (Australia) celebrates after winning the U23 Eschborn - Frankfurt City race Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Jack Bobridge (Australia) celebrates after winning the U23 Eschborn - Frankfurt City race Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 7 of 8

Prof. Dr. Daniela Birkenfeld departmental head of sports affairs of the city of Frankfurt presents Bobridge with the trophy. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Prof. Dr. Daniela Birkenfeld departmental head of sports affairs of the city of Frankfurt presents Bobridge with the trophy. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de
Image 8 of 8

Jack Bobridge (Australia) takes to the podium after his win. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

Jack Bobridge (Australia) takes to the podium after his win. Photo ©: Florian & Susanne Schaaf/www.cyclingpictures.de

South Australian Jack Bobridge (Team AIS) has claimed victory in the U23 Eschborn-Frankfurt City Loop race in Germany. Bobridge completed the 140 kilometre event in a time of 3:30:57, outclassing Austrian National Team pair Daniel Schorn and Matthias Brandle in a sprint across the line.

The trio managed to hold off the chasing bunch to contest the finish.

Bobridge's team mates Adam Semple and Michael Matthews finished in 11th and 12th places respectively coming home with the main bunch at 30 seconds.

The win continues a run of impressive results from Bobridge which have included gold medals on the road in both the time trial and road race in the U23 division at the Australian Open Championships in January whilst on the track in the individual and team pursuit events the 19 year old claimed Oceania titles, Australian titles and silver medals at the World Championships.

Thank you for reading 5 articles this month*

Join now for unlimited access

Enjoy your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1

*Read 5 free articles per month without a subscription

after your trial you will be billed £4.99 $7.99 €5.99 per month, cancel anytime. Or sign up for one year for just £49 $79 €59

Join now for unlimited access

Try your first month for just £1 / $1 / €1

Latest on Cyclingnews