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Henderson claims race one win in reduced field

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Some nice weather to start the year off in Australia.

Some nice weather to start the year off in Australia.
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The race was stopped with 5 laps to go due to a crash which required an ambulance to enter the course

The race was stopped with 5 laps to go due to a crash which required an ambulance to enter the course
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Loren Rowney (Total Rush) leads Shara Gillow (GreenEDGE) in the break which formed

Loren Rowney (Total Rush) leads Shara Gillow (GreenEDGE) in the break which formed
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Ritchie Boulevard is a perfect place for spectators on warm sunny evenings such as this

Ritchie Boulevard is a perfect place for spectators on warm sunny evenings such as this
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A huge effort by Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners) out of a corner

A huge effort by Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners) out of a corner
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Peta Mullins (BikeExchange) leads through the corner

Peta Mullins (BikeExchange) leads through the corner
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Jessie Maclean (GreenEDGE) accelerates, watched by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush)

Jessie Maclean (GreenEDGE) accelerates, watched by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush)
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Reigning Olympic Champion, Nicole Cooke (BikeExchange) is in Australia for the summer of racing

Reigning Olympic Champion, Nicole Cooke (BikeExchange) is in Australia for the summer of racing
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Cromwell and Amanda Spratt (GreenEDGE) are marked by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) and the BikeExchange team

Cromwell and Amanda Spratt (GreenEDGE) are marked by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) and the BikeExchange team
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Tiffany Cromwell (GreenEDGE) left a mark on the front of this race

Tiffany Cromwell (GreenEDGE) left a mark on the front of this race
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The race re-starts with just 5 laps remaining

The race re-starts with just 5 laps remaining
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Tiffany Cromwell leads team-mate, Amanda Spratt (GreenEDGE) and Loren Rowney (Tota Rush), with an advantage over the bunch

Tiffany Cromwell leads team-mate, Amanda Spratt (GreenEDGE) and Loren Rowney (Tota Rush), with an advantage over the bunch
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A sparkling celebration by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) - the first Jayco Bay Series leader of 2012

A sparkling celebration by Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) - the first Jayco Bay Series leader of 2012
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Melissa Hoskins (GreenEDGE) and Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange) watch Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) whilst she uncorks the sparkling wine

Melissa Hoskins (GreenEDGE) and Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange) watch Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) whilst she uncorks the sparkling wine
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Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) pulls on the series leader jersey

Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) pulls on the series leader jersey
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Loren Rowney congratulates race winner, Chloe Hosking (Total Rush)

Loren Rowney congratulates race winner, Chloe Hosking (Total Rush)
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A first-ever win at Bay Series for Chloe Hosking (Total Rush). Melissa Hoskins (GreenEDGE) and Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange) sprint for second and third

A first-ever win at Bay Series for Chloe Hosking (Total Rush). Melissa Hoskins (GreenEDGE) and Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange) sprint for second and third
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Hosking (Total Rush) has Cromwell in her sight

Hosking (Total Rush) has Cromwell in her sight
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Cromwell (GreenEDGE) works hard to keep the chasers at bay

Cromwell (GreenEDGE) works hard to keep the chasers at bay
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Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) bridges across to solo leader, Tiffany Cromwell (GreenEDGE)

Chloe Hosking (Total Rush) bridges across to solo leader, Tiffany Cromwell (GreenEDGE)
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2009 winner, Kirsty Broun (BikeExchange) follows a team-mate's wheel whilst they try to get the break back

2009 winner, Kirsty Broun (BikeExchange) follows a team-mate's wheel whilst they try to get the break back
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A beautiful summer day near the beach for this race

A beautiful summer day near the beach for this race
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Shara Gillow (GreenEDGE-AIS) lines up for the hotdog circuit race

Shara Gillow (GreenEDGE-AIS) lines up for the hotdog circuit race
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The BikeExchange women chase Cromwell and Hosking

The BikeExchange women chase Cromwell and Hosking
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Grace Sulzberger (Jayco-AIS) in the bunch on the second corner

Grace Sulzberger (Jayco-AIS) in the bunch on the second corner
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Nathan Haas leading the break.

Nathan Haas leading the break.
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Caleb Ewen put in a few big efforts.

Caleb Ewen put in a few big efforts.
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Tom Leezer races in the afternoon sunshine.

Tom Leezer races in the afternoon sunshine.
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Patrick Lane put in huge effort with 6 laps to go.

Patrick Lane put in huge effort with 6 laps to go.
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The sprint boiled down to three riders.

The sprint boiled down to three riders.
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Greg Henderson on the inside lane takes the win.

Greg Henderson on the inside lane takes the win.
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Chloe Hosking in the leaders jersey.

Chloe Hosking in the leaders jersey.
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Chloe Hosking lets the bubbly fly.

Chloe Hosking lets the bubbly fly.
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Robbie McEwen limbers up.

Robbie McEwen limbers up.
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Nathan Haas and Steele Von Hoff chat on the start line.

Nathan Haas and Steele Von Hoff chat on the start line.
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Chloe Hosking was all smiles.

Chloe Hosking was all smiles.
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Turn one took a few victims today.

Turn one took a few victims today.
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Nicole Cooke was active today.

Nicole Cooke was active today.
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Kirsty Broun pishes the pace.

Kirsty Broun pishes the pace.
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Greenedge were prominent all race.

Greenedge were prominent all race.
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Chloe Hosking working hard to reel in the break.

Chloe Hosking working hard to reel in the break.
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Twilight racing, and not a vampire in sight.

Twilight racing, and not a vampire in sight.
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Two laps to go after the restart.

Two laps to go after the restart.
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Chloe Hosking takes an easy win.

Chloe Hosking takes an easy win.
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Tour leader Greg Henderson chats with Chris Sutton on the podium.

Tour leader Greg Henderson chats with Chris Sutton on the podium.
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GreenEdge was denied a dream start to 2012 with both their men's and women's teams unable to capture top spot on the podium in the opening race of the Jayco Bay Classic in Geelong on Sunday evening.

In the women's race, Chloe Hosking (Total Rush – Hyster) was able to turn around her race in the dying laps after she suffered a puncture while in the lead group off the front, to eventually claim a dashing solo victory. The race had been neutralised with five laps in the remaining following a crash on one of the hotdog circuit's tight corners. For Hosking, a former under 23 national criterium champion, it was a win that had been six years in the making.

Hosking, who has signed for Specialized – lululemon said that the win was an important step towards gaining selection for the London Olympic Games in July.

"I'm up for the challenge, I want to be at the Olympic Games and I've just got to keep doing the right moves to get there," the 21 year-old said.

"Today is one of those steps."

The Canberran also admitted it had been hard in the lead up to the race with so much hype and focus surrounding the GreenEdge-AIS outfit in their debut appearance.

"I was like 'am I racing?'... look, we came in as underdogs and I guess we've surprised a lot of people," Hosking explained with her Total Rush – Hyster team seemingly outnumbered with herself and Lauren Rowney as ‘name' riders in comparison to some of the other teams in the field.

"I think hats off should go to the GreenEdge girls, they rode really awesome today and they made the race," she conceded. "I just did the right move at the right time."

GreenEdge appeared promising from the opening laps, despite the field being light on pace. Shara Gillow, Amanda Spratt and Jessie Maclean were all aggressive at the front of the bunch. Hosking was keen to keep an eye on her rivals and took the first intermediate sprint, ahead of Spratt and plucky Sue Forsyth from Pitcher Partners who spent the afternoon marking any moves.

The break of the day was confirmed soon after Gillow took and uncontested second sprint and As the laps ticked down, Loren Rowney, Chloe Hosking (Total Rush – Hyster), Peta Mullens (BikeExchange Dream Team), Maclean, Gillow (GreenEdge – AIS), Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners) and Sinead Noonan (Jayc o – AIS) had gained their biggest advantage, and a hard-fought one at that, over the rest of the field at 15 seconds. However, it looked as though that group was about to lose it's arguably most-dangerous member with Hosking forced to the side of the circuit with a puncture while the remaining members if GreenEdge led the main bunch with BikeExchange sitting on their wheels.

A crash with six laps remaining that brought down Pitcher Partners' workhorse, Trudy Van der Straaten with a suspected broken collarbone and scapula, forced the race to be neutralised and with five laps left to race, any advantages were nullified.

Tiffany Cromwell (GreenEdge) was first to go off the front, in a brave solo effort before Hosking bridged the gap and with three laps remaining was never challenged. Melissa Hoskins (GreenEdge) who in 2011 won the Begijnendijk Kermesse with a killer sprint, charged home for second while defending series winner, Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange Dream Team) took third in her comeback race from injury.

Hoskins was very pleased to have nabbed the first podium effort for her team in its very first race.

"I guess it came down to the point where we had to make a decision whether to go or not and I saw Tiff was on her last legs so I made the call with Jessie, she's one of the best lead out girls that I've ever worked with," Hoskins explained. "She brought me my first win in Europe, I have a lot of trust in her and she's the one that started it. I just had to finish it off for me team because they'd done so well all day."

Kiwi Henderson upstages Aussie rivals

At age 35, Greg Henderson (Degani Bakery Cafe) showed there is plenty of life left in his sprinting legs yet, besting eight of his remaining 15 competitors to claim the opening men's race of the Jayco Bay Classic in Geelong.

"It was a historical day for Australian cycling with the debut of GreenEdge and it was an honour to be a part of it," Henderson said post-race after defeating Chris Sutton (Urban) and Allan Davis (GreenEdge) in the final sprint.

"It seemed like they were pretty happy with anyone who was up the break. I think they were pretty desperate to win today but when you've got so many riders in a group like that, it sort of almost works against you."

Although he had been playing down his chances of back-to-back overall wins at the event, GreenEdge's Matt Goss is in all likelihood out of contention for the 2012 title after he, along with the bulk of the field were nearly lapped with around 15 minutes of the one hour criterium remaining.

The hot pace was set early with Henderson's teammate Zak Dempster, Nathan Haas (Bikebug) and Pat Lane (Mitchelton Wines – Lowe Farms) edging away from the main bunch. Around five laps in, young gun Caleb Ewan (NSWIS), joined the group along with GreenEdge's Mitch Docker, Bernie Sulzberger (Urban Hotels), and Baden Cooke (Mitchelton Wines – Lowe Farms).

The 17-year-old NSWIS rider, from Bowral in the New South Wales Southern Highlands, later edged away from the group on his own and looked almost in time trial mode and he worked to claim the first points of the opening intermediate sprint. Docker and Dempster fought it out for the remainder.

Ewan couldn't hold on though and his surrender then resulted in the field being brought back together for a short while before the hammer went down once again just after the halfway mark. This time it was much the same as it had been earlier, with Dean Windsor (Degani Bakery Cafe), Wes Sulzberger (GreenEdge), Cooke, Wes Sulzberger, Haas gaining half a lap on the field. Chasing hard 12 seconds back was Allan Davis (GreenEdge), Dempster, Anthony Giacoppo (BikeBug), James Mowatt (Rapido Cycles – Four Points Geelong) with Lane and Ewan later fighting to get on the back of the group. That battle at the front resulted in the rest of the field being eliminated.

With the field down to 15, Windsor, Haas, Cooke and Bernie Sulzberger attacked again, before Lane made a daring move off the front with seven laps remaining. Despite a chase by Ewan with five to go, Lane held firm until the final lap when he was swallowed by the bunch.

"Pat Lane did an awesome job," Henderson admitted. "But I had two team-mates to help me in Dean Windsor and Zak Dempster and they did a fantastic job.

"I told them to ride tempo because I knew Pat would come back to us. I was able to stay out of trouble which was important and I've been doing a lot of training. It paid off today."

Full results

Elite women - Race 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Chloe Hosking (Total Rush/Hyster)0:50:33
2Melissa Hoskins (Greenedge-AIS)0:00:01
3Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange Dream Team)
4Tiffany Cromwell (Greenedge-AIS)0:00:03
5Jessie Maclean (Greenedge-AIS)
6Kirsty Broun (BikeExchange Dream Team)
7Peta Mullens (BikeExchange Dream Team)0:00:08
8Rebecca Henderson (Suzuki-Trek Women)0:00:10
9Lucy Coldwell (Carnigie Caulfield CC)0:00:12
10Annette Edmondson (Pitcher Partners)
11Grace Sulzberger (Jayco - AIS)
12Chloe McConville (Carnigie Caulfield CC)
13Nicole Whitburn (Degani Bakery Cafe)0:00:14
14Rebecca Wiasak (Suzuki-Trek Women)
15Melina Bernecker (Le Grange)
16Rowena Fry (Jayco - AIS)0:00:16
17Shara Gillow (Greenedge-AIS)
18Sinead Noonan (Jayco - AIS)
19Loren Rowney (Total Rush/Hyster)
20Gracie Elvin (Jayco - AIS)
21Alex Carle (Jayco - AIS)
22Liza Rachetto (Spencers Race)
23Nicole Cooke (BikeExchange Dream Team)0:00:19
24Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners)
25Myfanwy Galloway (BikeExchange Dream Team)0:00:22
26Amanda Spratt (Greenedge-AIS)0:00:53
DNFImogen Jelbart (Suzuki-Trek Women)
DNFAilie Mcdonald (Suzuki-Trek Women)
DNFAllison Rice (Suzuki-Trek Women)
DNFIsabella King (Pitcher Partners)
DNFElizabeth Phillipou (Pitcher Partners)
DNFTrudy Van Der Straaten (Pitcher Partners)
DNFSequoia Cooper (Torq)
DNFNadine Le Mescam (Torq)
DNFThomay Michaltsis (Torq)
DNFKatherine O'Shea (Torq)
DNFChloe Mcintosh (Total Rush/Hyster)
DNFKimberley Wells (Total Rush/Hyster)
DNFCarly Williams (Total Rush/Hyster)
DNFKate Finegan (Spencers Race)
DNFDelphine Astier (Spencers Race)
DNFElla Hopkins (Spencers Race)
DNFHolly Heffernan (NSWIS)
DNFLaura Triggs (NSWIS)
DNFAshlee Ankudinoff (NSWIS)
DNFJessica Laws (Lavington Panthers Cycling Club)
DNFAngela Mcclure (Norwood C.C.)
DNFAlice Wallett (Canberra Cycling Club)
DNFJess Wigan (MTBA)
DNFAntonia Abbisogni (Bendigo & District CC)
DNFJamie Leigh Edwards (Geelong Cycle Club)
DNFElla Scanlan-Bloor (Southern Highlands CC)
DNFTanya Matthewson (Degani Bakery Cafe)
DNFSarah Riley (Degani Bakery Cafe)
DNFLaine Hammond (Degani Bakery Cafe)
DNFAnna Kauffmann (Degani Bakery Cafe)

Sprint 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Chloe Hosking (Total Rush/Hyster)3pts
2Amanda Spratt (Greenedge-AIS)2
3Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners)1

Sprint 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Shara Gillow (Greenedge-AIS)3pts
2Peta Mullens (BikeExchange Dream Team)2
3Sinead Noonan (Jayco - AIS)1

General Classification after Stage 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Chloe Hosking (Total Rush/Hyster)12pts
2Melissa Hoskins (Greenedge-AIS)10
3Rochelle Gilmore (BikeExchange Dream Team)8
4Tiffany Cromwell (Greenedge-AIS)7
5Jessie Maclean (Greenedge-AIS)6
6Kirsty Broun (BikeExchange Dream Team)5
7Peta Mullens (BikeExchange Dream Team)4
8Rebecca Henderson (Suzuki-Trek Women)3
9Lucy Coldwell (Carnigie Caulfield CC)2
10Annette Edmondson (Pitcher Partners)1

Sprint Ace Competition after Stage 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Shara Gillow (Greenedge-AIS)3pts
2Chloe Hosking (Total Rush/Hyster)3
3Peta Mullens (BikeExchange Dream Team)2
4Amanda Spratt (Greenedge-AIS)2
5Sue Forsyth (Pitcher Partners)1
6Sinead Noonan (Jayco - AIS)1

Elite men - Race 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Greg Henderson (NZ) Degani Bakery Cafe0:59:58
2Chris Sutton (NSW) Urban Hotels
3Allan Davis (QLD) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms
4Bernie Sulzberger (Tas) Urban Hotels
5Steele Von Hoff (Tas) Bike Bug
6Anthony Giacoppo (WA) Bike Bug
7Dean Windsor (NSW) Degani Bakery Cafe
8Leigh Howard (Vic) GreenEdge Cycling
9Caleb Ewan (NSW) NSWIS
10Zak Dempster (Vic) Degani Bakery Cafe0:00:09
11Patrick Lane (Vic) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms0:00:17
12James Mowatt (Vic) Rapido Cycles / Four Points Geelong0:00:34
13Wesley Sulzberger (Tas) GreenEdge Cycling0:00:40
14Baden Cooke (Vic) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms0:00:41
15Nathan Haas (ACT) Bike Bug0:00:45
DNFMatthew Goss (Tas) GreenEdge Cycling
DNFRobbie McEwen (QLD) GreenEdge Cycling
DNFMitch Docker (Vic) GreenEdge Cycling
DNFLuke Durbridge (WA) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms
DNFMichael Hepburn (QLD) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms
DNFKoen de Kort (Ned) Urban Hotels
DNFBert de Backer (Bel) Urban Hotels
DNFRichard Lang (NSW) Urban Hotels
DNFHeinrich Haussler (NSW) Bike Bug
DNFAlex Carver (NSW) Bike Bug
DNFMark Jamieson (Tas) Degani Bakery Cafe
DNFJoel Pearson (NSW) Genesys Wealth Advisers
DNFNic Sanderson (Vic) Genesys Wealth Advisers
DNFCampbell Flakemore (Tas) Genesys Wealth Advisers
DNFKane Walker (Vic) Genesys Wealth Advisers
DNFPeter Loft (Tas) Budget Forklifts
DNFMark O'Brien (Vic) Budget Forklifts
DNFLuke Ockerby (Tas) Budget Forklifts
DNFBlair Windsor (NSW) Budget Forklifts
DNFSam Witmitz (Vic) Budget Forklifts
DNFMichael Knoff (Vic) John West Cycling
DNFRene Kolbach (NSW) John West Cycling
DNFOliver Kent-Spark (Vic) John West Cycling
DNFNicholas Brian (NSW) John West Cycling
DNFTrent Derecourt (WA) John West Cycling
DNFNathan Bradshaw (NSW) NSWIS
DNFLuke Williams (NSW) NSWIS
DNFTirian McManus (NSW) NSWIS
DNFJack McCulloch (NSW) NSWIS
DNFTaiji Nishitani (Jpn) Geelong Mazda
DNFKazuhiro Mori (Jpn) Geelong Mazda
DNFKazushige Kuboki (Jpn) Geelong Mazda
DNFTakuya Takashi (Jpn) Geelong Mazda
DNFEya Hashimoto (Jpn) Geelong Mazda
DNFJos van Emden (Ned) Rapido Cycles / Four Points Geelong
DNFTom Leezer (Ned) Rapido Cycles / Four Points Geelong
DNFScott Liston (Vic) Rapido Cycles / Four Points Geelong
DNFNeil van der Ploeg (Vic) Rapido Cycles / Four Points Geelong

Sprint 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Caleb Ewan (NSW) NSWIS3pts
2Mitch Docker (Vic) GreenEdge Cycling2
3Zak Dempster (Vic) Degani Bakery Cafe1

Sprint 2
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Bernie Sulzberger (Tas) Urban Hotels3pts
2Dean Windsor (NSW) Degani Bakery Cafe2
3Nathan Haas (ACT) Bike Bug1

Sprint 3
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Bernie Sulzberger (Tas) Urban Hotels3pts
2Nathan Haas (ACT) Bike Bug2
3Baden Cooke (Vic) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms1

General Classification after Stage 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Greg Henderson (NZ) Degani Bakery Cafe12pts
2Chris Sutton (NSW) Urban Hotels10
3Allan Davis (QLD) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms8
4Bernie Sulzberger (Tas) Urban Hotels7
5Steele Von Hoff (Tas) Bike Bug6
6Anthony Giacoppo (WA) Bike Bug5
7Dean Windsor (NSW) Degani Bakery Cafe4
8Leigh Howard (Vic) GreenEdge Cycling3
9Caleb Ewan (NSW) NSWIS2
10Zak Dempster (Vic) Degani Bakery Cafe1

Sprint Ace Competition after Stage 1
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Bernie Sulzberger (Tas) Urban Hotels6pts
2Caleb Ewan (NSW) NSWIS3
3Nathan Haas (ACT) Bike Bug3
4Dean Windsor (NSW) Degani Bakery Cafe2
5Mitch Docker (Vic) GreenEdge Cycling2
6Zak Dempster (Vic) Degani Bakery Cafe1
7Baden Cooke (Vic) Mitchelton Wines / Lowe Farms1

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