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Herald Sun Tour: Hindley wins stage 4 on Mount Buller to extend overall lead

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Sunweb’s Jai Hindley (Sunweb) wins stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour at Mount Buller, increasing his overall lead in the Australian stage race

Sunweb’s Jai Hindley (Sunweb) wins stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour at Mount Buller, increasing his overall lead in the Australian stage race (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Stage 4 winner, and overall leader, Jai Hindley celebrates a job well done with Sunweb teammate Michael Storer at the 2020 Herald Sun Tour

Stage 4 winner, and overall leader, Jai Hindley celebrates a job well done with Sunweb teammate Michael Storer at the 2020 Herald Sun Tour (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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The podium for stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour: Third-placed Jay Vine (Nero Continental), winner Jai Hindley (Sunweb) and second-placed Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental)

The podium for stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour: Third-placed Jay Vine (Nero Continental), winner Jai Hindley (Sunweb) and second-placed Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental) (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Mitchelton-Scott’s Damien Howson shows the strain of stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour, on which he dropped from second overall to third

Mitchelton-Scott’s Damien Howson shows the strain of stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour, on which he dropped from second overall to third (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Second-placed Jay Vine (Nero Continental) receives a champagne shower from stage 4 winner Jai Hindley (Sunweb) as second-placed Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental) plays catch up

Third-placed Jay Vine (Nero Continental) receives a champagne shower from stage 4 winner Jai Hindley (Sunweb) as second-placed Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental) plays catch up (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Jai Hindley extended his overall lead after winning stage 4 at Mount Buller

Jai Hindley extended his overall lead after winning stage 4 at Mount Buller (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Israel Start-Up Nation’s James Piccoli goes on the attack in the last three kilometres of the final climb

Israel Start-Up Nation’s James Piccoli goes on the attack in the last three kilometres of the final climb (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Nero Continental’s Jay Vine takes third place at the Mount Buller ski resort on stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour

Nero Continental’s Jay Vine takes third place at the Mount Buller ski resort on stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Jonas Rutsch (EF Pro Cycling) took the red jersey as most aggressive rider on stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour

Jonas Rutsch (EF Pro Cycling) took the red jersey as most aggressive rider on stage 4 of the 2020 Herald Sun Tour (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental) kept the white jersey as best young rider after moving up to second overall

Sebastian Berwick (St George Continental) kept the white jersey as best young rider after moving up to second overall (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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James Piccoli (Israel Start-Up Nation) recovers after his effort in the closing kilometres of Mount Buller

James Piccoli (Israel Start-Up Nation) recovers after his effort in the closing kilometres on Mount Buller (Image credit: Con Chronis)
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Jonas Rutsch (EF Pro Cycling) gets aero during his chase back to the breakaway after puncturing

Jonas Rutsch (EF Pro Cycling) gets aero during his chase back to the breakaway after puncturing (Image credit: Con Chronis)

Herald Sun Tour leader Jai Hindley (Sunweb) took his second stage victory at this year's Australian stage race on the summit finish at Mount Buller, Victoria, on Saturday, and in doing so extended his advantage in the general classification to 10 seconds over St George Continental's Sebastian Berwick.

It was another sensational ride by 20-year-old Berwick, taking on – and beating, bar Hindley – the WorldTour teams once more, and moving himself up from third overall at the start of the day to second place, with only one stage left to go in Melbourne on Sunday, which should go the way of the sprinters.

Mitchelton-Scott's Damien Howson – who won the race overall in 2017 – lost ground in the final few kilometres of the 16-kilometre-long climb up to the ski resort, and crossed the finish line 22 seconds behind Hindley. It meant that the 27-year-old dropped from second place – four seconds behind Hindley at the start of the stage – to third, now 36 seconds behind the race leader.

"The team was incredible today, and the guys just rode on the front from the first kilometre," said Hindley after crossing the finish line. "It's great that all their hard work paid off, so this is pretty special."

For the second half of the final climb, the 23-year-old race leader had Sunweb teammate Michael Storer working for him on the front of the main group, and Hindley only had to make his move with a kilometre to go when Berwick put in an attack.

"I've known Michael since we were young, so to have him riding the final for me like that was unreal," said Hindley. "I didn't have to say anything; he knew exactly what to do. He's phenomenal."

There was praise and respect for Berwick, too: "Hats off to Sebastian. He threw the kitchen sink at me, and was super impressive, so congratulations to him as he was super strong."

With just one day to go, and barring accident or injury – or a stage that goes totally off-script – Hindley should be crowned the 45th Australian winner in 67 editions of the Herald Sun Tour in Melbourne come Sunday evening.

"It's really special," he said. "I really love the Sun Tour – it's the third time time that I've done it – and to be an Australian racing here, and to wear the leader's jersey going into the final stage, I'm a bit lost for words."

How it unfolded

It was Team BridgeLane's Ben Hill who attacked from the start of stage 4 in Mansfield, instigating a 20-strong breakaway, which was quickly brought back by the bunch.

Ten kilometres into the 106.6km stage, however, EF Pro Racing's Jonas Rutsch – who had been part of the day's first move – succeeded in slipping away, and was joined by BridgeLane's Ayden Toovey.

They were soon joined by Toovey's teammate Hill again, plus Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy's Ethan Batt, Ben Perry (Israel Start-Up Nation) and Conor Murtagh (Oliver's Real Food Racing), and they became eight riders at the head of affairs when Michael Rice (ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast) and David Williams of the Kordamentha Australian National Team also got across to join them.

After losing the green jersey as the race's best sprinter on stage 3, Hill made sure that he took maximum points at the first intermediate sprint after 21km on what was his fourth day out of four in a break.

With 50km covered, Williams let a small gap open on a descent, and suddenly found himself unable to get back to his seven breakaway companions, despite a huge effort.

Shortly afterwards, Rutsch had a front-wheel puncture, and a very quick disc-brake wheel change by neutral service had Rutsch on his way again swiftly. The remaining six riders didn't wait – but perhaps should have done, given the young German's powerful engine – but the 22-year-old used that power to get back, all guns blazing, on the next short descent.

The break was allowed to build up a maximum lead of almost four minutes, while, behind them, Sunweb controlled the front of the bunch.

Hill was again able to take maximum points at the second and final intermediate sprint with 29km to go, completely unopposed, and just ahead of the final climb, Murtagh was the first to drop away from the lead group, followed shortly afterwards by Batt and Rice once on the climb.

Hill – having done enough to take back the green points jersey – did one last turn on the front to help his teammate Toovey, and then also lost contact, leaving Rutsch, Perry and Toovey to push on, but with their lead rapidly dropping down.

With 8.5km to go, Rutsch attacked, taking only Perry with him, while Toovey lost contact. Behind them, Sunweb's Storer and Rob Power led the case group for Hindley in third wheel, followed by Berwick and EF's Neilson Powless, while Mitchelton continued to keep their powder dry for Howson.

But not for long: the team's New Zealander, Dion Smith, attacked with 5km to go, catching Perry and Rutsch, with only Rutsch capable of following.

Israel Start-Up Nation's James Piccoli then attacked from the chasing group with just 3km to race, and caught and passed the leading duo, seemingly with enough of a gap to potentially win the stage.

He was pursued by Mitchelton's Simon Yates, striking out for the stage win, and clearly feeling better than he had when he lost six minutes at Falls Creek two days previously.

Yates was unable to get across to Piccoli, however, and with a kilometre to go, Berwick attacked, and only Hindley could follow, and the two blew past first Yates and then Piccoli, before the two best climbers at this year's race duked it out for the victory, with Hindley coming out on top.

Nero Continental's Jay Vine emerged as the best of the rest to take third place on the stage, just nine seconds down, followed by Team Sapura Cycling's Jesse Ewart for fourth – two more UCI Continental-level Australian riders beating a whole host of WorldTour riders, and earning themselves promotions to fifth and sixth place on the GC, both 1:26 down on Hindley, while EF Pro Cycling's Neilson Powless did enough to retain fourth place overall.

Results

Results
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 3:01:25
2Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental
3Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental 0:00:09
4Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 0:00:17
5Neilson Powless (USA) EF Pro Cycling 0:00:18
6Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:22
7Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
8James Piccoli (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:00:23
9Marcos Garcia Fernandez (Spa) Kinan
10Thomas Lebas (Fra) Kinan 0:00:30
11Rudy Porter (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:00:43
12James Oram (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:00:48
13Mark O'Brien (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team
14Simon Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-Scott
15Samuel Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:00:50
16Charles-Etienne Chretien (Can) Aevolo
17Michael Storer (Aus) Team Sunweb 0:00:53
18Hayden McCormick (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:00:55
19Cameron Meyer (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:01:23
20Calan White (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:01:44
21Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:01:59
22Jonas Rutsch (Ger) EF Pro Cycling
23Angus Lyons (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:02:01
24Dion Smith (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott 0:02:09
25Marcus Culey (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 0:02:12
26Florian Stork (Ger) Team Sunweb 0:02:23
27Alexander Cataford (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:02:28
28Conor Schunk (USA) Aevolo 0:03:03
29Samuel Jenner (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:03:21
30Omer Goldstein (Isr) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:03:31
31Ari Scott (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:03:52
32James Whelan (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:04:42
33Lachlan Morton (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:05:17
34Ayden Toovey (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:05:51
35Guillaume Boivin (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:06:12
36Salvador Guardiola Tora (Spa) Kinan 0:06:17
37Ben Metcalfe (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:06:27
38Carter Turnbull (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team
39Dylan McKenna (Aus) Nero Continental 0:06:32
40Mitchell Docker (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:06:52
41Brendon Davids (RSA) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:08:42
42Michael Freiberg (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast
43Joel Yates (NZl) St George Continental 0:09:34
44Ryan Cavanagh (Aus) St George Continental 0:09:37
45Rob Power (Aus) Team Sunweb
46Sebastian Presley (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:09:40
47Sebastian Barrett (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast
48Connor Reardon (Aus) St George Continental 0:10:07
49Liam White (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing
50Alex Dowsett (GBr) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:10:12
51Alex Heaney (NZl) St George Continental
52Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:11:53
53Riley Fleming (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:13:54
54Godfrey Slattery (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team
55Max Kanter (Ger) Team Sunweb
56Ashley Mackay (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast
57Ben Carman (Aus) Nero Continental
58Moreno Hofland (Ned) EF Pro Cycling 0:14:05
59Mihkel Räim (Est) Israel Start-Up Nation
60Hiroshi Tsubaki (Jpn) Kinan
61Ethan Batt (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:14:11
62Ryan Thomas (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:14:39
63Michael Potter (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast
64Samuel Bewley (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott 0:15:31
65Tom Scully (NZl) EF Pro Cycling
66Scott McGill (USA) Aevolo
67Tyler Stites (USA) Aevolo
68Luke Mudgway (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy
69Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing
70Joshua Kench (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:15:40
71Christopher Miller (Aus) Nero Continental 0:16:02
72David Williams (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:16:12
73Thomas Bolton (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing
74Yasuharu Nakajima (Jpn) Kinan 0:16:22
75Genki Yamamoto (Jpn) Kinan
76Asbjørn Kragh Andersen (Den) Team Sunweb 0:16:50
77Alberto Dainese (Ita) Team Sunweb 0:16:52
78Kaden Groves (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
79Jesse Coyle (Aus) Nero Continental 0:19:01
80Michael Rice (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:19:30

Sprint 1 - Mansfield
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 6
2Ayden Toovey (Aus) Team Bridgelane 4
3Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 2

Sprint 2 - Merrijig
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 6
2Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 4
3Michael Rice (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 2

Sprint 3 - stage finish
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 10
2Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 8
3Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental 6
4Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 4

Mountains 1 - Tolmie
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 12
2Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 8
3Ethan Batt (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 4

Mountains 2 - Mt Buller
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 24
2Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 16
3Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental 8
4Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 4

Teams
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Mitchelton-Scott 9:05:47
2Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:01:43
3Team Sunweb 0:01:44
4Israel Start-Up Nation 0:03:18
5Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:04:03
6EF Pro Cycling 0:05:27
7Kinan 0:05:38
8Team BridgeLane 0:08:30
9St George Continental 0:17:39
10Aevolo 0:17:52
11Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:18:51
12Nero Continental 0:19:03
13ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:30:44

General classification

General classification after stage 4
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 12:51:45
2Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 0:00:10
3Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:00:36
4Neilson Powless (USA) EF Pro Cycling 0:00:51
5Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 0:01:26
6Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental
7Michael Storer (Aus) Team Sunweb 0:01:50
8Thomas Lebas (Fra) Kinan 0:01:55
9Rudy Porter (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:02:32
10James Oram (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:02:50
11Marcos Garcia Fernandez (Spa) Kinan 0:02:54
12Charles-Etienne Chretien (Can) Aevolo 0:03:20
13Hayden McCormick (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:04:05
14Jonas Rutsch (Ger) EF Pro Cycling 0:04:41
15Alexander Cataford (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:04:59
16James Whelan (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:06:00
17Omer Goldstein (Isr) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:06:41
18Samuel Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:07:10
19Samuel Jenner (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:07:28
20Simon Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-Scott 0:07:50
21Lachlan Morton (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:08:21
22Ari Scott (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:08:51
23Florian Stork (Ger) Team Sunweb 0:09:02
24Conor Schunk (USA) Aevolo 0:09:20
25Mark O'Brien (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:10:14
26Mitchell Docker (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 0:13:14
27Marcus Culey (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 0:13:54
28Dion Smith (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott 0:13:56
29Carter Turnbull (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:13:57
30Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:14:26
31Calan White (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:14:46
32Brendon Davids (RSA) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:15:02
33Salvador Guardiola Tora (Spa) Kinan 0:15:34
34Cameron Meyer (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:16:53
35James Piccoli (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:17:39
36Guillaume Boivin (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:17:46
37Angus Lyons (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:17:52
38Nicholas Schultz (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 0:18:12
39Rob Power (Aus) Team Sunweb 0:19:31
40Michael Freiberg (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:20:11
41Ayden Toovey (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:20:54
42Sebastian Presley (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:21:03
43Dylan McKenna (Aus) Nero Continental 0:24:06
44Ben Carman (Aus) Nero Continental 0:25:59
45Ben Metcalfe (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:26:20
46Connor Reardon (Aus) St George Continental 0:26:41
47Tom Scully (NZl) EF Pro Cycling 0:27:00
48Alex Dowsett (GBr) Israel Start-Up Nation 0:29:41
49Ryan Cavanagh (Aus) St George Continental 0:29:42
50Alex Heaney (NZl) St George Continental 0:29:59
51Moreno Hofland (Ned) EF Pro Cycling 0:30:33
52Mihkel Räim (Est) Israel Start-Up Nation
53Joel Yates (NZl) St George Continental 0:31:27
54Michael Potter (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:31:45
55Ryan Thomas (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:32:06
56Tyler Stites (USA) Aevolo 0:32:31
57Godfrey Slattery (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:33:41
58Sebastian Barrett (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:34:39
59Max Kanter (Ger) Team Sunweb 0:35:47
60Michael Rice (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:36:01
61Alberto Dainese (Ita) Team Sunweb 0:36:21
62Kaden Groves (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott
63Christopher Miller (Aus) Nero Continental 0:37:10
64Riley Fleming (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:38:05
65Hiroshi Tsubaki (Jpn) Kinan 0:38:16
66Liam White (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:38:44
67Ashley Mackay (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 0:38:53
68Thomas Bolton (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:40:23
69Scott McGill (USA) Aevolo 0:40:27
70Joshua Kench (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:42:06
71Yasuharu Nakajima (Jpn) Kinan 0:42:14
72Genki Yamamoto (Jpn) Kinan 0:42:21
73Luke Mudgway (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:43:32
74Asbjørn Kragh Andersen (Den) Team Sunweb 0:43:50
75Ethan Batt (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:44:02
76David Williams (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:44:24
77Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 0:46:02
78Jesse Coyle (Aus) Nero Continental 0:50:36
79Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:50:50
80Samuel Bewley (NZl) Mitchelton-Scott 0:53:50

Sprints classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 28
2Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 20
3Alberto Dainese (Ita) Team Sunweb 18
4Kaden Groves (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 18
5Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 14
6Charles-Etienne Chretien (Can) Aevolo 12
7Moreno Hofland (Ned) EF Pro Cycling 10
8Mihkel Räim (Est) Israel Start-Up Nation 10
9Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 8
10James Whelan (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 6
11Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental 6
12Luke Mudgway (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 6
13Neilson Powless (USA) EF Pro Cycling 4
14Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 4
15James Oram (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 4
16Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 4
17Angus Lyons (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 4
18Ayden Toovey (Aus) Team Bridgelane 4
19Ryan Thomas (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 4
20Guillaume Boivin (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 2
21Michael Rice (Aus) ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 2
22Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 2

Mountains classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Jai Hindley (Aus) Team Sunweb 54
2James Whelan (Aus) EF Pro Cycling 26
3Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 24
4James Oram (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 20
5Samuel Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 20
6Damien Howson (Aus) Mitchelton-Scott 16
7Conor Murtagh (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 12
8Hayden McCormick (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 12
9Jay Vine (Aus) Nero Continental 8
10Benjamin Perry (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 8
11Guillaume Boivin (Can) Israel Start-Up Nation 8
12Carter Turnbull (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 6
13Neilson Powless (USA) EF Pro Cycling 4
14Jesse Ewart (Aus) Team Sapura Cycling 4
15Charles-Etienne Chretien (Can) Aevolo 4
16Ethan Batt (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 4
17Benjamin Hill (Aus) Team Bridgelane 2

Young rider classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Sebastian Berwick (Aus) St George Continental 12:51:55
2Rudy Porter (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:02:22
3Charles-Etienne Chretien (Can) Aevolo 0:03:10
4Jonas Rutsch (Ger) EF Pro Cycling 0:04:31
5Ari Scott (NZl) Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:08:41
6Conor Schunk (USA) Aevolo 0:09:10
7Carter Turnbull (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:13:47
8Calan White (Aus) Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:14:36
9Sebastian Presley (Aus) Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:20:53
10Dylan McKenna (Aus) Nero Continental 0:23:56

Teams classification
#Rider Name (Country) TeamResult
1Team Sunweb 38:41:15
2EF Pro Cycling 0:05:27
3Mitchelton-Scott 0:08:13
4Black Spoke Pro Cycling Academy 0:09:48
5Kordamentha Australian National Team 0:11:17
6Kinan 0:14:23
7Israel Start-Up Nation 0:15:58
8Team BridgeLane 0:29:34
9Aevolo 0:32:58
10Nero Continental 0:45:35
11Oliver's Real Food Racing 0:47:59
12St George Continental 0:49:52
13ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast 1:09:54

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