Friday, January 19, 2018

Tour Down Under, Stage 4: Looking Round

This duo of Zakkari Dempster and Alexander Porter, both riding for UniSA-Australia, had built up a lead of nearly ten minutes.  With 50 kilometers left to race they had seen their lead cut in half, but there was still some room for hope.  The usual rule of thumb is that the peloton can pull back a minute every ten kilometers assuming there isn't a climb before the line.  Unfortunately for these two, Norton Summit stood between them and the finish in Campbelltown.  On the other hand, when the break is two teammates, there is true cooperation in hopes that one will claim the stage.

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