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Saunders edges win in attacking Warrnambool KFC Criterium

The attention of Warrnambool once again went to Raglan Parade as the top male cyclists in Australia fought out the street circuit in the heart of the coastal destination. It was an exciting race at the Warrnambool KFC Criterium as Tristan Saunders benefitted from his teammates’ work to position him in the final move, then …

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Plouffe creates history in inaugural Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Cycling Classic

History was made this afternoon  with 22-year-old Maeve Plouffe  (ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast) becoming the inaugural winner of the Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Classic, the longest one-day road race in the world for women this year with the riders covering a gruelling 160 kilometres. Plouffe unleashed a lethal sprint from a breakaway boasting some of the …

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Drake scoops Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool

It was a perfect day for cycling on the Great Ocean Road, and the Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool riders made the most of the conditions, shooting along the coast to the finish in Warrnambool. While the crowd gathered to watch the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool finish, the entry into Warrnambool of the National …

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Great Scott conquers Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool

It was a perfect day of racing for the historic Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool with a legend of the sport in Cadel Evans getting the race underway and a new legend created as Cameron Scott took out a dramatic victory in front of the assembled crowd at the Warrnambool finish. Scott (ARA-Pro Racing Sunshine Coast) …

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Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Festival set for very even, exciting races

The 107th edition of the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool will be run over 267 kilometres, with the 170-strong peloton setting off from Avalon Airport in the mist of the morning and beginning their trek to the finish on Raglan Parade. With a storied history stretching back to 1895, the race distance isn’t just imposing. It …

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Gigante to race Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Cycling Classic in return to racing

New Movistar rider Sarah Gigante has added huge fire power to an already strong field at this month’s Mitchelton Tour of Gippsland and the inaugural Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Cycling Classic, announcing that she will start her 2022 season in the Australian races. After wearing the green and gold at Tokyo before signing a three-year …

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The legend of the Warrny grows as women’s race joins historic event

Victoria is now home to the longest women’s one-day classic in the world – lead by an all-female executive team – who will also oversee the famous men’s event in 2022. The new race format, officially titled the ‘Lochard Energy Women’s Warrnambool Cycling Classic’ was launched this morning and will be held across the weekend of February …

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Hibburt takes out Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool

In an event that harkens back to the great history of the Melbourne to Warrnambool as one of the great handicaps, the Royal Bikes Port Campbell to Warrnambool saw a fierce fight for the win, with Robert Hibburt of Melbourne University emerging victorious in the sprint. Xavier Coppock (Footscray) was second while Jade Frankel (Warrnambool) …

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Local Greig gets fitting send-off in final Melbourne to Warrnambool

Winning the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool may just be as much a state of mind as being first across the line in a division, a feeling of achievement and completeness that comes after weathering the mighty challenge of the 267-kilometre course from Avalon Airport to Raglan Parade. Emblematic of this notion was Peter Greig of …

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Debut domination as Plowright wins the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool at first attempt

A star-studded field including a number of riders destined for the Tokyo Olympics and stars of the domestic scene clashed in the 105th edition of Australia’s longest and oldest cycling classic, the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool. The 267-kilometre course showed again why the race is renowned as one of the hardest races in Australian cycling …

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