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Gallery: Porte du Willunga, TDU stage 5

Richie Porte won on Willunga Hill for the fifth consecutive year, but Daryl Impey took the lead in the general classification.
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Porte
Richie Porte (BMC Racing) was cool, calm and collected at the start in McLaren Vale. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Cycling: 20th Santos Tour Down Under 2018 / Stage 5
Daryl Impey and Mitchelton-Scott Sport Director Matt White going over the plan for the day. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Sagan and UCI President Lappartient
Peter Sagan and UCI President David Lappartient chat before the stage. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Peloton
Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Breakaway
Seven riders formed the breakaway of the day. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Sagan
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Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Bico crash
Nuno Bico (Moivstart) hit the deck hard in the breakaway, but he got up and caught back on. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Doull
Owain Doull (Team Sky) has a tattoo commemorating his appearance at the Olympics. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Dlamini
Nicholas Dlamini (Dimension Data) has been in the breakaway four of the five stages. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Peloton
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Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Peloton
BM Racing and Bora-Hansgrohe kept the breakaway close. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Ewan
After two climbing stages, Caleb Ewan is looking forward to Sunday’s final sprint stage. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Dlamini and De Gendt
Dlamini and ThomasDe Gendt (Lotto Soudal) left their breakaway companions behind on the first ascent of Willunga Hill. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Dennis
As the peloton headed toward Willunga Hill for the first time, Mithelton-Scott took an interest and moved to the front of the peloton. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Bahrain-Merida
Bahrain-Merida led the peloton up the climb. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Peloton
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Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Peloton
The pace was fierce, as the peloton headed for the final ascent of Willunga Hill. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Porte
Porte attacked at the same spot his does every year, roughly 1.4km from the line. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: McCarthy
After initially following Porte’s acceleration, Jay McCarthy was dropped by the Tasmanian and suffered up the climb. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Porte
The undisputed king of Willunga Hill. Porte has won five of the seven times the race has finished atop the climb. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Impey
Impey found his rhythm near the top and powered away to claim second on the stage. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Impey
Impey took the Ochre leader’s jersey on Saturday, but heads into the final stage with Porte on the same time as him. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images
Santos Tour Down Under 2018, Stage 5: Edmondson
Australian national road race champion Alex Edmondson (Mithelton-Scott) takes a beer hand-up near the top of the climb. Photo: Tim De Waele | Getty Images