Tour de Hoody: The WorldTour opener at the Santos Tour Down Under revealed some storylines we'll be seeing all season long.
Brown reels in the attacking Spratt to win the inaugural WorldTour edition.
Women's race is upgraded to WorldTour status and new summit finale replaces Old Willunga Hill.
Climbing ace Vine upsets the specialists while Brown confirms her status.
The elite men and women rode over the same distance and on the same day for the first time in the history of the world championships.
Brown 'hungry for more' after being pipped to the world title in Wollongong.
Dutchwoman claims third world championship time trial title
The Netherlands has dominated the TT discipline in recent seasons, but the USA, Australia, and Switzerland have riders to topple the orange nation.
Australian beats Elise Chabbey in two-up sprint in Aguilar de Campoo.
The Australian joined the team at the start of this season.
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'I wasn’t just sitting up and rolling to the finish. Elisa made the most of it though,' Australian says.
Brown keeps her race lead but Longo Borghini is tied on the same time with one stage to go.
Australian beats Kasia Niewiadoma and Elisa Longo Borghini after trio breakaway in final kilometers.
The Australian rider switched to the French team over the winter as she looks to get the 'full experience' of European road racing.
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From Anna van der Breggen's retirement to Elisa Balsamo signing for Trek-Segafredo to Uno-X building its 2022 roster, here are the latest moves in the women's peloton.
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The Australian riding for Team BikeExchange opened the sprint early from the front to take the uphill victory.
Dutch star returns a decade later to win De Ronde with searing attack on the Paterberg.
With the departure of superstar Dutchwoman Annemiek van Vleuten for Movistar, the Aussie team keeps key riders in its lineup to continue winning ways.
The 28-year old Australian celebrated her first European win in Belgium on Wednesday.