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Jack Bobridge is Australia's latest road champion. We speak with him about his big win and the seemingly limitless prospects for his career.
- 1. Jack Bobridge (Aus), Garmin-Transitions, 4:45:38
- 2. Ruben Perez Moreno (Esp), Euskaltel-Euskadi, at 0:04
- 3. Thomas De Gendt (Bel), Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator, at 0:04
- 4. Michael Van Stayen (Bel), Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator, at 0:04
- 5. Gorik Gardeyn (Bel), Vacansoleil Pro Cycling Team, at 0:04
The Garmin-Transitions rider spends the day in a break and then attacks it just short of the finish for the victory.
None other than Lance Armstrong tips Jack Bobridge as a name to watch for the future. The 20-year-old Aussie railed to the U23 men’s time trial world title Wednesday in Mendrisio to prove that Armstrong’s endorsement is deserved. “You couldn’t ask for much more than that for Lance to mention your name as an up-and-comer,” Bobridge said after dominating the 65-rider field. “It gives me extra motivation. I think I caught his eye a little bit and he’s been following my progress. I met him at the Tour Down Under this year and we had a chance to train together.”