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7 Feb 2016 - 06:45
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Arthur's Seat unseats Bobridge from podium by three seconds

The battle for the final podium all came down to the last of three ascents of Arthur's Seat. Jack Bobridge crossed the line in 8th place, 36 seconds behind the stage and overall winner Chris Froome (Sky), seemingly with enough time to hold his third overall in the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, except for the time bonus at the finish. Damien Howson (Orica-GreenEdge) followed Froome across the line 17 seconds behind and grabbed the six-second bonus that allowed him to leapfrog Bobridge onto the final podium step - by a mere three seconds.
 
6 Feb 2016 - 13:30
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Nizzolo clinches podium in Dubai

It was not the ending the team envisioned. After three stages of impeccable team work and flawless lead outs, it all fell apart in the final kilometers of stage four of the Tour of Dubai Saturday. Nizzolo, who finished in 6th, still lay claim to the second podium step.
 
6 Feb 2016 - 05:00
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Bonifazio sprints to second in stage 3 photo finish

Niccolo Bonifazio came within an inch of claiming victory in stage three of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour Saturday, edged at the line by John Murphy (Unitedhealthcare) in a breathtaking photo finish. Steele Van Hoff (One Pro Cycling) rounded out the top three.
 
5 Feb 2016 - 14:00
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Nizzolo sprints into the overall lead in Dubai

Giacomo Nizzolo gave everything up the final short but painfully steep climb towards the Hatta Dam to finish in second place and leap into the overall lead in the Dubai Tour. The only hills in the four-day race arrived in the final kilometers of the 172-kilometer stage three, but they proved no hazard to the sprinters who ruled the punchy finale.
 
5 Feb 2016 - 05:30
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Feisty Bobridge climbs to 3rd overall in Sun Tour

Jack Bobridge went on the offensive in stage two at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour, attacking early and again late, to launch himself from 8th to 3rd place in the overall classification. Bobridge's solo move ahead of the first sprint saw him grab three bonus seconds, and in the final climb of the 144.2-kilometer stage, he bolted away again, creating a select six-man group that arrived at the finish to contest the win.
 
4 Feb 2016 - 13:15
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Nizzolo caps another third as crash disrupts Dubai stage two

The 183-kilometer stage two at the Dubai Tour ended once again in a fast bunched finish, but a crash in the front of the peloton coming out of the tunnel with one kilometer to go altered the final sprint for the line. Boy Van Poppel, the final lead out for Giacomo Nizzolo, crashed hard after what appeared to be a touch of wheels. Nizzolo avoided going down behind him as he had lost Van Poppel's wheel in the tunnel - maybe in hindsight a good thing. Nizzolo managed to recover and pulled himself back into the mix, but it was too late to muster anything better than third.
 
4 Feb 2016 - 05:15
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Bobridge 6th in Sun Tour's crucial first stage

There was no easing into the 126-kilometer first stage in the Jayco Herald Sun Tour with a decisive category one climb placed at stage end, and the tough seven kilometer ascent sorted out a first hint of the final overall classification. Jack Bobridge crossed the line with a select group that sprinted for third place...
 
3 Feb 2016 - 15:00

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3 Feb 2016 - 12:30
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Dubai opens with speedy stage; Nizzolo third

Giacomo Nizzolo sprinted to third place after superb teamwork by Trek-Segafredo in the opening stage of the Dubai Tour. There was no stopping Marcel Kittel (Etixx-Quick Step) who easily captured the win and showed the Kittel of old has returned. Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) was second.
 
3 Feb 2016 - 09:45
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Bonifazio 7th in Sun Tour prologue

The Jayco Herald Sun Tour kicked off Wednesday evening in Melbourne with a fast, technical 2.1-kilometer prologue. Niccolò Bonifazio completed the tricky course that required a combination of power and acceleration in a time of 2:39:16. A mere one second slower, Jack Bobridge ended in 15th place – it was a race decided by milliseconds.