The Tour Down Under starts in South Australia tomorrow, with plenty of attention surrounding Australia’s new professional cycling team GreenEdge
, who will be making their World Tour debut in the event. They are represented by last year’s winner Cameron Meyer , as well as previous winners Simon Gerrans and Stuart O’Grady .
German sprint star Andre Greipel tuned up for the six day race with a win in the Down Under Classic, and as a two-time winner of the main event, will have his supporters. European stars Edvald Boassen Hagen , Jose Joaquin Rojas and Alejandro Valverde also look to have strong claims, while Spaniard Luis Leon Sanchez won the won the event in 2005.
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