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Cadel Evans’ career in numbers

– First Australian cyclist to win the Tour de France (2011)

– First Australian to become world champion in the road race (Mendrisio, 2009)

– Raced 17 Grand Tours and finished them all, bar one (first – 2002 Giro, last 2014 Vuelta)

– Got a GC podium in all three Grand Tours

– Won two stages in the Tour de France and another one in the Corsa Rosa

– Only Australian rider to take the points classification in the Giro d’Italia

– Wore the Tour de France yellow jersey for eight days

– First cyclist from Down Under who has won Tirreno-Adriatico

– Only the third rider to win Flèche Wallonne while wearing the rainbow jersey (2010); he’s also the first Australian to finish first in the Belgian Classic

– Holds the record for the longest time span between two victories in the Tour de Romandie (2006 – 2011)

– Rode for five teams: Saeco Macchine per Caffè, Mapei-Quick Step, Telekom, Davitamon-Lotto and BMC

– During his pro career, he took part in 87 races from 21 countries

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  1. Multumim Cadel! Multumim Alex!

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