Caleb Ewan confirms participation in Santos Tour Down Under 2024

Last Sunday (15), through social networks and official websites, the organizers of the Santos Tour Down Under 2024 competition confirmed that Caleb Ewan will participate in the matches, which will take place between January 16th and 21st, next year, in Adelaide, Australia.

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In this competition, the cyclist will compete with his newest team Jayco-AIUla and was the first to be confirmed in the competition. “I’ve always enjoyed racing in Adelaide. It’s a great way to start the year and the support we’ve received from the Australian public is incredible. I feel like I have unfinished business at the Santos Tour Down Under and I can’t wait to get back there, racing for the Jayco-AIUla team in January,” he said.

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Race director Stuart O’Grady praised the athlete’s attitude and performance in the sport: “Caleb will try to prove that he is one of the fastest sprinters on the planet. He is a fan favorite at the Santos Tour Down Under, and we can expect he will be challenging in the Ziptrak Men’s Stage 1 Tanunda to Tanunda, Stage 3 Tea Tree Gully to Campbelltown, and the Stage 4 Murray Bridge to Port Elliot.”

Recently, according to the website Sporza, Caleb Ewan declared that he had to end his contract with Lotto-Dstny a year ahead of schedule and signed a new contract with Jayco-AIUIa for 2024. The change occurred due to comments and statements by Stéphane Heulot, CEO of Lotto-Dstny, stating that the cyclist should have performed better as the team provides assistance to make this happen.

However, the information did not go down well with Caleb Ewan and his team, in which he responded to the statements as “humiliating” and “quite disgusting”. After the event, the cyclist reported that “the team made it clear that they preferred me to leave”, but that he still had a contract to fulfill. During long conversations, the athlete and the team reached an agreement.

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