Cameron Meyer takes overall lead
ADELAIDE, Australia -- The first three stages of the Tour Down Under belonged to the sprinters. The fourth stage belonged to Cameron Meyer.
The multiple world champion seized the overall lead in the season's first race Friday, surviving an audacious breakaway about 20 miles into the 76-mile stage from Norwood to Strathalbyn. Meyer then sprinted away from his nearest challengers to the finish line.
"It's a little bit of a shock I guess, to pull off a stage in the Tour. It's obviously ...
Read full story