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Caleb Ewan

Caleb Ewan (cycling) will return to the Commonwealth Games for the first time since Glasgow 2014. On that occasion, the then 20-year-old was the designated leader of the Australian team but wet conditions wreaked havoc with the field and he was undone by a three-rider breakaway. Since then, Ewan, who rides for Lotto-Soudal, has gone on to become one of four Australians to win a stage of cycling’s three grand tours including five victories in the Tour de France. He has also claimed two-second places in the world’s longest one-day classic, Milan-San Remo. Ewan hails from Moss Vale in the southern highlands of NSW and won his first race aged 10. He told his parents Kassandra and Mark that he had no desire to finish school and left after completing Year 11. Like most top sprinters, the ‘Moss Vale Missile’ performed strongly as a track rider winning the junior world title in the omnium in 2011 as well as the junior national omnium, Madison and points race titles. Those successes were sandwiched between a junior national road race title in 2010 and a junior road time trial in 2012. Ewan went on to win the Australian under-23 road race title in 2014 before embarking on his successful international career.

Sport / Discipline

Cycling - Road

Birth Place

St Leonards

Birth state

NSW

Date of Birth

11/07/1994

Age

29

Glasgow, 2014

Results History

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