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Wiggle Teamwork Nets Santos Tour Sprints Jersey for Adelaidean Edmondson

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wiggle Teamwork Nets Santos Tour Sprints Jersey for Adelaidean Edmondson

Great teamwork from Wiggle Down Under riders secured overall victory in the Sprints Jersey classification for local rider Annette Edmondson in the fourth and final stage of the Santos Women’s Tour around downtown Adelaide’s Victoria Park. The one hour and ten minute criterium finished in a bunch sprint, with Melissa Hoskins (Orica-AIS) taking her second stage victory, ahead of Wiggle Down Under’s two-time former Road World Champion Giorgia Bronzini, with race leader, Hoskins’ teammate Valentina Scandolara taking third. “The first...

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Giorgia Bronzini Wins Santos Women’s Tour Stage Three In Small Group Sprint

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Giorgia Bronzini Wins Santos Women’s Tour Stage Three In Small Group Sprint

Wiggle Down Under’s Giorgia Bronzini cruised to victory in the third stage of the Santos Women’s Tour, the Jarvis Subaru Road Race between Tanunda and Athelstone, at the head of a small, highly select group. The hilliest day of the four-stage race saw just eleven riders arrive at the finish line together, with the former two-time Road World Champion taking the sprint victory by some considerable margin ahead of the Orica-AIS duo of stage two winner Melissa Hoskins and race leader Valentina Scandolara. “After in the KOM [on Checker Hill...

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Nettie Edmondson Takes Sprints Jersey On Santos Women’s Tour Stage Two

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Nettie Edmondson Takes Sprints Jersey On Santos Women’s Tour Stage Two

Wiggle Down Under’s Nettie Edmondson took third place in the bunch sprint of the second stage of the Santos Women’s Tour, the Jarvis Subaru Criterium, on East End, Adelaide, to take her first ever podium in the black and orange jersey in only her second race. The 23-year-old Adelaide local crossed the line in a close photo finish with winner Melissa Hoskins (Orica-AIS) and Australian criterium champion Kimberley Wells (High5 Dream Team) in second. “It was a little bit of a mess at the end there, but we managed to do okay to get up on...

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Wiggle Down Under On Form And Seeking Success In The Santos Women’s Tour

Posted by on Jan 16, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Wiggle Down Under On Form And Seeking Success In The Santos Women’s Tour

Wiggle Down Under will take the start of the Santos Women’s Tour with a team in form, in and around the South Australian capital, Adelaide, this weekend. The four-day race, run alongside the men’s Tour Down Under WorldTour race will form a major part of this season’s Subaru National Road Series, and will see the long-awaited debut of Adelaide local Nettie Edmondson in the black and orange jersey. “I’ve had the stuff in my house for quite a while now, and I’ve been looking at it every day, so it’s quite nice that the day has...

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Australian Champion signs with Wiggle Honda again!

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Australian Champion signs with Wiggle Honda again!

Less than 24 hours after Peta Mullens won the elite National Road Title as an individually “Sram Seight” sponsored athlete, Peta has signed another one season contract with Wiggle Honda Professional Women’s Cycling Team. “I’m the Australian National Road Champion & feel some responsibility to ensure that the jersey returns to Europe with a professional team,” she said.   Mullens signed her first ‘pro’ road contract with Wiggle Honda ahead of 2014 in order to compliment her MTB career, Peta spent 2014 juggling very...

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Jolien D’hoore Dominates Belgian Omnium Championships To Retain Her Title

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Jolien D’hoore Dominates Belgian Omnium Championships To Retain Her Title

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Jolien D’hoore dominated proceedings at the Belgian Omnium Championships at the Vlaamse Wielercentrum Eddy Merckx, in her hometown of Gent, East Flanders, to take the National title for a third successive year. The 24-year-old, who is also the Belgian Champion on the road, won the first five events to virtually guarantee herself overall victory, but an extraordinary performance in the final Points Race meant that she finished with an incredible total of 310 points. Topsport Vlaanderen-Pro Duo Ridley’s Lotte...

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Hosking Wins 2015 Mitchelton Bay Crits As Bronzini Takes Final Stage Victory

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Hosking Wins 2015 Mitchelton Bay Crits As Bronzini Takes Final Stage Victory

Wiggle Down Under’s Chloe Hosking completed her overall victory in the Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic series in the fourth and final stage in Williamstown, Victoria, as teammate Giorgia Bronzini sprinted to the win. Two-time road World Champion Bronzini’s sprint was too powerful for Kimberley Wells (Roxsolt) at the end of the fast and furious 45 minute race, with Hosking herself taking third place to secure her yellow jersey. “It was flat and fast, but it was even faster because Orica-AIS was so aggressive,” Hosking explained...

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Hosking Holds Overall Bay Crits Lead As Bronzini Takes Second On Stage Three

Posted by on Jan 4, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Hosking Holds Overall Bay Crits Lead As Bronzini Takes Second On Stage Three

Wiggle Down Under’s Chloe Hosking held onto the series leader’s yellow jersey after the third stage of the 2015 Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic, in Pontarlington, Victoria, as teammate Giorgia Bronzini took second place. The hilly circuit race was won by former Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling rider Peta Mullens after a long, solo break, but former two-time road World Champion Bronzini’s sprint power on the uphill finishing circuit saw her hold off another former teammate in Roxsolt’s Lauren Kitchen. Wiggle Down Under’s stage one winner...

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Chloe Hosking wins Mitchelton Bay Crits opener for Wiggle Down Under

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Chloe Hosking wins Mitchelton Bay Crits opener for Wiggle Down Under

Chloe Hosking won her very first race in the black and orange colours as she took the opening stage of the 2015 Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic, on Ritchie Boulevard, Geelong, Victoria, for the Wiggle Down Under team. The 24-year-old from nearby Bendigo was the fastest of a group of five riders that escaped midway through the 45 minute race, and beat former Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling rider Lauren Kitchen (Roxsolt) and Lizzie Williams (Orica-AIS) into second and third. “It’s a pretty incredible way to start with a new team I think!” Hosking...

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Eileen Roe takes second place in St Kilda Supercrit

Posted by on Dec 14, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Eileen Roe takes second place in St Kilda Supercrit

Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling’s Eileen Roe took her third podium finish of the Australian summer as she sprinted to second place in the Shimano Supercrit, in St Kilda, the suburb of Melbourne, Victoria. Just as the previous races in Launceston, Tasmania, had been, the aggressive hour-long event saw a battle between Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling and the Roxsolt team, with Kimberley Wells just hitting the line first. Roxsolt’s Chloe Hosking, who will be joining the black and orange team in 2015, took third. Despite several attacks involving Wiggle...

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