Jai Hindley reflects on a life-changing Giro win, what it means for his Bora-Hansgrohe team, and Australia as a whole
‘A significant moment in Australian sporting history’: Jai Hindley joins greats with Giro d’Italia win | Kieran Pender
The 26-year-old from Perth followed in Cadel Evans’s footsteps by becoming just the second Australian man to win a grand tour
Jai Hindley became the first Australian to win the Giro d'Italia as the 26-year-old eased home on the final-stage time-trial. Hindley, who had lost the 2020 race on the final-day time trial, had snatched the pink jersey and an 85-second lead from Richard Carapaz on Saturday. Ecuador's Carapaz went out...
Jai Hindley secured overall victory in the Giro d’Italia as Matteo Sobrero won the concluding time trial in Verona. Hindley soaked up the adulation in the city’s historic arena a day after taking the pink jersey off Richard Carapaz in the final mountain stage to the top of the Marmolada, finishing with a comfortable winning margin of 78 seconds.
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