Tour de Korea

  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 8: Seoul

    by - Jun 14, 2015
    Despite suffering a brief setback with a mechanical issue inside the last 25km of today’s final Tour de Korea stage, 20 year-old Caleb Ewan held his composure to win the last intermediate sprint and effectively sew-up...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 7: Gansun – Daejeon

    by - Jun 13, 2015
    With the added motivation of a stage win in front of his parents, who had flown over from Australia as a surprise, race leader Caleb Ewan threw everything he had at the line today, beating second-placed...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 6: Gangjin – Gansun

    by - Jun 12, 2015
    Having won the opening stage of this year’s Tour de Korea, the superior climbing form of Wouter Wippert’s sprint rivals in later stages meant he wasn’t fresh enough when it mattered. Today however, the Drapac sprinter...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 5: Yeosu – Gangjin

    by - Jun 11, 2015
    After being narrowly beaten by the faster-finishing Paddy Bevin (Avanti Racing Team) yesterday, Caleb Ewan was determined not to let the Kiwi get the better of him again today....Read More
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 4: Muju – Yeosu

    by - Jun 10, 2015
    Avanti Racing Team’s Patrick Bevin narrowly beat ORICA-GreenEDGE’s star sprinter and race leader Caleb Ewan today, in a hot and humid 207km stage. The versatile Kiwi’s win follows recent stage victories at the Herald Sun Tour...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 3: Muju

    by - Jun 9, 2015
    It was a case of same but different for Korea’s newly-adopted cycling son, Caleb Ewan (ORICA-GreenEDGE). The diminutive 20-year old repeated his stage win performance from yesterday but was also able to pull on the yellow...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 2: Gumi – Muju

    by - Jun 8, 2015
    Koreans have been quick to throw their support behind Australian Cycling’s ‘Boy Wonder’ Caleb Ewan, thanks in no small part to learning about his Korean roots. Today in Muju, Ewan – whose mother is Korean –...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea stage 1: Busan – Gumi

    by - Jun 8, 2015
    Drapac Pro Cycling’s sprint gun Wouter Wippert was a decisive winner of today’s opening 189.1km stage which finished in Gumi, Gyeongbuk province. The 24 year old Dutchman, making his first appearance at Tour de Korea, sealed...
  • 2015 Tour de Korea preview

    by - May 23, 2015
    A reliable, if somewhat inert, mainstay of the UCI AsiaTour since its inception in 2005, the eight-day Tour de Korea has recently sprung into life. Elevated from UCI2.2 to UCI2.1 status in 2014, Korea’s only professional road cycling event...
  • 2013 Tour de Korea stage 8: Hongcheon – Hanam

    by - Jun 16, 2013
    Michael Cuming today secured the biggest win of his pro cycling career with victory at the 2013 Tour de Korea; demonstrating remarkable resilience after attrition reduced his Rapha Condor JLT team to three at a critical point...