Aussie Highlights at

 Tour of Britain
 UK's biggest pro-cycling race

4th-11th Sept 2016


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Past Aussie highlights at Tour Of Britain
Mens' since 1987 &
womens' race first held 2013


Sep 11th 2o16- Caleb Ewan wins stage
& Rohan Dennis finishes 2nd on GC 
Sep 10th 2016- Rohan Dennis wins stage
2nd in morning ITT stage
Sep 9th 2016- Rohan Dennis 2nd in stage
Sep 4th 2016-
Caleb Ewen 2nd in stage


Sep 8th 2014-
Mark Renshaw wins stage


10th Anniversary in 2013 featured a time trial
and a summit finish for the first time

18 Sept 2013- Steele Von Holf 3rd in stage 4


16 Sept 2012-  Nathan Haas 2nd on GC
& 3rd in Points comp
Bernard Sulzberger 3rd in KOM comp
Leigh Howard 4th on GC
14 Sept 2012-  Nathan Haas 3rd in stage
13 Sept 2012-  Nathan Haas 4th in stage
Leigh Howard  took back leaders jersey
12 Sept 2012- Steele Von Hoff 2nd in stage
 Leigh Howard 3rd in stage
& relinquished lead
11 Sept 2012- Leigh Howard 2nd in stage
& took over leaders jersey
10 Sept 2012- Leigh Howard wins stage
Steele Von Hoff 4th in stage
Jack Bobridge part of sextet break caught late in stage


18 sept 2011- Mark Renshaw 2nd in stage
15 sept 2011- Mark Renshaw wins stage
with team mate Cavendish 2nd
13 sept 2011- Michael Matthews 2nd in stage
11 sept 2011- Mark Renshaw 2nd in stage
behind team mate Mark Cavendish


17 Sept 2010- Richie Porte 3rd in stage
& finishes 4th on GC
13 Sept 2010- Cameron Meyer 4th in stage
12 sept 2010- Heinrich Haussler 3rd in stage


19 Sept 2009- Christopher Sutton 2nd in stage
 & finished 2nd on GC
16 Sept 2009- Simon Clarke 5th in stage
15 Sept 2009- Christopher Sutton 2nd in stage
14 Sept 2009- Christopher Sutton 3rd in stage
12 Sept 2009- Christopher Sutton wins stage


15 Sept 2008- Matthew Goss wins Points comp
13 Sept 2008- Matthew Goss 2nd in stage
11 Sept 2008- Matthew Goss 2nd in stage
8 sept 2008- Matthew Goss wins stage
& Christopher Sutton 3rd in stage


15 Sept 2007-  Luke Roberts 2nd on GC
12 Sept 2007- Matthew Goss wins stage
11 sept 2007- Luke Roberts 2nd in stage
9 Sep 2007- Zakkari Dempster 4th in prologue


3 Sept 2006- Michael Rogers 5th on GC
31 Aug 2006- Michael Rogers 2nd in stage
29 Aug 2006- Matthew Goss 3rd in stage
in successful 3 man breakaway

4 Sept 2005- Ben Day 5th on GC
30 Aug 2005- Michael Rogers 4th in stage

5 Sept 2004-
Ben Day won KOM comp
& finished 15th on GC
1 Sept 2004- Ben Day 10th in stage

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British cycling was left without a major stage race
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Prutour of Britian

1998-1999
nine-day Prutour covered more than 830 miles
also backed an international women's race on final day
original plan to spomsor for four years


29 May 1999- Stuart O'Grady 2nd in stage
Jay sweet wins Sprint comp
& finishes 2nd in KOM Comp
27 May 1999- Stuart O'Grady wins stage
 Jay Sweet 3rd in stage
25 May-1999- David McKenzie 2nd in stage
24 May-1999- Jay Sweet 4th in stage
23 May-1999- Stuart O'Grady 3rd in opening stage
David McKenzie 5th in stage

31 May 1998- Jay Sweet wins stage
David McKenzie 2nd in stage
& Stuart O'Grady wins on GC
 Neil Stephens 4th on GC
30 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady Wins stage
29 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady 2nd in stage
 & leads on GC
stage 5 abandoned after death of a police escort
27 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady 3rd in stage 
26 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady 3rd in stage
25 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady wins stage
Neil Stephens 5th in stage
24 May-1998- Stuart O'Grady 3rd in stage
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Kellogg's Tour of Britain
first held in 1985
Kellogg's ended its backing of the pro tour in 1994

12 Aug 1994- Scott Sunderland wins KOM
9 Aug 1994- Scott Sunderland 2nd in stage 


13 Aug 1993- Phil Anderson wins on GC
9 Aug 1993- Phil Anderson wins stage 


10 Aug 1992- Phil Anderson 5th in stage 
8 Aug 1992- Alan Peiper 5th in stage 



10 Aug1991- Phil Anderson won GC
9 Aug 1991- Phil Anderson 3rd in stage
8 Aug1991- Phil Anderson wins stage
6 Aug 1991- Phil Anderson wins stage
Alan Peiper 4th in stage

5 Aug 1990 - Phil Anderson 2nd in stage
3 Aug 1990- - Phil Anderson 4th in stage 
2 Aug 1990- MichaĆ«l Wilson 4th in stage 
31 Jul 1990- Phil Anderson 5th in stage 


3 Sep 1989- Phil Anderson 7th in GC
31 Aug 1989- Phil Anderson 2nd in stage 
30 Aug 1989- Phil Anderson wins stage 

14 Aug 1988- Stephen Hodge 10th on GC

12 Aug 1987- Allan Peiper Wins opening stage
in a brilliant break away ride