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Tour Down Under 2019 odds

Who wins Tour Down Under 2019?

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Daryl Impey2.252.20
Richie Porte4.003.50
Michael Woods6.006.00
Patrick Bevin6.505.00
Luis León Sánchez10.0010.00
George Bennett19.0017.00
Wouter Poels19.0017.00
Diego Ulissi67.0067.00
Dries Devenyns67.0067.00
Chris Hamilton101.00101.00
Jan Polanc101.00101.00
Rohan Dennis101.00101.00
Ruben Guerreiro101.00101.00
Tadej Pogacar126.00126.00
Domenico Pozzovivo151.00126.00
Ryan Gibbons151.00151.00
Michael Valgren301.00201.00
Tom-Jelte Slagter301.00251.00
Jai Hindley301.00301.00
Lucas Hamilton301.00301.00
Ben O'connor401.00401.00
Dylan Van Baarle401.00401.00
Robert Gesink401.00401.00
Peter Sagan601.00501.00
Cameron Meyer601.00601.00
Chris Harper601.00601.00
Eduard Prades601.00601.00
Gregor Mühlberger601.00601.00
Lluís Mas Bonet601.00601.00
Michael Storer601.00601.00
Pierre-Roger Latour601.00601.00
Hermann Pernsteiner751.00751.00
Jay Mc Carthy751.00751.00
Dylan Sunderland1001.001001.00
Jarlinson Pantano1001.001001.00
Kenny Elissonde1001.001001.00
Rafael Valls1001.001001.00
Steve Morabito1001.001001.00
Thomas De Gendt1001.001001.00
James Knox1501.001501.00
Kilian Frankiny1501.001501.00
Peter Stetina1501.001501.00
Scott Davies1501.001501.00
Thomas Marzynski1501.001501.00
Lachlan Morton2501.002501.00
Luke Durbridge2501.002501.00
Adam Hansen4501.004501.00
Davide Ballerini4501.004501.00
Nathan Haas4501.004501.00
Nico Denz4501.004501.00
Rubén Fernández4501.004501.00
Víctor De La Parte4501.004501.00

The 21st edition of the Tour Down Under is the first race on the UCI World Tour calendar, starting on Tuesday 15th January 2019 in Adelaide and finishing on Sunday 20th January 2019 with a tough climb on Willunga Hill. This year, the main Queen Stage will be on the final day to ensure the race to win should be exciting right to the end.

The current title holder is Daryl Impey (Team Mitchelton-Scott), who was joined on the podium in 2018 by Richie Porte (Team Trek - Segafredo) and Tom-Jelte Slagter (Team Dimension Data).

The Tour Down Under 2019 route

The 2019 route features both hill and sprint stages, however, this year, the traditional circuit race in Adelaide has been changed to the Queen Stage finishing at Willunga Hill to ensure the General Classification battle stays competitive until the last stage.

Stage one of the Tour Down Under is a route into the Adelaide Hills, taking the riders from the north of Adelaide into one classified climb before a fast finish in Port Adelaide.

Stage two features a King Of The Mountain (KOM) climb near the start of the race, leaving the sprinters who successfully navigate to the top of the climb to fight for the finish. The stage finishes with a false flat 2 km in Angaston.

Stage three is the most demanding so far, with over 3,337 metres of elevation to tackle. The toughest part of the stage is the seven 13.9 km laps of a hilly circuit around Uraidla.

Stage four takes the riders from Unley to Campbelltown. The majority of the route is energy sapping rolling hills, with a tough finale to top it off. Corkscrew Road is a 3.7 km climb with an average gradient of 6.4%, ramping up to 15%. The summit is reached some 5.7 km from the end, meaning it will be a technical downhill finish into Campbelltown.

Stage five is another stage for the sprinters, travelling 149.5 km from Glenelg to Strathalbyn. Stage six is the final Queen Stage in the Adelaide Hills. It’s the toughest of the stages and also the longest at 151.5 km. The climax of the six-day stage race is the Willunga Hill climb, which finishes with a 3 km ascent averaging 7% gradient. The general classification winner will likely be decided on this climb.

The favourites

Given the end of the race being at Willunga Hill, former winner Richie Porte will be the favourite considering his domination of that part of the race over the last five years. Challengers include another former winner, Rohan Dennis (Bahrain Merida Pro Cycling Team), along with the defending champion Daryl Impey.

Elsewhere, Tom-Jelte Slagter will be hoping to better his 2018 podium finish, and Michael Valgren (Team Dimension Data), Peter Sagan (Team BORA - hansgrohe) and Wout Poels (Team Sky) will be looking to contend. The fast men to watch are Caleb Ewan (Team Lotto Soudal) and Elia Viviani (Team Deceuninck - Quick Step).

Australian riders typically succeed in the race - an Australian has won the the Tour twelve times.


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