Cadel Evans: Love him or hate him, the show's almost over

As one of the peloton's most divisive figures prepares to bow out, how will Cadel Evans' career be remembered?

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Cadel Evans rolled past Rohan Dennis beyond the finish line in Paracombe at the end of stage three of the Tour Down Under on Thursday and gave his BMC teammate the thumbs up.

As well he might: the two Australians are now first and second on general classification, with Dennis in the leader’s ochre jersey. And yet it hadn’t gone exactly to plan.

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