Jack Bobridge: From enfant terrible to Tour Down Under leader

The Australian's victory in the Tour Down Under gives a reminder why he was once considered such a unique talent

Jack Bobridge wins stage one of the 2015 Tour Down Under

(Image credit: Graham Watson)

Bobridge celebrates taking the leader ocre jersey at the Tour Down Under. (Yuzuru Sunada)

Bobridge celebrates taking the leader's ochre jersey at the Tour Down Under. (Yuzuru Sunada)

It was Back to the Future on day one of the Tour Down Under. Jack Bobridge, once the enfant terrible of Australian cycling, wound back the clock on his local roads, following an attack in the first few kilometres, scrapping for sprints and hill primes with three breakaway companions, then finding the strength to attack and hold on for an unlikely win.

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