Every day from the Tour Down Under we'll be bringing you free video highlights of the first ProTour race of the 2008 season.
This page includes highlights of stage four of the event, and features comment from Phil Liggett, interviews with stage winner Andre Greipel, overall leader Mark Renshaw, and a few words from an intrepid group of mature Brits who have come over to South Australia to take part in the Mutual Community event (where amateurs follow the same course as the professionals).
You will need Quicktime to view this movie. If it's not showing, try clicking on the links below which will open the highlights in the player format shown:
Tour Down Under: stage four report and results
Tour Down Under: stage three video highlights
Tour Down Under: stage three report and results
Tour Down Under: stage two video highlights
Tour Down Under: stage two report and results
Tour Down Under: stage one video highlights
Tour Down Under: stage one report and results
Tour Down Under: everything you need know
Down Under Classic video highlights
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