Caleb Ewan takes victory at Schwalbe Classic Criterium

The Australian has won four times in the past five editions of the race

Caleb Ewan is first across the line at the Schwalbe Classic Criterium (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

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Caleb Ewan took the sprint at the Tour Down Under Schwalbe Classic Criterium to make it four victories in five editions for the Australian.

The Lotto-Soudal sprinter beat out European road race champion Elia Viviani into second with his Cofidis team-mate Simone Consonni finishing third.

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