Weirdest team-mates, teleportation and the end of cycling in 2050: Ten questions with Caleb Ewan

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2019 has been a year Australian sprinter Caleb Ewan will be able to look back on fondly.

After switching teams from Mitchelton-Scott to Lotto-Soudal, the 25-year-old went into his first ever participation in the Tour de France and came away with three stage wins. Including claiming victory on the Champs-Élysées on stage 21.

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However, after a season of incessantly talking about racing, what went well and what went wrong, how the legs are feeling, it can be nice to take a moment in the off-season to find out a bit more about the person behind the rider.

Therefore, when we caught up Caleb Ewan at the recent Six Day London, we decided to delve a bit further, go a bit left field. What superpower would Ewan choose? And what does he think the world will be like in 2050?

Here are ten questions with Caleb Ewan.

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Hi. I'm Cycling Weekly's Weekend Editor. I like writing offbeat features and eating too much bread when working out on the road at bike races.

Before joining Cycling Weekly I worked at The Tab and I've also written for Vice, Time Out, and worked freelance for The Telegraph (I know, but I needed the money at the time so let me live).

I also worked for ITV Cycling between 2011-2018 on their Tour de France and Vuelta a España coverage. Sometimes I'd be helping the producers make the programme and other times I'd be getting the lunches. Just in case you were wondering - Phil Liggett and Paul Sherwen had the same ham sandwich every day, it was great.