Same, same but different: Leo Hayter is targeting big GC wins as he forges a different success story to brother Ethan

Wins at Liège-Bastogne-Liège, Tour of Brittany and the U23 time trial nationals have elevated his standing

Leo Hayter
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Being the brother of one of cycling's emerging superstars will always prompt questions about similarities and differences. It's unfair, really, for what one brother does doesn't necessarily affect what the other does.

But Leo Hayter's fine with it. Partly because he's no doubt accepted the line of questioning will perpetuate in the coming years, but mainly because he isn't a replica of Ethan's skillset. 

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