Tour Down Under: Video highlights from stage six

Caleb Ewan takes his second win of the Tour Down Under as Simon Gerrans wraps up the overall victory
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It was all about the Australians in the 2016 Tour Down Under, and stage six was no different. Orica-GreenEdge claimed their fourth win of the race with Caleb Ewan bookending his tour with victories.

At the end of the 90km criterium-style stage around Adelaide, Ewan made the win look easy, sitting on the wheels of his rivals before outsprinting them for the line.

The diminutive 21-year-old pipped Dimension Data’s Mark Renshaw and Trek-Segafredo‘s Giacomo Nizzolo to the line to ensure that Australian riders won all six stages of the race.

Simon Gerrans clung on for the overall win, having taken the ochre jersey after winning stage three, while Team Sky‘s Sergio Henao took home the mountains jersey.

Jay McCarthey (Tinkoff) and Richie Porte (BMC) took the other available stages in the Australian domination, with Porte taking his first win for his new team and his third successive victory on Willunga Hill.

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