Cadel Evans

Date of BirthFebruary 14, 1977
Place of BirthKatherine, Northern Territory, Australia
Height1.74 m
Weight69 kg
Professional Career2001-2015

Cadel Evans is a former professional road racing cyclist from Australia. He was born in Katherine, Northern Territory, on February 14, 1977. Evans had a prosperous career in the 2000s and was renowned for his climbing skills and stage race dominance.

Evans began his professional cycling career in 2001 and has since won a number of major events. He won the 2007 UCI Road World Cup and the 2010 UCI ProTour. Evans was also successful in major tours, placing second in the Tour de France in 2007 and 2008 before claiming victory in 2011. He also won the 2010 Giro d’Italia and placed third in the 2009 Vuelta a España.

Evans was noted off the bike for his commitment to training and attention to detail. He has served as an ambassador for several charities, including the Amy Gillett Foundation, which promotes bicycle road safety.

In 2015, Evans resigned from professional cycling, but he continues active in the sport as a commentator and ambassador.

Cadel Evans’ Greatest Achievements:

2011Tour de France
2010Giro d’Italia
2010UCI ProTour
2009UCI Road World Championships (Road Race)
2008Tour de France (2nd place)
2007UCI Road World Cup
2007Tour de France (2nd place)

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