Aussie Debutant Rohan Dennis Quits Tour de France

SAINT-GIRONS, France, July 07, 2013 (AFP) - Australian Rohan Dennis has pulled out of his first Tour de France, the Garmin team said before the start of the ninth stage to Bagneres-de-Bigorre on Sunday. Garmin said Dennis was scheduled to quit the race on Sunday night, prior to the race's first rest day on Monday. However the Aussie did not start Sunday's ninth stage, which features … [Read more...]

Dennis Takes The Yellow, As Martin Wins Dauphine Stage 4

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PARC DES OISEAUX, France, June 05, 2013 (AFP) - Australian Rohan Dennis snatched the race leader's yellow jersey of the Criterium du Dauphine after Wednesday's fourth stage, which was won by German Tony Martin. Garmin rider Dennis, a silver medalist in the team pursuit at the London Olympics, was second in the 32.5km time-trial, 47sec behind Omega-Pharma's Martin, the reigning world … [Read more...]

Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda Unveils 2013 Roster

Team Garmin Wins 2012 Giro Stage 4 TTT

Team Garmin-Sharp-Barracuda today unveiled its 2013 roster, it’s youngest roster ever – with additions for 2013 including Rohan Dennis, Caleb Fairly, Lachlan Morton and Steele Von Hoff. “We had our strongest season in the history of the team in 2012, with our first Grand Tour win at the Giro, and we’ll be looking to build on that success in 2013,” said Jonathan Vaughters, CEO, … [Read more...]

Dennis, Avery and Lapthorne Sign With Pegasus Sports

Brisbane: Pegasus Sports is pleased to announce the signing of Rohan Dennis (AUS), Clinton Robert Avery (NZL) andClinton Robert Avery (AUS). Rohan Dennis is one of the major young talents in Australia. The 20-year-old athlete from Ashford is a road as well as a track cyclist and raced in 2010 for Team Jayco – Skins. At the beginning of the 2010 season, the young rider claimed victory in the … [Read more...]

Australia Beat Britain In World Cup Team Pursuit

MELBOURNE, Nov 20, 2009 (AFP) – An untried Australian combination rode one of the fastest teams pursuit times here to beat arch-rivals Britain in the Melbourne World Cup round on Friday. Cameron Meyer, Rohan Dennis, Michael Hepburn and Luke Durbridge clocked three minutes 59.599 seconds to win the gold medal ride-off. The British, who broke Australia’s world record to win the teams … [Read more...]