Despite a relatively disappointing overall finish of 16th in the general classification, Giro d'Italia winner Jai Hindley believes there were still "a lot of positive points to take away" from the Tour Down Under
”It was a very difficult day on a really complicated course, but the boys rode really well," the 26-year-old Australian told his team following the climax of the 2023 Santos Tour Down Under. "We were always present at the front, whether in the breakaway or in the group of favourites."
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"Although a tough course, it wasn't steep enough for pure climbers to escape, and the day ended with a tough uphill sprint," `the BORA-hansgohe rider, who was actually returning to the race for the fourth time in his career continued. "We will still take a lot of positives from this week which is also a great way to end the Tour Down Under."
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