THE Men’s Tour Down Under (TDU) has come and gone for another year, with Daryl Impey securing back-to-back titles following the completion of stage six on Sunday.
LOCAL residents are set to see some of the world’s best cyclists weave their way through the Barossa region over the next week as part of the 2019 Tour Down Under (TDU).
A PROPOSAL to bring the 2020 Tour Down Under (TDU) to Gawler has hit a roadblock, in the form of Gawler Council.
MORE of the Barossa will be showcased to a worldwide audience next year, with the region’s northern area included in the 2019 Tour Down Under (TDU).
LIGHT Regional Council has declined the opportunity to host a stage for the 2019 Tour Down Under.
LYNDOCH’S community and creative spirits have been recognised, with the town placing third in the ‘Santos Best Dressed Town’ competition.
SOUTH African cyclist Daryl Impey claimed the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under crown after he took the Santos Ochre Winner’s Jersey in Adelaide on Sunday afternoon.
WOMEN’S Santos Tour Down Under competitors will receive as much prize money as their male counterparts, after the State Government announced it will provide a further $90,000 towards winnings.