Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness is a Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald

Caleb Ewan will be better for under-23 tour experience, says Robbie McEwen

Rupert Guinness Australian sprint great Robbie McEwen says rising star Caleb Ewan will continue to improve as a rider when he drops back to the under-23 ranks following his World Tour debut at the Tour Down Under.


Gracie Elvin and Caleb Ewan bag titles with stirring rides

Rupert Guinness In a brilliant display of courage and some good old cunning, Gracie Elvin defended her Australian road race championship on Saturday after overcoming bruising and abrasions from a mid-week race crash...


Gracie Elvin goes back-to-back at national titles

Winning smile: Gracie Elvin overcame injuries and being dropped on the last lap to defend her Australian road race title.

Rupert Guinness Elvin becomes the first back-to-back winner since Victorian Kathy Watt in 1992-94.


Tour Down Under: Rohan Dennis focused on beating the pain

Rohan Dennis.

Rupert Guinness Were Rohan Dennis able to, he would readily put up his hand as a contender for overall victory at next week's Tour Down Under.


Marcel Kittel stakes claim as the new king of the sprints with a third stage victory

Marcel Kittel of Germany, front, crosses the finish line ahead of second place Mark Cavendish.

Rupert Guinness TOURS: German Marcel Kittel is rapidly etching his name as the next sprint king of world cycling - if he has not done so already - during this year's Tour de France in which he claimed his third...


Evans crashes out of most dangerous race

Rupert Guinness Cadel Evans was grateful for one important thing - he had escaped without a broken bone.


Mass pile up hurts Renshaw's Tour hopes

Mark Renshaw

Rupert Guinness Mark Renshaw has never been a certainty to be picked by his team for this year's Centenary Tour de France because of its priorities behind helping Dutchman Robert Gesink finish as high as possible...


GreenEDGE confident of Giro stage win

Stage set: Dutch climber Pieter Weening shapes as a stage winner for GreenEDGE.

Rupert Guinness Orica-GreenEDGE will grant Dutch climber Pieter Weening freedom to try to finish as high overall as he can.

Bobridge's Olympic ambition overrides Giro wishes

Jack Bobridge

Rupert Guinness JACK BOBRIDGE regrets his withdrawal from the Giro d'Italia due to an ankle injury one day out from the finish on Sunday, but the Australian rider realises that continuing on would have placed at...


Evans steers clear of Tour crash mayhem

Rupert Guinness If the sound of collapsed bikes and bodies comes from behind, Cadel Evans knows he is safe - for now.

Early days are critical, says Evans


Rupert Guinness, Boulogne-sur-mer If the sound of collapsed bikes and bodies comes from behind, Cadel Evans knows he is safe - for now.


Evans finds unexpected allies in his battle against Wiggins


Rupert Guinness Cadel Evans predicts there will be a major reshuffle in the top order of the Tour de France on Monday while his team management hinted at an upset by the Australian.


Knock knock: Virenque on the other side of the law

The Breakaway: Stage 15

Rupert Guinness His history in doping aside, Frenchman Richard Virenque – the leader of the French Festina team that in 1998 was kicked out of the Tour for systematic doping – still clearly sees himself as a...