Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness

Rupert Guinness is a Sports Reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald


Cadel reach the summit again?

Rupert Guinness After the high point of his 2011 Tour de France win, Cadel Evans struggled in 2012. Rupert Guinness looks at what needs to go right for Evans, at 36, to remain in contention for cycling's greatest...

Evans in a race against time to return to the summit

Cadel Evans in Barwon Heads. 7 December 2012.The Age Sunday. Photo:EDDIE JIM.

Rupert Guinness It has been almost five months since Cadel Evans pedalled his bike in competitive fury.


Evans' Italian job shows Tour promise

Cadel Evans

Rupert Guinness Cadel Evans doesn't have a win to celebrate just yet.

I have not won the Tour de France: Andy Schleck feels sad for Alberto Contador

Andy Schleck.

Rupert Guinness in Doha Andy Schleck of Luxembourg and Michele Scarponi of Italy, the two riders poised to gain most from the two year suspension handed to Spaniard Alberto Contador, feel there is no reason to celebrate the...

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Fitness or team morale: Evans's dilemma with his Tour preparations

Rupert Guinness dinkus

Rupert Guinness Cadel Evans's preparation for the Tour de France is delicately poised, as he wrestles with an infection that forced him to stop in Sunday's Amstel Gold Race in the Netherlands.

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Goss hopes he has turned the corner in search of elusive win


Rupert Guinness The frustration Matt Goss felt was clear on his face before he came to a halt in front of the Orica-GreenEDGE team bus.


Goss to make assault on pink in Giro

Matt Goss

Rupert Guinness Matt Goss has cast aside the disappointment of being beaten by British world champion Mark Cavendish in the fifth stage of the Giro d'Italia on Thursday to declare his intentions for an all-out...


Fatigued Renshaw still chasing stage win

Mark Renshaw

Rupert Guinness in Lago Laceno, Italy Mark Renshaw laments the fatigue that is starting to set in his body after racing eight days in the Giro d'Italia and with a stage win as elusive as ever.