Stage 6 of the 2010 Tour de France started in Montargis and ended in Gueugnon. Robbie McEwen finished the ride in 05:37:42. He ranked #4 for the stage. The day's winner was Mark Cavendish. Inclusive of Stage 6, Robbie Mc Ewen now ranks #23 in the overall general classification of the 2010 Tour. His current GC time is 04:40:19 and he has a total gap of 00:02:49 from race leader Fabian Cancellara. Cancellara currently holds the yellow jersey, followed by Geraint Thomas in second and...Read Full Story
Robbie McEwen is riding for Team Katusha in the 2010 Tour de France. The team is managed by Andrei Tchmil. Team Katusha will face stiff competition from Astana (with overall favorite Alberto Contador) and Radioshack (with famed Tour vet Lance Armstrong).Radioshack rider Lance Armstrong has announced that this will be his last year in the Tour de France. Armstrong is by far the most famous of all riders in the tour. However, Lance will turn 39 later this year and he realizes that the sport...Read Full Story
Robbie Mc Ewen competed Stage 11 of the 2010 Tour de France today in 04:42:29. He ranked #5 for the stage. Mark Cavendish won the stage in a sprint. Saxo Bank's Andy Schleck maintained his overall lead in the 2010 Tour. Schleck is chased by Astana's Alberto Contador in second, Samuel Sanchez in third, and Denis Menchov in fourth. After Stage 11, Alessandro Petacchi from LAMPRE wears the Green Jersey with 161 points. The best climber so far is Jerome Pineau, from team Quick Step. In...Read Full Story
Robbie McEwen took seventh place in Stage 5 of the Tour de France today in a time of 4:30:50. His overall combined time in the general classification is now 23:02:37. Mark Cavendish won the stage in a sprint finish. All of the top riders were awarded the same time in the GC with now gap. This is Mark Cavendish's 11th stage win in his history of riding the Tour de France. It was his first stage win of the 2010 Tour. Fabian Cancellara of Saxo Bank still holds the yellow jersey and...Read Full Story
Robbie McEwen won the first stage of the 2007 Tour de France.The first stage was a flat flat 126-mile route out to flat Canterbury -- and it came down to a massive sprint. Robbie McEwen's final time was 4 hours, 39 minutes, 1 second and Robbie was followed by Norway's Thor Hushovd was second and Belgium's Tom Boonen.Read Full Story
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Robbie McEwen (born June 24, 1972 is an Australian professional cyclist who competes in a variety of international races, including the Tour de France. Find videos, pics and articles on Robbie McEwen here.