Kiwi professional Greg Henderson this morning cemented his name as one of the
best sprinters in the Pro Tour when he sprinted clear to win stage two of the
Paris Nice stage race. Henderson has become somewhat of a big race winner
in the past two seasons and now has wins to his name in both the Vuelta and
"It was a headwind and it was like a slow motion sprint and I was lucky to
get it on the line," said Henderson. "It’s beautiful to win here and to win such
a beautiful race is a real honour."
"It’s a credit to the high management of the team who put the team together;
they selected a group of great guys. We’re not here for show, we’re here to win
bike races and we’ve had a great start to the season."
Henderson will look to ride the Tour de France for the first time in his
career this season. Check out Hendi's historic win below.
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