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31 Jul, 2009

The Tour of Gippsland in Victoria Australia started yesterday with a large contingent of Kiwi's battling it out with our Australian counterparts.

Included in the Kiwi line up is  OEX team Enterprize led by Former junior world champion Jeremy Yates, his team-mates include Former U-23 national champions Eliot Crowther and Thomas Hanover, Taranaki strongman Brett Tivers and Al Dempsey from Auckland.

Other notable kiwi riders include the 2009 Tour of Northland winner Any McNab and former Tour of Southland green jersey winner Miles Watson.

Kiwi riders have a great tradition in the Tour of Gippsland with the 1st ever Tour in 2005 won by our own national champion Gordy McCauley, on that occasion Gordy was guided to the win by 2 other kiwi's  Matt Haydock and  Matt Gilbert.

 

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Yatsey leading the troops

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