- by Christopher Jones
- Published: 2 May 2009
Press Release: Bobridge completed the 140 kilometre event in a time of 3hr30min57sec outclassing Austrian pair Daniel Schorn, who finished second, and Matthias Brandle, third, in a sprint across the line.
The trio managed to hold off the chasing bunch to contest the finish.
Bobridge’s team mates Adam Semple and Michael Matthews finished in 11th and 12th places respectively coming home with the main bunch at 30 seconds.
The win continues a run of impressive results from Bobridge which have included gold medals on the road in both the time trial and road race in the U23 division at the Australian Open Championships in January whilst on the track in the individual and team pursuit events the 19 year old claimed Oceania titles, Australian titles and silver medals at the World Championships.
Profile: Jack Bobridge
source: Cycling Australia