- by Mark Gunter
- Published: 18 October 2011
Brisbane born cyclist Nathan Haas (Genesys) aimed to win the white jersey and finished with the U23 white jersey, the green points jersey, the blue sprint jersey and yellow jersey as the overall winner of the 2011 Jayco Herald Sun Tour. Award winning photographer Mark Gunter followed the action and presents the highlights from the five stage event in Victoria which saw Jack Bobridge (Garmin-Cerv?lo) in second and Danish cyclistz Jonas Aen Jorgensen (Saxo Bank-Sungard) in third.
There were plenty of teams looking for a win on stage 3.
The riders rode along the Great Ocean Road on a beautiful day.
Skil-Shimano looked most interested in getting a win.
Rhys Pollock concentrates in the bunch.
Marcel Kittel powers to a win on stage 3.
The peleton climb Arthurs Seat for the first of three times.
Drapac did there best to protect Pollock.
Cam Peterson made a brazen attack on climb number 2.
Cam Peterson giving his all.
Egor Silin attacks on the last climb.
Cameron Meyer leads teammate Jack Bobridge up the climb with Nathan Haas on third wheel.
Egor Silin takes his first ever professional win.
Nathan Haas celebrates riding into the yellow jersey with only one stage to go.
Haas celebrates on the podium.
Nathan Haas in yellow on Lygon Street.
The peleton stretch out on Lygon Street.
Nathan Haas is a ray of light on Australian cycling.
The sprint for the line.
Marcel Kittel was to strong on Lygon Street.
Haas holds aloft the Herald Sun Tour trophy