Bobridge and Cooke to race TDU

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Bobridge and Cooke to race TDU

Postby RICHARDH » Wed Dec 24, 2008 8:59 am

Jack Bobridge gets his first Pro Tour Race with UNI SA team, his always very aggressive and might impress some of the DS could end up with a offer. He might have to re think the focus on Track decision. Wasnt Cooke signed with Barloworld or has he moved on?
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Re: Bobridge and Cooke to race TDU

Postby Chuck » Wed Dec 24, 2008 3:02 pm

RICHARDH wrote:Jack Bobridge gets his first Pro Tour Race with UNI SA team


Fine young talent.

Re Cooke didn't Barloworld pull the pin on their sponsorship ? I could be wrong.
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Re: Bobridge and Cooke to race TDU

Postby toolonglegs » Wed Dec 24, 2008 5:45 pm

Chuck wrote:
RICHARDH wrote:Jack Bobridge gets his first Pro Tour Race with UNI SA team


Fine young talent.

Re Cooke didn't Barloworld pull the pin on their sponsorship ? I could be wrong.


i think they said they would pull the pin but have changed there mind.
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Postby toolonglegs » Wed Dec 24, 2008 6:03 pm

Cooke to lead UniSA-Australia

Baden Cooke will return to the Tour Down Under in January as leader of the UniSA-Australia team. He fronts a squad that boasts a combination of youth and experience that should bear fruit in Australia's only ProTour event starting Jaunary 20.

And while the 2003 Tour de France sprint classification winner comes into the event with stage wins to his name, one of his teammates, Jack Bobridge, will be making his Down Under debut.

It caps an exciting year for the young South Australian, who rode at the Beijing Olympics and has won a host of new fans for his exploits in 2008. He'll be joined by Aaron Kemps and Scott Davis, both of whom bring more ProTour experience to the team managed by Victorian Dave Sanders.

The squad is rounded out by Travis Meyer, Simon Clarke and a yet-to-be-confirmed rider, selected after the Australian Open Road Championships in early January.
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Postby Petropuky » Fri Jan 23, 2009 8:13 am

Jack Bobridge is a very good rider, he has a fantastic future!
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