Caleb EWAN

Caleb EWAN
Lotto Soudal
1994-07-11
Australia
Sprinteur

Caleb Ewan is a world class Australian sprinter. He is known for his remarkable way of sprinting as he keeps a very low position on the bike.

Junior, Caleb finished second at the 2012 World Championships and a year later, he finished 4th at the U23 World Championships.

In his first year as a professional cyclist, he won 11 races, including a stage in the Vuelta.

He has already won races like Cyclassics Hamburg, 1 stage of the 2017 Giro and 10 stages of the Down Under Tour.

After riding for 5 years for an Australian team, Caleb signed for Lotto Soudal in 2019, immediately winning one UAE Tour stage and 2 Tour of Turkey stages.

The 2019 Giro d'Italia marked the first Grand Tour in Lotto Soudal colors for Caleb Ewan. It was a very successful start for Ewan as he scored 2 impressive sprint victories in Pesaro and Novi Ligure.

In 2019, Ewan contributed to the success of the Tour de France for Lotto Soudal by securing three victories. With a victory on the Champs Élysées as the icing on the cake.

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Second consecutive stage win for Ewan at Belgium Tour

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One day after Caleb Ewan’s stage win in Scherpenheuvel-Zichem, the Australian once again took the day’s honours for Lotto Soudal at the Belgium Tour. Against all odds, a reduced bunch sprinted for victory in what was marked as the queen stage in and around Hamoir. Following another impressive lead-out by Lotto Soudal, Caleb Ewan finished the job perfectly. The Australian won the sprint with a considerable margin over Bryan Coquard and Davide Ballerini. Ewan also took over the points jersey from Remco Evenepoel, who remains the overall leader. “To be honest, I didn’t really believe in a stage victory before the start”, begins Caleb Ewan. “I expected that the GC guys would take their opportunity today and that there would be a lot of attacks. But the pace was kept really high all day long and I think a lot of the guys didn’t really have the legs to get away in the end. It was only with one lap to go that I really started to believe in it. I felt good and we decided that we would give it a go. That is why you started seeing us coming to the front to chase the breakaway. I am really happy to pull it off once again after a superb job by my team today.” After a run-up that included several ascents – one of which the infamous Mur de Huy – two local laps of around 30 kilometres were covered in and around Hamoir. The pace was held high and the peloton was thinned out as the riders headed closer to the finish. Despite several attacks, no one was able to carve out a considerable gap. In the very final of the race, the riders were confronted with several climbs, where the peloton was completely strung out. Caleb Ewan got a little distanced, but thanks to impec...

Caleb Ewan sprints to 50th pro win at Belgium Tour

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Caleb Ewan has won the third stage at the Baloise Belgium Tour after an impressive team effort. On a slightly uphill finish in Scherpenheuvel-Zichem, the Australian launched a strong sprint after what was an impressive lead-out from his Lotto Soudal teammates. Ewan won ahead of Pascal Ackermann and Michael Mørkøv. For the 26-year-old Ewan, it’s the 50th professional victory of his career. “I am really impressed by what my teammates did today”, starts Caleb Ewan. “They brought me into a perfect position before that final climb and at the top, we were all together. Then they basically pulled into the headwind all the way to the finish and no one came around us. I think we were only with four guys left as we had to use a few more teammates than we wanted to chase the breakaway and that’s what makes it even more impressive.” From the start of the stage, Lotto Soudal – together with several other sprint teams – immediately took control of the race. An early breakaway of five was kept in check and eventually caught at a handful kilometres from the finish. With an impressive lead-out, Caleb Ewan was brought into a perfect position towards the slightly uphill finish, which suited the Australian perfectly. Ewan finished off the work of his teammates with a powerful kick to the line. Caleb Ewan: “I am really lucky to have such strong and smart teammates. We’ve integrated Tosh Van der Sande and Harry Sweeny in the lead-out as well, a first time at the UAE Tour and now here again and I think that was maybe what we were missing a little, those two guys in front of Jasper and Roger. Although it had been months since we’ve all raced together and did a spri...

First success of this season for Caleb Ewan in Abu Dhabi

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Lotto Soudal rider Caleb Ewan won the final stage of the UAE Tour. The 26-year-old Australian claimed his first victory of the season after a stage promised to the sprinters. “We came to the UAE Tour to win a stage and it’s fantastic to achieve that goal after this last day. My previous sprints weren't the best so I was under a bit of pressure today, ”begins Caleb Ewan. This final stage of the UAE Tour was once again marked by the risk of breakages. About 60 kilometers from the line, a large group including Caleb Ewan, Tosh Van der Sande and Jasper De Buyst broke away but the peloton quickly ended their attempt. As expected, the victory was going to be played out in the sprint in Abu Dhabi. In a hectic sprint, Lotto Soudal chose the right moment to launch Caleb Ewan. With powerful acceleration, Ewan won ahead of Bennett, second, and Bauhaus, 3rd. “The team did everything to put me in the best possible position. So I was still fresh in the final and that's what it took to be able to win today, I think. I didn’t try to follow Bennett’s wheel, we both relied on our teammates to make the best lead out possible. Maybe Kluge started a little too late and we almost got locked up. So I left earlier than expected because I saw Bennett come up to the right. Fortunately there was still enough room to fit me in because it was the only way out. I finally got to start my sprint in time to finish the job. " This first victory of the season is a real relief for the Australian. “I've never waited this long to get my first win of the season. It’s a relief to be able to enter the season in Europe with a first success on the clock. I hope this is just the start...

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