01 May '11, 2pm

Cycling: Australia's Evans wins Tour de Romandie: GENEVA: Australia's Cadel Evans won the Tour de Romandie on Su...

Cycling: Australia's Evans wins Tour de Romandie: GENEVA: Australia's Cadel Evans won the Tour de Romandie on Su...

GENEVA: Australia's Cadel Evans won the Tour de Romandie on Sunday after the fifth and final stage was claimed by Team Sky's British rider Ben Swift. It was a second overall victory for the Australian BMC team rider after his previous success in 2006, and he admitted to feeling comfortable on Swiss soil. "It's a race I like, I'm always happy to win here," said Evans. "It's important for us to make a good impression on home ground but also in terms of looking towards the Tour de France and other races of the year. "Now I keep working towards the Dauphine but really my first objective is the Tour de France." Evans finished 18 seconds ahead of German HTC-Columbia rider Tony Martin, with Kazakh Alexandr Vinokourov of the Astana team in third. The final stage was won by Swift in a sprint finish. "It was perfect, I really like the course this year," Swift said. "I sensed I'd be ...

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