Santos Tour Down Under in the Adelaide Hills
Adelaide Hills Council hosted three stages, including the Health Partners Women's Stage 2 finish in Stirling on Saturday 13 January, efex Men's Stage 2 finish in Lobethal on Wednesday 17 January, and the Men's final Schwalbe Stage 6 finish at Mount Lofty on Sunday 21 January.
TDU also traveled through the Adelaide Hills on Friday 12 January for Ziptrak Women's Stage 1 and Thursday 18 January for Men's Stage 3.
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- Ziptrak Women's Stage 1 — Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills to Campbelltown — Friday 12 January
- Health Partners Women's Stage 2 — Glenelg to Stirling — Saturday 13 January
- efex Men's Stage 2 — Norwood to Lobethal — Wednesday 17 January
- Men's Stage 3 — Tea Tree Gully, Adelaide Hills to Campbelltown — Thursday 18 January
- Schwalbe Men's Stage 6 — Unley to Mount Lofty — Sunday 21 January
Ziptrak Women's Stage 1 — Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills to Campbelltown — Friday 12 January
Congratulations to New Zealand national champion, Ally Wollaston crossing the finish line first at the Ziptrak Women’s Stage 1 from Hahndorf to Campbelltown.
The peloton took off from Hahndorf and travelled through Mylor, Balhannah, Oakbank, Woodside, Lobethal, Gumeracha and Cudlee Creek, then travelled down Gorge Road and finished in Campbelltown.
Health Partners Women's Stage 2 — Glenelg to Stirling — Saturday 13 January
Congratulations to Denmark’s Cecilie Uttrup Ludwig for claiming first place at the Health Partners Women’s Stage 2, from Glenelg to Stirling.
Health Partners Women's Stage 2 saw riders start in Glenelg then travel south through Clarendon, Meadows and Echunga. Riders then entered the Hills completing two loops through Heathfield, Bradbury, Mylor and Aldgate before finishing in Stirling.
efex Men's Stage 2 — Norwood to Lobethal — Wednesday 17 January
In an exciting finish of the efex Men's Stage 2 in Lobethal, Isaac Del Toro crossed the line in first place.
efex Men's Stage 2 started in Norwood before travelling through Norton Summit, Ashton, Uraidla, Balhannah, Oakbank and Woodside. Riders then completed three loops through Gumeracha, Cudlee Creek and Lenswood before finishing in Lobethal.
Men's Stage 3 — Tea Tree Gully, Adelaide Hills to Campbelltown — Thursday 18 January
Congratulations to Australian Sam Welsford sprinting into first place at the Health Partners Stage 3 from Tea Tree Gully to Campbelltown for his second stage win of the tournament. The riders started in Tea Tree Gully before travelling up to Williamstown then through the Hills through Kersbrook and Cudlee Creek and down Gorge Road to finish in Campbelltown.
Schwalbe Men's Stage 6 — Unley to Mount Lofty — Sunday 21 January
The 2024 Santos Tour Down Under Men’s race came to an exciting finish with Stephen Williams claiming the 2024 Santos Tour Down Under Ochre Jersey in Schwalbe Stage 6 from Unley to Mount Lofty.
Riders started in the inner-south suburb of Unley and travelled south through Kangarilla and Meadows before coming into the Hills via Mylor. The riders then completed two and a half loops of Summertown, Uraidla, Carey Gully, Bridgewater, Aldgate, Stirling and Crafers.