Scott Sunderland



Scales tipping in Evans favour

22 June 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

After the announcement of BMC’s line-up and Cadel Evans' solid performances over the last five months, in my mind, the scales are tipping more in his favour than of any other rider.

BMC's Cadel Evans at the 2010 Tour de France (Getty)

BMC's Cadel Evans at the 2010 Tour de France (Getty)

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The Eagle and the gunman

18 May 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

One thing can't be argued, Bjarne Riis and Alberto Contador have never given up and always bounce back from adversity, writes Scott Sunderland.

Bjarne Riis and Alberto Contador share a common toughness and resilience (Image: Getty)

Bjarne Riis and Alberto Contador share a common toughness and resilience (Image: Getty)

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Sport is tough

12 May 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

Like with many other things in life which bring us a lot of fun and satisfaction and pleasure, there are consequences, and some are bigger than others, writes Scott Sunderland.

Graffiti pays tribute to the Belgian cyclist Wouter Weyland (Image: Getty)

Graffiti pays tribute to the Belgian cyclist Wouter Weyland (Image: Getty)

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The winner takes it all

29 April 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

With a rare Ardennes triple under their belts Philippe Gilbert and the Omega Pharma-Lotto riders who supported him will be looking for a pay rise, writes Scott Sunderland.

The Omega Pharma Lotto squad presented at the Fleche Wallonne (Image: Sirotti)

The Omega Pharma Lotto squad presented at the Fleche Wallonne (Image: Sirotti)

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Heading to Hell

08 April 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

With Paris-Roubaix set to run this Sunday, Scott Sunderland gives us his picks to feature in the race and a look at a team's pre-event preparations for the cobbles.

Fabian Cancellara giving the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix a workout prior to Sundays race (Getty)

Fabian Cancellara giving the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix a workout prior to Sundays race (Getty)

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One team against the rest

02 April 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

How can you beat someone who doesn’t even look at beating his competition but tries to beat himself, asks Scott Sunderland.

Stuart O'Grady and Fabian Cancellara are a deadly duo for Leopard Trek (Getty)

Stuart O'Grady and Fabian Cancellara are a deadly duo for Leopard Trek (Getty)

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So what if?

26 March 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

What are the reasons behind the world's top professional cycling teams’ desire to split from the UCI, asks Scott Sunderland?

The peloton rolls through the countryside at the Tour of Catalonia (AAP)

The peloton rolls through the countryside at the Tour of Catalonia (AAP)

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A wide open Milan-SanRemo

17 March 2011 | 0:00 - By Scott Sunderland

There’s only one race like Milan-SanRemo and though it's a wide open event for 2011 Scott Sunderland thinks Oscar Freire is ready to take a fourth title.

Rabobank's Oscar Freire winning the 2010 edition of the Milan SanRemo (Getty)

Rabobank's Oscar Freire winning the 2010 edition of the Milan SanRemo (Getty)

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About this Blog

Australian Scott Sunderland made a name for himself as a professional cyclist early on in his career. On retirement from the professional ranks Scott started a new life as a highly respected Sporting Director for professional teams Saxo Bank and Sky. He joins SBS as an expert analyst.

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