SBS Tour de France commentators Matt Keenan and Robbie McEwen displayed passion and professionalism from two different cities as they called the thrilling sprint finish to Stage 11 - with Australian Caleb Ewan taking yet another win.
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SBS Cycling Central

10 Sep 2020 - 6:38 PM 

Ewan (Lotto Soudal) picked his way through the maelstrom of riders in the sprint, emerging at the last possible moment to claim his second Tour de France 2020 stage victory - he now has a total of five during his career. 

In doing so, Ewan avenged the result from Stage 10, where he felt that he left his sprint a little late.

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We were given a behind-the-scenes look at the commentators calling the thrilling finale to the 167-kilometre stage from Châtelaillon-Plage to Poitiers.

"Caleb's bursting through, Bennett in green, Sagan with the elbows ..." Keenan said. 

"Ewan gets it!" McEwen said.

"It's Caleb Ewan - if I had to put money on it, it would be every chip on Caleb Ewan. He knows it." 

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