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Sport Canberra cyclist Nathan Haas on podium at Tour de Suisse

05:30  11 june  2018
05:30  11 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Canberra cyclist would love to have Cadel Evans up there with him. "He's in good nick so he's going to be a big part of the race for sure and being on a podium with him would be awesome." It's the start of a year when Haas wants to make his Tour de France debut.

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Peter Sagan wins stage two of the Tour de Suisse, with Canberra's Michael Matthews, left, fourth. © EPA/Gian Ehrenzeller Peter Sagan wins stage two of the Tour de Suisse, with Canberra's Michael Matthews, left, fourth. Canberra cyclist Nathan Haas has put illness behind him to finish on the podium in stage two of the Tour de Suisse on Monday.

Fellow Canberran Michael Matthews finished fourth, one spot behind Haas, with Peter Sagan claiming the win in a reduced-bunch sprint.

Matthews is sixth overall, 23 seconds behind race-leader Stefan Kung, and is preparing to defend his green jersey at next month's Tour de France - although his main goals will be stage wins and helping Team Sunweb teammate Tom Dumoulin try to win the Tour rather than trying to finish in Paris in green again.

Katusha Alpecin rider Haas' hopes at the Amstel Gold Race in April had been ruined by a mystery illness and he only returned to racing halfway through May.

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