- May 9, 2010
I've raced against Jack Edwards, he is a machine! Almost Sagan like...
Jack Edwards was listed initially but no longer - bigger fish to fry?Venue
Dunc Gray Velodrome, Bankstown
17 - 20 January 2013
Sprint Events: Sprint, Keirin & Team Sprint
Endurance: Omnium, Scratch Race & Team Pursuit
Born between 1 January 1995 and 31 December 1997
19 Nov · Jack Edwards @JackEdwards0. Got selected to represent Australia at
the Youth Olympics! Thanks everyone for the support! Especially my coach Mick!
It undoubtedly does against fellow 16 year olds, but that still doesn't account for a 16yo mixing it with some of Australia's senior pros as he did at the NSW Criterium Circuit.janraaskalt said:I would say: yes. I did not look like that at 16. Hey, I still don't
I'd say his physique gives him an advantage.
Indeed. Born in 1995. Insane talent!Maaaaaaaarten said:Matthieu van der Poel is still a junior right? Seeing his cross season, he should do well on the road this year too. I think he did a road season last year, with decent results, so I assume he's going to the road this season again, but I don't know anything about his intentions to become either a road or cross cyclist in the future.
Younger brother of Tobias Ludvigsson from Argos – Shimano.Christian said:Hello, this is maybe the wrong thread but I didn't know where else to ask - what do people know about swedish youngster Fredrik Ludvigsson (1994)? He rides with Team People4you - Unaas Cycling and has just won the 2.2 Boucles de l'Artois race and has finished 5th in the 2.2 Tour de Normandie.
He wont be a junior anymore in 2014. But maybe a different Pedersen (Casper, who is mentioned in this topic by Bushman) can win PR 2014 .RedheadDane said:Yup! It's a good thing to be called 'Mads' (and be Danish) if you wanna win the Junior P-R!
Will Pedersen still be a junior next year, or will they have to go looking for a third Mads?
This kid is amazingly smooth on the bike. Looks like a Pro at 17.Very impressiveJakob747 said:Indeed. Born in 1995. Insane talent!
World and European cycle-cross champion. As a first year junior!
He won all the world cups as well. He had 30 cycle-cross starts in 2012 and he won all 30. Went through the entire season unbeaten.
On the road he is excellent as well. Showed his qualities as a climber in Tour du Valromey. Good punch on smaller hills as well! Can TT and sprint. Pure class on a bike.
They call him "the little cannibal"
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