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  1. Local rider Sulzberger sprints to Tour of Tas winRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | ABC News

    Tasmanian Wesley Sulzberger has taken out the second stage of the Tour of Tasmania battling wind, rain and hail along the 120-kilometre leg. Sulzberger managed to outrace team Satalyst Giant's Ben O'Connor in the final sprint of the ride from Strathgordon and New Norfolk.

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  2. Sulzberger surges to stage 2 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Examiner

    TASMANIAN rider Wes Sulzberger battled wind, rain and hail to clinch the Tour of Tasmania's second stage yesterday, holding on as his initial four-man breakaway was whittled down to just two riders for the final sprint. TASMANIAN rider Wes Sulzberger battled wind, rain and hail to clinch the Tour of Tasmania's second stage yesterday, holding on as his initial four-man breakaway was whittled down to just two riders for the final sprint.

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  3. Sulzberger breaks clear for stage winRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Advocate

    BATTLING wind, rain and hail, Launceston rider Wesley Sulzberger clinched the Tour of Tasmania's second stage yesterday, holding on as his initial four-man breakaway was whittled down to just two riders for the final sprint. BATTLING wind, rain and hail, Launceston rider Wesley Sulzberger clinched the Tour of Tasmania's second stage yesterday, holding on as his initial four-man breakaway was whittled down to just two riders for the final sprint.

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  4. Sulzberger super in breakawayRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Mercury

    LOCAL knowledge paid off in spades for Wes Sulzberger yesterday when he took out the second stage of the Tour of Tasmania. Battling wind, rain and even hail, the Drapac Pro Cycling rider held on with grit as his initial four-man breakaway was whittled down to just two riders by the final sprint.

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  5. Sizzling Dyball defies hot fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Mercury

    Winner on stage one of the Tour of Tasmania Ben Dyball heads towards the Springs on his way up Mt Wellington. THE Tour of Tasmania leader's jersey is not foreign to Ben Dyball, but yesterday's individual time trial win was far sweeter than when he donned the yellow last year.

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  6. Dyball battles rain to conquer mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Examiner

    BASED Avanti Racing has retained its Mount Wellington crown after Sydney's Ben Dyball edged Patrick Bevin and Timothy Roe in challenging conditions during stage one of the Tour of Tasmania. TASMANIAN-BASED Avanti Racing has retained its Mount Wellington crown after Sydney's Ben Dyball edged Patrick Bevin and Timothy Roe in challenging conditions during stage one of the Tour of Tasmania.

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  7. Dyball motors to Mt Wellington victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Advocate

    AVANTI Racing has retained its Mount Wellington crown after Sydney's Ben Dyball edged Patrick Bevin and Timothy Roe in challenging conditions during stage one of the Tour of Tasmania today. AVANTI Racing has retained its Mount Wellington crown after Sydney's Ben Dyball edged Patrick Bevin and Timothy Roe in challenging conditions during stage one of the Tour of Tasmania today.

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  8. Cyclists kick off Tour of TassieRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | The Mercury

    Cyclist Mark O' Brien is ready to tackle Mt Wellington and the ride to the summit today. Picture: LEIGH WINBURN AUSTRALIA'S elite riders will be rewarded with picturesque scenery as they tackle six epic stages of the Tour of Tasmania from today.

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  9. Riders to contest Tassie tourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 29 | Bendigo Advertiser

    The event is part of the Subaru National Road Series, with 119 riders set to contest six stages through Tasmania. As well as overall race honours, riders will also be competing for the King of the Mountain, Sprint Champion, Most Agressive and Young Rider classifications.

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  10. Elwick tribute to David MedhurstRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | The Mercury

    TONIGHT'S eight-race card at Elwick will be highlighted by a tribute to one of Tasmania's most well-respected and liked participants with the running of the David Medhurst Memorial for claiming drivers. Medhurst died following a car crash near New Norfolk last September and tonight family and friends will gather to celebrate the life of the talented horseman.

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  11. Gruelling Tour brings trio homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Examiner

    THE globe-trotting schedules of three of Tasmania's most widely-travelled sportsmen have brought them back to where it all began. THE globe-trotting schedules of three of Tasmania's most widely-travelled sportsmen have brought them back to where it all began.

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  12. Bid to save Derwent Valley damRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | The Mercury

    The dam, built by the Derwent Valley Council 64 years ago, has not been used for the past six years. It used to provide the district with a significant amount of fresh water, holding a reserve supply for New Norfolk and surrounding areas and serving up to 5000 people.

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  13. Northern stars aim highRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Mercury

    STATE League coaches Michael McGregor, Aaron Cornelius and Darren Winter have thrown down the challenge to SFL and Old Scholars players to test their mettle in the TSL next year. The Mercury yesterday polled all 10 TSL coaches about what was wrong with football in the state's south, with Saturday's North Launceston-Western Storm grand final being an all-northern play-off for the fourth consecutive year.

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  14. Bowden eyes second Lynch medalRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Mercury

    GLENORCHY star Jaye Bowden is still in the running to become the first player to win multiple Alastair Lynch medals after surviving the top 10 cut. Bowden, who was crowned the State League's best player in 2012, had another outstanding season and took out the RACT Player of the Year Award last month.

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  15. Top gongs for Tassie hotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Mercury

    A BOTTLE shop and two luxury hotels in Hobart have taken out major prizes at the Australian Hotels Association awards on the Gold Coast. Hobart can boast it has the country's best hotel restaurant, best superior accommodation and best bottle shop, Tasman ian Hospitality Association general manager Steve Old said after the gala awards dinner last night.

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  16. Charges after hotel floodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Mercury

    A HOBART man accused of causing more than $100,000 damage by activating a fire sprinkler system in an inner-city hotel will face court this morning. James Michael Fitzgerald, of McVilly Drive, is accused of entering Hotel Collins about 7pm on Sunday and activating the emergency sprinkler system, causing major damage to carpet, plaster, paintwork and electrical fittings.

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  17. Roos' president backs DruryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Mercury

    CLARENCE president Roger Viney insists out of contract coach Matthew Drury is the right man to lead the club next year despite overseeing a shattering exit from the TSL finals. The minor premier crashed out of the premiership race on Saturday, suffering a heartbreaking two-point loss to Western Storm just a week after going down to North Launceston by less than a kick.

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  18. Man dies in Bass Highway crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | The Mercury

    A MAN in his 40s has been killed on the Bass Highway near Hadspen early this afternoon after the car he was driving and a fully laden log truck collided head-on. Police say the highway between Illawarra Rd and Carrick will remain closed in both directions for several more hours, with motorists are asked to avoid the area.

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  19. Set school hours proposalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | The Mercury

    The State Government wants to ensure equity of teaching time in public schools, in line with the hours that non-government schools operate. It wants to mandate the number of hours a student spends in lessons, potentially in line with non-government schools.

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  20. Bass Highway closed after crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | The Mercury

    A SERIOUS crash outside Carrick this morning in which a car and a truck collided and rolled down a bank has closed the Bass Highway in both directions. AMBULANCE ramping has become a "daily feature" of Tasmania's health system and needs urgent attention, says the union representing paramedics.

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