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Sunday, January 19, 2014

Welcome to Wide World of Sports' live coverage of the Santos Tour Down Under from Adelaide, where cyclists from around the world have descended for the first stop on the world cycling calendar.

Cycling fans will be able to stream the final stage of the race live on Wide World of Sports from 12.30PM AEDT on Sunday.

The race hits the city streets of Adelaide as the riders battle it out in what could be anyone's race.

Simon Gerrans has a tiny one second lead over Cadel Evans, but with 19 seconds up for grabs, there are a host of riders in contention. If you are having trouble watching the race in the video player, above, refresh your browser by pressing CTRL & F5.

Join the undisputed king of cycling commentary Phil Liggett, who spearheads a team that also includes Paul Sherwen and Australian cycling legend Robbie McEwen, and hosted by Wide World of Sports presenter Tim Gilbert.