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WWOS staff
09:00 AEST Sun Jan 25 2015

Welcome to Wide World of Sports' live coverage of the 2015 Tour Down Under.

The first WorldTour event of the year continues when the riders take on the last stage of the Tour around the streets of Adelaide.

You can watch every second by clicking on our free livestream, above, at 1.30pm AEDT. If you experience any difficulty watching the race, refresh your browser by pressing CTRL & F5.

The fairytale finish for Cadel Evans may be over, but the start of a new Australian hero may begin on the streets of Adelaide.

Rohan Dennis, the BMC teammate of Evans, has a two-second lead over compatriot Richie Porte after winning stage three and finishing second in the climb to Willunga Hill.

But Porte, who beat Dennis in Saturday’s stage five, will leave nothing in the tank as he looks to claim his first Tour.

However, Dennis said he’s in the prime position to claim the first WorldTour event of the year.

"It's going to be a defensive game," Dennis said.

"I do sprint better than Richie, so I'm very confident.

"We just have to stay at the front, stay out of trouble and really just follow him.

"If he sprints and I sprint, there's no reason I won't beat him."

You can catch every pass, climb, spill and sprint of the 2015 Tour Down Under with the Wide World of Sports’ live stream.

Join the undisputed king of cycling commentary Phil Liggett, who spearheads a team that includes some of the greatest names in Australian cycling and will be hosted by Wide World of Sports presenter Tim Gilbert.

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