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6th Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under - 2.3

Australia, January 20-25, 2004


Rider Diaries

Thomas Lövkvist (FdJeux.com)
Patrick Jonker (UniSA)

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Thomas Lövkvist (FdJeux.com)

19 year-old Thomas Lövkvist is a new signing for the successful FdJeux.com team, and has come to Australia to race with the team for the first time. Although not inexperienced with races of the same calibre as the Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under, this is the first time he is starting a 2.3 category race as a part of a first division team.

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Patrick Jonker (UniSA)

After 10 successful years as a pro rider, Patrick Jonker has decided to make the transition back to normality. The Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under will be the final race of his career, and the lanky Aussie has all intentions of going out on a high, with the aim of winning the race held in his own backyard.