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Jack Haig wins at Ruta del Sol as Fuglsang keeps overall lead

Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott) won a select, three-up sprint against race leader Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) and Bahrain-McLaren's Mikel Landa ...

Jack Haig's Tour de France Diary: life back to normal

Entering the Champs d'Elysee on Sunday made me realise that this wasn't just another bike race. The first time when we entered the circui...

Jack Haig's Tour de France Diary: Rest day legs and breakaway wins

We’re into the third week of the Tour de France and, to be honest, I feel the best I’ve ever felt at this point in a Grand Tour. Maybe it...

Jack Haig's Tour de France Diary: Eating routines and rest days

Ten days in and I'm starting to get tired. This first block before the first rest day has been quite tough. We haven’t had many crazy-har...

Jack Haig's Tour de France Diary: Daily routines and TTTs

What does a Tour de France rider's daily routine look like? And how do team time trials compare to individual time trials? This and a who...

Jack Haig's Tour de France Diary: It's a relief to make my debut

Throughout this year's Tour de France we'll be hearing regularly from Aussie climber Jack Haig. It's been an up and down season for Haig ...

Riding happy: A Q&A with Aussie rising star Jack Haig

It's been an impressive start to the year for Jack Haig (Mitchelton-Scott). The young Australian has finished inside the top seven in all...

A future great? Haig impressing in Spring Classics as Giro debut beckons

Chirpy, animated and happily giving interviews, Jack Haig looks like he has just ridden to the shops. Around him are shattered riders, pr...

Back to basics: Jack Haig on his breakthrough win and the importance of fun

On a hilly stage 6 of the 2017 Tour of Poland, Jack Haig (Orica-Scott) got himself into a group of GC favourites, attacked on his own wit...

Jack Haig's Diary: Altitude in Andorra and a podium in Slovenia

In his latest diary post for CyclingTips, Orica-GreenEdge neo-pro Jack Haig takes us through a tough Criterium du Dauphine, his 17-day vi...

Jack Haig's Diary: 'The WorldTour is no joke'

The Volta a Catalunya is known as one of the hardest stage races in the world and as Jack Haig (Orica-GreenEdge) found out recently, that...

Jack Haig's Diary: my first months as a pro

After a couple seasons racing for the Jayco-AIS WorldTour Academy team in Europe, Australia's Jack Haig has made the step up to the World...

Jack Haig's Diary: Goodbye U23s, hello WorldTour!

Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy rider Jack Haig has been writing diary posts for CyclingTips throughout the 2015 season, providing a valuabl...

Jack Haig's Diary: The Tour de l'Avenir and prepping for Worlds

Jack Haig's time with the Jayco-AIS WorldTour Academy Team is coming to a close and before too long he'll be racing in Orica-GreenEdge co...

Jack Haig's Diary: a heavy race block

Jack Haig is nearing the end of his tenure as a Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy rider. Next season he'll graduate to the WorldTour, beginnin...

Jack Haig's Diary: altitude training and building blocks for next season

Australian World Tour Academy rider and Orica-GreenEdge signee Jack-Haig has been keeping us up to date on his adventures in Europe befor...

Jack Haig's Diary: recovering from injury and the road ahead

For the past few weeks, Jayco-AIS WorldTour Academy rider Jack Haig has spent much of his time recovering from injuries sustained at the ...

Jack Haig's Diary: the perils of bike racing

After a great start to his European season with the Jayco-AIS WorldTour Academy team, Jack Haig has had a difficult few weeks. In his lat...

Jack Haig's Diary: the season begins

It's been a solid start to the European season for Jack Haig and his Jayco-AIS WorldTour Academy teammates with a win (to Alex Edmondson)...

Jack Haig's Diary: an introduction

Throughout the 2015 season Orica-GreenEdge signee Jack Haig will be writing diary entries for CyclingTips about his experience as part of...

Road Nationals Time Trial Preview with Jack Haig and Peta Mullens

In this video Jack Haig and Peta Mullens preview the new time trial course that will be used in the 2015 Australian Road Nationals.