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November 30, 2011
"At least" two more Tours de France for Evans.
2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans says he wants to ride the Grand Boucle at least two more times before considering retirement.
The BMC Racing Team Australian was speaking in Darwin where it was announced that he would become a spokesman for the Northern Territory.
"I have lived all around the world - I've lived many places around Australia, but of course I was born here in Katherine and it's just something that I feel for as a person, that I can contribute to," he said.
“It's a dream come true and a magnificent opportunity to be able to ride there,” Amador said on the Movistar team website. “Which sportsman does not dream about taking part in the Olympic Games? It's the most important sporting event in the world and I'll be proud to represent my country in London."