Henderson Aims for Yellow

Professional cyclist Dunedin-born Greg Henderson won the second stage of the Paris-Nice cycling race in Amilly, France, on March 7, outsprinting Australia’s Matthew Goss and Russia’s Denis Galimzyanov. “It was a very fast sprint at the end of a very tiring and nervy day,” Henderson said. “The next stage? I’m going to try and go after the yellow jersey,” said Henderson, who is second in the overall standings and just 4 seconds shy of Thomas de Gendt of Belgium’s Vacansoleil.


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All Black Beauden Barrett Signs with Suntory

All Black Beauden Barrett Signs with Suntory

All Blacks flyhalf Beauden Barrett, 29, will play for the Suntory Sungoliath in Japan’s Top League next season, which starts in January 2021, Japanese newspaper The Yomiuri Shimbun reports. Barrett, a two-time…