Brett Lancaster has announced his retirement


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Aug 12, 2001
Brett Lancaster has announced his retirement from professional cycling after 13-years in the peloton and the last four years with the Orica-GreenEdge team. Lancaster, 36, remain in the sport, joining Team Sky as a sports director from the 2016 season. Lancaster becomes Team Sky's third Australian sports director following Scott Sunderland and Shane Sutton.

"For many years I've wanted to stay involved in cycling once I finished racing professionally," Lancaster told The Sydney Morning Herald. "This career move and for them to believe in me, it's a dream. It's moving on and it's a massive step but I'm looking forward to the challenge."