Australian racing cyclist, Jonathan Cantwell, Died at 36

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Jonathan Cantwell was born on January 8, 1982, and died on November 6, 2018.

He was an Australian professional road bicycle racer.

Jonathan Cantwell rode for UCI Professional Continental Team Drapac–EF p/b Cannondale Holistic Development Team.

Cantwell contended as an expert cyclist from 2008 to 2014. Already, Jonathan sought the Jittery Joe’s and Fly V Australia teams.

During his profession, Cantwell won a phase of the Herald Sun Tour, and two phases of the Tour de Taiwan.

During 2011, he won the Australian National Criterium Championships.

Cantwell joined Team Saxo Bank for the 2012 season.

Cantwell made his Grand Tour début at the 2012 Tour de France, where he was reserved as a lead-out man for the group’s sprinter, Juan José Haedo; Cantwell took his first best ten putting in front of an audience 4, when he completed 6th on the stage.

Cantwell completed 137th in general in the Tour.

He left Saxo– Tinkoff toward the finish of the 2013 season and joined Drapac Professional Cycling for the 2014 season.

Toward the finish of the 2014 season, Cantwell resigned from expert cycling, with the end goal to take up duathlon and marathon.

Cantwell contended at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Series.

During the year 2017, he told everyone that he had undergone an operation for testicular cancer.

Jonathan had children.

Jonathan Cantwell passed away at 36 years old.

 

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