Two sprinters on good form: Radio Shack's Gert Steegmans and Katusha's Robbie McEwen at the start in Gawler.

Sky's Greg Henderson was upset at Robbie McEwen after the finish today for cutting into Sky's leadout train. Although, he placed 2nd just ahead of McEwen today.

Omega Pharma - Lotto had two of the three men in the main break. Michael Delage and Olivier Kaisen with David Kemp of UniSA in between.

The rolling run into Hahndorf with the sprint finish in full flight

HTC-Columbia's Andre Greipel was well back when the sprint started, but he was given a huge hole up the middle and took full advantage.

2-for-2 this year and now 7-for-11 lifetime at the Tour Down Under

The photo finish reveals another convincing win for Griepel (courtesy of Phoenix Sports Technology)

Nothing like winning! Andre Griepel and his boss Bob Stapleton are enjoying 2010 so far.

Greipel now has a 14 second overall lead to go along with the other perks for winning the first two stages