Heathrow Airport, London, England, UK - July 23rd, 2012.
1. 00:00 Wide shot of terminal five arrivals area
2. 00:04 Pan to the Olympic rings
3. 00:08 Mid shot of Australian men's road cycling team arriving
4. 00:18 SOUNDBITE: (English) Cadel Evans. (Q: How was the Tour de France in terms or preparation for the Olympics?) "I have to say that the Brit's and (Team) Sky particularly, their performance at the Tour (de France) they really were impressive and they certainly, Bradley Wiggins really deserved to win the Tour. Lets see if they can back up and continue at that level or some guys like us who maybe were held back at the Tour can come up better. Of course that's what we hope but we'll see come Saturday."
5. 00:41 SOUNDBITE: (English) Cadel Evans. (Q: Are you disappointed with your finish there after winning in 2011?) "I've just had a bit of a rough run with some health issues this year and I didn't get to my best level at the Tour and had a few setbacks during the Tour, but obviously in a race like the Tour de France you don't need to be off by much to be a long way out of there and having reasonably high expectations after last year it's, everyone's watching you and of course it's disappointing but here we are and a couple of days recovery and we'll get back into it."
6. 01:05 Close up of Australian badge
7. 01:09 SOUNDBITE: (English) Stuart O'Grady. (Q: What do you think of your chances in London?) "I think this is the first probably Olympic road race that we've come too where we're here to win. I think other years we could be coming to maybe get a top five (place) or really be rapt (thrilled) with a medal. The calibre of riders that we have here is just incredible. Tour de France winners, classic one day classic winners, World Champions. It's a really powerful bunch of Australian cyclists so we're going for the win."
8. 01:40 SOUNDBITE: (English) Stuart O'Grady.(Q: Do you think that the British team are going to be the ones to beat and how does that make you feel?) "Yes it's going to be on. They've got a fantastic squad, home country advantage. Obviously Brad Wiggins and Mark Cavendish are in superb form. All the chips are in their corner, but Australians love a good battle and we're going to do everything we can to take that gold medal."
9. 02:02 Set up shot of Matthew Goss
10. 02:06 SOUNDBITE: (English) Matthew Goss. (Q: Mark Cavendish beat you in Copenhagen in 2011. Do you see London 2012 as a chance to exact revenge?) "Exactly. It would be nice. He beat me at the World Championships last year, put me into second place, so there's no better place I'd like to go the opposite than here in London."
11. 02:18 Mid shot of arrivals board
12. 02:22 SOUNDBITE: (English) Amanda Spratt. (Q: How do you rate Australia's chances ahead of the race?) "I think we've got a week now to settle in and certainly we have a strong team, a young team, but I think certainly we can post a good result come Sunday in the road race."
13. 02:37 Mid shot of Amanda Spratt and Chloe Hosking
14. 02:44 SOUNDBITE: (English) Chloe Hosking (Q: You're making your Olympic debut. How have your preparations been?) "Yes it's been really good. I've actually been doing more racing than training so from my perspective I like that more, it's not as mentally draining so it's nice to keep busy when you're getting up to a major goal. I think it's been going really well, ticking all the boxes, so yes."
The highly fancied Australian road cycling team arrived at Heathrow Airport on Monday (July 23rd) ahead of the London Games.
Straight from the Tour de France, which finished in Paris on Sunday (July 22nd), the Australian road cycling team arrived in London on Monday for the Olympic Games.
2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans finished seventh in 2012 edition of the race and admitted to feelings of disappointment.
But Evans added that he was confident he and his team-mates could raise themselves for the Olympic road race, which will take place on Saturday (July 28th).
Evans, who is competing in his fourth Olympics, enjoyed his best finish to date at the Beijing Games, when he came fifth in the time trial.
Even more experienced is Stuart O'Grady, who preparing for his sixth Games.
He praised the current crop of riders as "incredible" and believes that these are the first Olympics that he has competed in which the Australian road race team have a genuine chance of taking a medal.
With Bradley Wiggins just having won the Tour de France and Mark Cavendish - the most successful Tour de France sprinter ever - both in the British team, O'Grady believes that they are likely to be the ones to beat.
But he admits that Australians love a good battle and that they are ready for the challenge.
Matthew Goss is making his Olympic debut and lost out to Mark Cavendish in the 2011 World Road Race Championships in Copenhagen - a result he is desperate to reverse in London.
Another Australian Olympic debutant hoping to make a name for herself in London is Amanda Spratt, the current national road race champion.
She won her first Classic race in 2011 - the Tour de Feminine Krasna Lipa (Czech Republic) - and believes that despite their comparative lack of experience, the Australian women have plenty of reasons to be confident.
Their road race will take place on Sunday (July 29th) and team-mate Chloe Hoskings feels that they are in good shape with all the boxes ticked ahead of the race.