Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka put in a strong performance in the opening stage of Tour de Yorkshire. The team was always present near the front of the peloton and in the sprint, Kristian Sbaragli did well to take 6th place after miraculously avoiding a late crash. The day started out in a high pace, as many riders were eager to make it into the morning breakaway. It took a while for the right group to form but finally, a break of eight riders managed to distance the pack. However, the teams of the sprinters worked well together and kept the breakaway on a tight.
Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka was once gain in the mix on stage 3 of Tour de Romandie. The team helped control the early breakaway and at the end, Youcef Reguigui paid back his teammates when he finished 6th in the bunch sprint. Early in the stage, a strong group of seven riders got away. However, the peloton never let the break get too much of a gap after narrowly missing out yesterday. Bahrain-Merida worked hard at the front of the pack to make sure the gap never exceeded three minutes. Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka helped out with Jay Thomson and with 35 km.
Power Analysis: Jacques Janse van Rensburg achieves PB results in the Ardennes During the third week of April Jacques Janse van Rensburg from Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka raced the Ardenne’s Classics; Amstel Gold, La Flèche Wallonne and Liège–Bastogne- Liège. Jacques provided excellent in-race support to the team’s designated lead riders and also achieved personal best career results (48th, 58th, 41st respectively). Summary Data The Ardennes Classics are hilly one-day World Tour races raced within an 8-day period in April. They are extremely demanding as is reflected by Jacques summary data in Table 1. The TSS scores and work scores for the 2017 editions of.