In blistering hot conditions the 1st stage of the Vuelta a San Juan was won by Fernando Gaviria (UAE-Team Emirates), with Matteo Malucelli (Caja Rural) second and Sam Bennett third. On his return to racing, following a lengthy period on the sidelines due to illness, Mark Cavendish finished strongly in 8th in front of the fanatical fans in Pocito. 🇦🇷 #VueltaSJ2019 He's back! Sweltering heat on the opening stage of @vueltasanjuanok but great to see @MarkCavendish racing again.#BicyclesChangesLives pic.twitter.com/WuRKpvz1a3 — Team Dimension Data (@TeamDiData) January 27, 2019 The 159km stage from San Juan to Pocito saw the World Tour teams fully in control of of.
We are delighted to announce that Selle Italia is the official saddle supplier of Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka. This collaboration, over the next three years, will see them work closely with the team and athletes in order to develop technical advancements, as well as the growth of the brands. The partnership will also see the promotion of the respective products and gather useful technical feedback for the development both of existing and new technologies. In addition, Selle Italia will produce a special “Team Edition” graphic for Team Dimension Data saddles that will showcase the rich history of the brand. From great classic models, like.
The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race came down to a reduced group sprint and it was Elia Viviani (Deceuninc-Quickstep) who took top honours. Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Soudal) placed 2nd and Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) was 3rd. Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka had much to be proud of, as our South African sprinter, impressed with a fast finishing 4th place. While disappointed on just missing out on what would’ve been his first ever World Tour podium, the 24-year-old rode an incredible race to be in contention over the tough parcours in Geelong. With Nicholas Dlamini attacking off the front with 25km to go, to Tom-Jelte Slagter and.