Magnus Cort Nielsen (EF Education -Nippo) won stage 6 of the Vuelta a Espana, after being in a 5-man breakaway that also included Bert-Jan Lindeman from Team Qhubeka NextHash. Stage 6 of the Vuelta a Espana got off to a fast start with many riders attacking in the opening 30 kilometers of the stage. Dimitri Claeys and Sergio Henao were both very active for Team Qhubeka NextHash but their moves were both brought back. Eventually, after around an hour of racing, 2 riders would go clear before 3 more would ride across to the duo, making it a strong 5-rider group up the road. Bert-Jan.

It’s been a very exciting week for our continental team, with Luca Coati winning the 74th Firenze – Viareggio last Sunday. Coati dedicated his win at Firenze – Viareggio to Micheal Antonelli. Coati recently completed the UCI 2.Pro Arctic Race of Norway riding with our WorldTour team with fellow teammate Henok Mulubrhan. The two young riders were given the opportunity to race among the pro peloton and use the experience to develop their skills. Four of our other riders, Marc Pritzen, Henok Mulubrhan, Negasi Abreha and Renus Byiza, will ride the 57th Tour de l’Avenir, from the 13th- 22nd August. representing the Centre Mondial du.