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Team Qhubeka ASSOS will take the start of the famous Strade Bianche on Saturday. The famous Italian UCI World Tour single day classic will be run over 184km around the Siena countryside, including numerous white gravel road sectors. Strade Bianche, one of the most exciting one day classics of the season, will see the UCI World Tour peloton descend upon the dusty white roads around Siena, for the 184km Strade Bianche. At last year’s edition of the race, which took place under very different circumstances in August, due toCovid-19, Michael Gogl brilliantly fought his way to a 9th place finish. Our Austrian specialist has been.

Team Qhubeka ASSOS is delighted to confirm the arrivals of Lukasz Wisniowski, Sean Bennett and Karel Vacek to Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour team in 2021. All three riders will offer a wide variety of skills that will be crucial as part of our team’s performance ambitions in the future, alongside our continued purpose in changing lives together with the Qhubeka Charity. 28-year-old Wisniowski is a an excellent addition who will bring a wealth of experience into the team. A career highlight thus far undoubtedly was his second place finish at the 2018 Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and his performances at Kuurne-Bruxelles-Kuurne, where he’s twice fnished in.

Stage five was offered plenty of excitement, with the breakaway managing to edge out the general classification favourites. Filippo Ganna (INS) soloed to a superb win from the breakaway. Domenico Pozzovivo, protected through the stage by various teammates, was one of the first from the Maglia Rosa group to start the descent of Valico de Montescuro, a climb he is very familiar with. He crossed the line in 13th place today, which sees him move up to 6th place on the general classification. Domenico Pozzovivo With the fog and wet road, it was a bit dangerous, but I could manage it because I know the.

Diego Ulissi (UAE) outsprinted the field today to win stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia in Agrigento, in a short, steep finale. Domenico Pozzovio and Matteo Sobero and were both in the action for us and crossed the line in 14th and 15th place for us, due to some great teamwork in the final stretch of racing. Sobero now sits 6th in the general classification, with Ben O’Connor moving into 15th place. Matteo Sobereo “The final was really fast uphill and the last four kilometres uphill, the speed was really high. I kept the position in the last kilometre with Pozzovivo. It was impossible to sprint,.

At nearly 2 metres tall and over 90kg NTT Pro Cycling’s Max Walscheid might have surprised many as he takes to the final stage of the 2020 Tour de France. In a race that featured eight mountain finishes and some brutally hard racing, the fast men in the peloton have spent many hours suffering with their own battle to make the day’s “time cut” and ensure that they are able to take to the start line the following day. Ahead of the final stage, a remarkably fresh looking Walscheid beamed following his time trial finish at La Planche des Belles Filles, having received fantastic support.

NTT Pro Cycling will celebrate Mandela Day (18 July) in truly unique fashion as the holders of the yellow jersey going into the penultimate stage of the first-ever Virtual Tour de France. In Saturday’s fifth stage, South Africa’s Louis Meintjes will wear the yellow jersey (maillot jaune) with the iconic Mont Ventoux summit finish set to provide the fireworks, ahead of Sunday’s final that finishes on the Champs-Élysées. He’ll be joined by Stefan de Bod, Domenico Pozzovivo and Ben O’Connor. As a purpose-led, performance-driven and technology-enabled team, NTT Pro Cycling has wholeheartedly embraced the opportunity to race in the virtual world, and our approach has.

Ryan Gibbons’ capture of the South African road race title underscored a superb weekend for the NTT Pro Cycling team. Racing across four continents, a remarkable 24-hour period saw first Ben O’Connor storm to a superb victory on stage four at Etoiles de Besseges. The 24-year-old Australian was superbly supported in the final stages of a race that saw NTT Pro Cycling take the race firmly in their grip, and duly rewarded with O’Connor’ storming solo to the line. That victory was followed up 12 or so hours later as our team at Tour de Langkawi clicked to perfectly catapult our German sprinter, Max Welscheid,.

We are delighted to confirm the signing of Michael Carbel for 2020 who becomes our 29th and final addition ahead of the racing season. While at the same time, we also look forward to welcoming former rider Daniel Holm Foder as a Sports Director who takes a position under the leadership of Lars Michaelsen. They were both previously involved with Danish UCI Continental outfit Team Waoo. For Carbel, the 24-year-old Dane’s ability as a fast-finisher will look to add to the sprinting depth already in our squad as he looks to develop alongside the likes of Giacomo Nizzolo, Ryan Gibbons, Max Walscheid and Reinardt Janse.

We are delighted to announce a trio of exciting signings confirmed to join Team NTT in 2020. They are the Australian duo of Benjamin Dyball and Dylan Sunderland along with Denmark’s Andreas Stokbro. All three take the significant step up from Continental and Pro-Continental level, respectively, to the WorldTour following an exhaustive, industry-leading approach in identifying them specifically as talents required for our team. Dyball, 30, currently rides for Team Sapura and has had an excellent 2019 season. The highlight being his overall victory at the Tour de Langkawi which included a win on the stage four summit finish at Genting Highlands. It was the.