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Henok Mulubrhan steps up to the WorldTour in 2022

We are delighted to announce that Henok Mulubrhan has signed his first professional contract and will join the Team Qhubeka NextHash WorldTour team from 1 January, 2022. The 21-year-old from Asmara, Eritrea, makes the progression following two years spent with Team Qhubeka’s UCI Continental team based in Lucca, Italy. 2021 has proved to be an excellent season, so far, which has included placing second at Giro del Medio Brenta, third place on stage two of the under 23 Giro d’Italia where he also placed 17th overall on the general classification and a hugely impressive sixth at Giro dell’Appennino, among others. Mulubrham has also raced this.

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Time | Team Qhubeka NextHash TDF2021 (video)

The fourth video in our series of short films from the 2021 Le Tour de France, Time. For 21 days, over 3 weeks and more than 3400km, we are always up against the clock at the Tour de France. How we use our time is what makes the difference though.We race for a purpose. #BicyclesChangeLives.

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Sergio Henao finishes top 20 as Le Tour enters Andorra on stage 15

Sepp Kuss (Team Jumbo-Visma) won stage 15 of the Tour de France, being the strongest out of large breakaway to go solo to the line in Andorra la Vella. Stage 15 of the Tour de France was another difficult climbing day as the peloton had to cover 191km, including 4 categorised climbs. A fast start on a small climb saw a big breakaway group go clear in the opening kilometers. Sergio Henao was one of the first 8 riders to go clear before another 24 riders came across to the front group. Groupama-FDJ had numbers in the front group and so they took control of.

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Another big day for the break at Le Tour on stage 14

Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) won stage 14 of the Tour de France, going solo to the line from 40km out to take an impressive win. Stage 14 of the Tour de France was another tough climbing day, as riders made their way from Carcasonne to Quillan over 183km. Once again it was an explosive start to the stage as just about every rider in the race had a go at trying to make the breakaway. Sean Bennett and Sergio Henao were very active for Team Qhubeka NextHash but the battle for the break went on for 90km. Eventually it was 10 riders that finally got a.

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Q&A with Henok Mulubrhan

Henok Mulubrhan hails from the capital of Eritea, Asmara. It’s a city rich in cycling culture, so much so that streets get closed on weekends so everyone can enjoy cycling freely, when you come home from Europe or the Tour de France, you are celebrated like an Olympic gold medalist – a hero. The response to Daniel Teklehaimanot and Merhawi Kudus and how they celebrated after their first LeTour was inspirational and a glimpse of hope and possibilities to many young Eritrean riders, amongst them was Henok Mulubrhan who hopes to follow in their footsteps. “Cycling is my passion, it feels like I was born.

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Bennett animates Le Tour stage 13 in breakaway

Mark Cavendish (Deceuninck-Quickstep) won stage 13 of the Tour de France, sprinting to the win in Carcassonne. Stage 13 of the Tour de France was another long transitional stage, covering 220km of the Southern France countryside. The stage got off to another fast start with a number of riders again looking to make the break. Team Qhubeka NextHash were once again very active and were rewarded for their efforts when American, Sean Bennett made the break of the day. Only two other riders joined Bennett on the attack, and so it was set to be a long and hard day under the baking sun for.

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