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Team Qhubeka ASSOS partners with AFEX

Johannesburg, 16 February 2021 – Team Qhubeka ASSOS, Africa’s only UCI-registered WorldTour cycling team, is delighted to announce that AFEX will partner with the team as its Official Global FX Partner. AFEX is a leader in global payments and risk management and adds to the ever-growing portfolio of premium brands supporting Team Qhubeka ASSOS in their aspirations at the pinnacle of cycling. “We are thrilled to be the Official Global FX Partner of Team Qhubeka Assos – and to be helping the team better manage their currency exposures,” said Wayne Mitchell, Managing Director EMEA at AFEX. “AFEX is deeply committed to sport around the world.

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Team Qhubeka ASSOS combines nutritional science with a human touch to enable optimised performance

Team Qhubeka ASSOS is delighted to confirm the appointment of leading food scientist Dr. Samefko Ludidi, as the team’s official nutrition consultant for the upcoming season. Although high performance endurance sports – especially cycling – are often thought of as something that has much to do with precision work and the calculation of food portions down to the milligram, Team Qhubeka ASSOS will seek to highlight a different approach in its nutrition strategy: a more humane one. Under the leadership of Dr. Ludidi, the nutritional policy of the entire team will be optimized in the coming months. Ludidi, who is known for his down-to-earth and.

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Race for Change – EP 1 – Who we are: Team Qhubeka ASSOS

VIDEO RELEASE: New colors, new riders, new name – same passion to change the world! Our partners ASSOS of Switzerland recently spent time with us out our pre-season team training camp near Girona, Spain, capturing the ethos of Team Qhubeka ASSOS. In this video release find out what’s behind Team Qhubeka ASSOS; united in changing lives with bicycles and driving development of the sport’s most technologically advanced equipment. This forms part of a seven-episode web series that will be created during the course of the 2021 season, allowing for key insights into the team that races through its success to create meaningful change in the.

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Negasi Haylu Abreha: The rider who can’t go home

[EDITORIAL]: Every morning when the Ethiopian road race champion, Negasi Haylu Abreha, wakes up he has no idea whether his family are alive. He has no way of being able to call home or message them immediately to check. WHY? Negasi, who in 2021 will ride his second year with the Team Qhubeka Continental team, is from Mek’ele, the main town in the region of Tigray, Ethiopia. It’s a region that’s seen conflict arise between national government forces and the region’s ruling party, following an outbreak of hostilities in early November. It’s a situation that’s continued unabated, which at the time of writing has seen the.

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