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Kampioenschap Van Vlaanderen: Nizzolo 8th in fast & windy race

Jannik Steimle (Deceuninck-Quickstep) took a solo victory at the Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen today. Timo Roosen (Jumbo-Visma) & Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) rounded out the podium. It was a day of fast and windy racing around Koolskamp, with the definitive echelons forming in the final 40km of the race. Initially a group of 35-odd riders made the front echelon with around 5 laps (11km laps) remaining, we had 5-riders represented in that front split. 2 laps later and a few other riders had been dropped but Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka still had both our sprinters in the lead group, Giacomo Nizzolo and Mark Cavendish. Deceunick-Quickstep hadRead More →

Lineups: Memorial Marco Pantani & Primus Classic

On Saturday Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will be involved in two one day classics, the Belgian UCI 1.HC Primus Classic and the Italian UCI 1.1 Memorial Marco Pantani. The team for the Primus Classic will be similar to that of our lineup for Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen, with again a strong sprint potential focus ready for the 198km race. Giacomo Nizzolo & Mark Cavendish will be joined by Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, Bernie Eisel, Julien Vermote, Jay Thomson and Lars Bak at the Primus Classic. The Memorial Marco Pantani, could also lend itself to the fast men but the earlier climbs over the 200km parcour willRead More →

Lineup: Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen

On Friday Team Dimension Data will start its first of a series of season ending one day classics, the Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen. The UCI 1.1 event in Belgium will be our first of 11 one day events, which we will compete in over the next month. The sprint friendly Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen takes place on Friday, over a 11km lap in Koolskamp, which will need to be completed 16 times. Team Dimension Data will start the race with a solid lineup of sprint power. Giacomo Nizzolo & Mark Cavendish will be joined by Bernie Eisel, Julien Vermote, Jay Thomson, Lars Bak and stagiaire, Alexander Konychev.Read More →

“Exciting” trio confirmed for Team NTT in game-changing approach

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 theRead More →

Medical Update: Steve Cummings

Following his crash during stage five of the Tour of Britain Steve Cummings has been discharged from hospital. He underwent thorough diagnostics at the neurosurgical department in Liverpool and was found to have fractured four vertebrae of the thoracic spine. Luckily no further neurological damage occurred and an operation is not necessary. Under conservative treatment he now needs to fully recover and will not be able to participate in any further races until the end of the season. We would like to extend our gratitude for all the messages of support we’ve received for Steve, and wish him a speedy recovery.Read More →

Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal: Valgren 5th in Montreal

Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) took the honours in Montreal, ahead of Diego Ulissi (UAE Team Emirates), with Ivan Garcia (Bahrain-Merida) . Michael Valgren continued our team’s strong performance, wrapping up the weekend races with a 5th place. The break of the day enjoyed the majority of the race out front, but the teams with sprint ambitions kept a watchful eye over proceedings. Once they had been caught, there were plenty attacks off the front, with Reinardt Janse van Rensburg featuring in a few moves. Valgren was well positioned in the reduced bunch in the final lap and took 5th place. Reinardt Janse van RensburgRead More →

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