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Lineup: Sparkassen Munsterland Giro

The Sparkassen Munsterland Giro takes place on Tuesday 3 October and Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will be at the start of this UCI 1.HC sprint friendly event. The Sparkassen Munsterland Giro takes place over a 193km route tomorrow. Starting in Emsdetten, the riders will head out toward Lengerich for 2 undulating laps in the hillside before heading down to Munster, where 2 local laps will bring the race to its conclusion. With a sprint finish the most likely outcome, Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will look to Reinardt Janse van Rensburg mixing it up in the final. Our South African will be able toRead More →

Samuele Battistella wins u23 World Championships!

Team Dimension Data Continental rider, Samuele Battistella, has been crowned the u23 Road Race World Champion! The Italian took the victory in Yorkshire today, ahead of Stefan Bissegger (Switzerland) and Tom Pidcock (Great Britain).  The u23 world championship road race took place over a tough 173km course in the Yorkshire countryside, before the finish took place after two local laps around Harrogate. The first decisive moment in the race came with around 60km to go, as the peloton split in the crosswinds. Battistella was always attentive near the front of the bunch and so he made this front split of 22 riders and drove theRead More →

Michaelsen assumes new Head Sports Director role with Team NTT

We are delighted to announce that the highly experienced Lars Michaelsen joins us in the capacity of Head Sports Director from 1 January 2020, as we rebrand to Team NTT. The Dane, 50, raced professionally for 14 years securing 25 victories with teams including the likes of CSC, TVM, Team Coast and Française des Jeux. Career highlights include victory at Gent-Wevelgem in 1995 as well as a stage victory at the Vuelta a España in 1997. That win on the opening stage saw him wear the leader’s jersey for four stages. At Paris-Roubaix in 2005 he finished an impressive fifth, as he did in 2002,Read More →

2019 UCI World Championships

The 2019 UCI World Championships take place this week in Yorkshire, and Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will have representation in 4 of the events through the week. The u23 individual time trial takes place on Tuesday over a 30.3km course. After finishing 9th in last year’s edition of the event, Matteo Sobrero from our continental feeder team will take on the clock once again. In the elite men’s individual time trial, Stefan de Bod (South Africa) and Amanuel Ghebreigzabhier (Eritrea) will both start the 54km test on Wednesday. The u23 road race will feature four of our young continental feeder team talents. Samuele BattistellaRead More →

Lineups: GP Isbergues & Trofeo Matteotti

Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will end its weekend of season ending one day classics with the UCI 1.1 GP Isbergues in France, and the UCI 1.1 Trofeo Matteotti in Italy, on Sunday. GP Isbergues always attracts a fair lineup of sprinters, but the past two editions of the 200km event has seen a late breakaway steal the victory from them. Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka will be hoping the sprinters have their day once again as Giacomo Nizzolo and Mark Cavendish will receive good support from Reinardt Janse van Rensburg, Bernie Eisel, Julien Vermote, Jay Thomson and Alexander Konychev. For Trofeo Matteotti, the punchierRead More →

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 →

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