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Sean Yates

Yates will be taking the reins as the Directeur Sportif of the NTFO team for the 2014 season having worked with several of the biggest...

Sean Yates

Roger Hammond

Roger Hammond hung up his clip-on shoes a couple of years ago and is currently the Team Manager of the new Madison-Genesis team. Hammond did...

Roger Hammond

Rod Ellingworth

Ellingworth is one of the men credited with the excellent period of success for Team Sky in recent years. Having enjoyed a brief career as...

Rod Ellingworth

Johan Bruyneel

Johan Bruyneel is one of cycling’s most controversial and successful figures. As a cyclist he won three Grand Tour stages, including one in his home...

Johan Bruyneel

Pat McQuaid

Between 2006 and 2013 Patrick McQuaid was the President of the UCI. During his tenure he has come under repeated criticism due to his effort...

Pat McQuaid

Brian Cookson

Cookson is the newly elected President of the UCI, having taken over from his embattled predecessor, Pat McQuaid, in September 2013. As a cyclist Cookson’s...

Brian Cookson

Jonathan Vaughters

Vaughters is an American former pro-cyclist and current manager of the Garmin-Sharp team. As a rider he was a talented climber beset by injuries and...

Jonathan Vaughters

Bjarne Riis

Bjarne Riis is the most successful Danish rider in history having won the 1996 Tour de France and 6 Grand Tour stages. His ’96 victory...

Bjarne Riis

Shane Sutton

Australian Shane Sutton is the current head coach of British Cycling and performance advisor for Sky. He has worked closely with Sir Dave Brailsford for...

Shane Sutton

Sir Dave Brailsford

Brailsford has been one of the leaders of British Cyclin since he was first began work there in 1996. In the near two decades since...

Sir Dave Brailsford

Greg LeMond

Greg LeMond is a three-time winner of the Tour de France, and the only American to wear yellow in Paris. He won his first tour...

Greg LeMond

Marianne Vos

Dutchwoman Marianne Vos, currently the the leader of the Rabobank-Liv/giant women’s team, is the undisputed queen of cycling. No other current rider can match her...

Marianne Vos

Alejandro Valverde

The career of Movistar’s Alejandro Valverde can be divided into two distinct periods either side of a two-year ban from January 2012 for doping offences....

Alejandro Valverde

Rui Costa

In September 2013, Rui Costa was crowned Portugal’s first world road champion after a rain-soaked race in Tuscany, Italy. With many of his major rivals...

Rui Costa

Nairo Quintana

Colombian cyclist Nairo Quintana was the sensation of 2012. After three years making his way in the professional ranks, he won the first stage of...

Nairo Quintana

Marcel Kittel

In 2011, Marcel Kittel moved from being a promising talent to one of cycling’s established names. Riding for the Shimano team in his first year...

Marcel Kittel

Philippe Gilbert

After six years as a pro cyclist, Belgian Philippe Gilbert came of age in 2009 by concluding the season with four wins in a row...

Philippe Gilbert

Tom Boonen

2012 was the best season ever for former world road champion Tom Boonen. Riding for the Quick Step team, he won 14 races, including the...

Tom Boonen

Tony Martin

German Tony Martin is a time trial specialist who rides for the Omega Pharma – Quick-Step team. In 2013, he became only the second rider...

Tony Martin

Andy Schleck

At the end of 2004, Andy Schleck secured his first professional contract with Team CSC, and soon after he made his debut in a ProTour...

Andy Schleck

Tom Scully

In 2010, at the age of 20, Tom Scully performed well at the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Beijing, with a third place in...

Tom Scully

Yanto Barker

Welshman Yanto Barker had a successful season in 2013 as part of Team UK Youth, winning two stages of the Tour Series on his way...

Yanto Barker

Ian Field

Hargroves Cycles rider Ian Field retained his Elite National Cyclo-Cross title in January 2013 by starting fast and leading the race from start to finish,...

Ian Field

Helen Wyman

Helen Wyman is the queen of British cyclo-cross, having won the British national title seven consecutive times from 2006 to 2012. Her time at the...

Helen Wyman
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