Photo gallery: Team Sky’s first five years – in numbers

A look back at Britain's only WorldTour team's first half-decade in the pro peloton

Team Sky will start their sixth season in professional cycling when the Tour Down Under rolls out of Adelaide later this month.

Britain’s only WorldTour team joined the professional ranks in 2010 and in their first five years in the peloton in the peloton have enjoyed phenomenal success – crowned by the Tour de France victories of Sir Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome.

But as they look ahead to the next five years, with boss Dave Brailsford outlining the team’s ‘2020 vision’, it also offers the chance to reflect on the story so far.

Let’s take a look back at the key stats from Team Sky’s first five years.

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