The AIS team Orica announced its list in 2013, enters its second season. The team, which is the sister of Orica-ProTeam GreenEdge men will have a core largely Australian again, with some foreign experts stars. |
Debut year the team began an almost perfect with victories in road racing against the clock and championships Australia with Amanda Spratt and Shara Gillow. As the season began in Europe Loes Gunnewijk won Omloop Nieuwsblad and Judith Arndt took his second Tour of Flanders victories continued throughout the summer with Melissa Hoskins won two stages and the overall classification of the Tour Chongming Island, and finished second in the same race at the World Cup, while Arndt won the Euskal Emakumeen Bira and Linda Villumsen won the Tour of Trentino. northwave skeleton
The season ends with success, as it had begun, with the team silver medal against the clock in the world championship team, while Arndt won gold and bronze in the individual event Villumsen.
Arndt had long since announced his intention to retire at the end of the season, however, with former Australian champion Alex Rhodes. Rowena Fry has also taken the decision to suspend wheels, long - unexpectedly - with Villumsen, while transfers Häusler Team Tibco-To The Top, which means that the team had to recruit some new riders.
"Before discussing the new team, I would like to express my sincere thanks and wish you all the best for the future Judith Arndt, Alex Rhodes, Claudia Häusler, Linda Villumsen and Rowena Fry," said sporting director David McPartland . "Our first season was a dream year from our point of view, in large part, this is due to the leadership and camaraderie on the display of our entire team. Judith, Alex, Claudia, Linda and Row Now to things outside of the bike. they are after leaving a lasting impact on our team. "
The hypothesis that the Danish Kiwi Linda Villumsen born retired at age 27 were premature with four times world championship medalist revealing he had simply removed from Orica AIS for the next season to settle permanently New Zealand. team gb cycling jersey
Villumsen turns to the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014 and the Olympics two years later, in Rio de Janeiro and use a base in New Zealand to do so.
"I'm still very passionate about cycling and Orica AIS team has been excellent," Villumsen said. "But the show must go on, with or without me in the team that will be great. Will follow as everyone in Europe, while I remain focused on my goals. radioshack jersey
"I took the" gypsy "the nickname of the last season, simply because I do not have objects scattered around the world and at this point I think it is time to remain constant for some time. "Given that 2013 is not a huge season I think it is time to try another type of season."
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