2020 Edition

Stages won 0
Overall ranking 20
Competitors in race 8
Sporting managers : SCHULZE André / RADOCHLA Steffen

BORA - HANSGROHE

This is an example of a team that has grown season after season since its foundation in 2010, then featuring in the Continental category. First as NetApp, later with the added support of Endura and, since 2014, bearing the name of Bora-Argon 18, Ralph Denk’s team has not ceased to advance in its transit through professional cycling.

The team faces its fourth WorldTour season, with its two stars at the forefront: Peter Sagan and Rafal Majka. In 2019, an ex-team member commanded all the attention at La Vuelta: Sam Bennett. The Irish sprinter obtained two stage victories for Bora-Hansgrohe that resulted in being signed by Deceuninck Quick-Step, the team he will be competing in this season.

  • Final victory0
  • Stages victories4
  • Red jersey0
  • Other race Won0

Overall victories: 0   

Stage victories: 4

  • 2013: Leopold König, (Alto de Peñas Blancas - Estepona).
  • 2017: Rafal Majka (Sierra de la Pandera)
  • 2019: Sam Bennett (Alicante and Oviedo).  

Leader jersey: 0  

Victories in secondary classifications: 0  

IN FIGURES
17: Stage victories in Grand Tours since the team joined the World Tour category in 2017. Interestingly, the only three-week race they have not obtained any victories in was La Vuelta 18.

KEY DATES  

August 31st 2013: Leopold König makes history for the team outsprinting Dani Moreno and Nicolas Roche (who would become leader) to get the first stage victory in La Vuelta for the team. 

September 2nd 2017: Rafal Majka wins at the top of the Sierra de La Pandera and proves once again his talent as a climber.

September 7th 2019: In what became a turbulent arrival in Oviedo, Sam Bennett reaffirmed his position as one of the peloton’s best sprinters, obtaining his second stage victory in La Vuelta 19.

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