Critérium du Dauphiné - Stage 8 (16 Jun 2019)
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Cannondale–Drapac, formally Cannondale–Drapac Pro Cycling Team (UCI Code: CDT), is an American professional cycling team. Founded in 2003, the squad entered the UCI World Tour in 2009. Headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, United States, the team maintains an equipment and training facility in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Slipstream Sports, a holding company, owns Cannondale–Drapac. Cannondale Bicycle Corporation, an American-Canadian bicycle manufacturer, is the title sponsor. Drapac Capital Partners, an Australian-American management firm, is the presenting sponsor. The general manager is American Jonathan Vaughters and the directeur sportif is Briton Charles Wegelius.Team Members Show Thumbs Cutouts Renders
Between the 2009 and the 2016 UCI World Tours, the team finished inside the top-ten on five occasions. Notable results include: the 2009 Vattenfall Cyclassics and the 2010 Vattenfall Cyclassics with American Tyler Farrar, the 2010 Tour de Pologne, the 2013 Volta a Catalunya, the 2013 Liège–Bastogne–Liège, and the 2014 Giro di Lombardia with Irishman Dan Martin, the 2011 Tour Down Under with Australian Cameron Meyer, the 2011 Paris–Roubaix with Belgian Johan Vansummeren, the 2012 Giro d'Italia with Canadian Ryder Hesjedal, and the 2014 Critérium du Dauphiné with American Andrew Talansky. Between 2008 and 2016, the team claimed twenty Grand Tour stages – seven in the Giro d'Italia, seven in the Tour de France, and six in the Vuelta a España. In 2010, Garmin–Transitions signed Norwegian Thor Hushovd, the reigning UCI World Road Race Champion. In 2010 and 2015, Briton David Millar won the silver medal at the UCI World Time Trial Championships and Lithuanian Ramūnas Navardauskas won the bronze medal at the UCI World Road Race Championships, respectively. Between 2008 and 2016, the squad won twenty-five national road race and time trial championships.
Cannondale–Drapac is known for its anti-doping stance. The team reviews blood levels before signing riders, and maintains an internal testing system. Before 2015, no rider had tested positive during or after his tenure at Cannondale–Drapac. American Tom Danielson tested positive for Synthetic Testosterone in August 2015. In October 2016, he accepted a four-year suspension for unintentionally consuming dehydroepiandrosterone. Riders who competed with banned substances in the late-1990s to early-2000s are eligible after their confession and ban.
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