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by Neal Rogers
October 3, 2017
In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Bassons chases down motor-doping amateur in France; British sprinter Dan McLay signs with EF Education First-Drapac for 2018; Trek-Segafredo finalizes 2018 lineup with Tsgabu Grmay, Nicola Conci signings; Gaudry sacked as CEO of Hawthorn after five months on job; Brennauer leaves Canyon-SRAM for Wiggle High 5; Lotto-Soudal Ladies team announces six new additions to 2018 roster; Sarah Roy continues with Orica-Scott through 2019; Movistar women’s team announces roster of eight for 2018; Pawlowska breaks Boels-Dolman contract to join Team Virtu Cycling.
Weeks after announcing the launch of its women’s team for 2018, Movistar has announced a roster of eight riders lined up for the 2018 season.
Of these signees are 33-year-old Polish rider Malgorzata Jasinska, transferring from Cylance Pro Cycling, and Aude Biannic, a French rider transferring from FDJ. With nine years in the pro peloton, Jasinska brings experience, while Biannic, 26, has had top-10 finishes in both World Championship and Olympic events.
Jorge Sanz will lead the team in its inaugural year. Negotiations are still in process with the team hoping to fill three more spots in the coming weeks.
The current roster is Mavi García, Lourdes Oyarbide, Lorena Llamas, Eider Merino, Alicia González, Alba Teruel, Malgorzata Jasinska, Aude Biannic.
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