CCC team

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CCC team
Team data
UCI code CCC
nationality PolandPoland Poland
License UCI WorldTeam
operator Continuum Sports LLC
First season 2007
discipline Street
Wheel manufacturer Giant
General manager PolandPoland Piotr Wadecki
Sportl. ladder CanadaCanada Steve Bauer Fabio Baldato Noël Dejonckheere Gabriele Missaglia Marco Pinotti Valerio Piva Jackson Stewart
United StatesUnited States 
Name story
Years Surname
BMC Racing Team
CCC Team

The CCC Team is a Polish cycling team based in Santa Rosa ( United States ).


Team BMC Racing ( California Tour 2013 )

The team was founded in 2007 as the BMC Racing Team and received a UCI license as the American Continental Team , with which it mainly participated in races on the UCI America and Europe Tour . The Swiss bicycle manufacturer BMC supported the team from its inception as a name sponsor and material supplier. For the 2008 season, the BMC Racing Team was upgraded to the Professional Continental Team . The team received a ProTeam license since 2011 and was therefore entitled and obliged to start in all races of the UCI WorldTour . With the victory of the Tour de France 2011 , Cadel Evans secured the team's greatest success to date.

After the owner of BMC, Andy Rihs, passed away in spring 2018 , the company announced that it would end its commitment to the team at the end of the year. In August, the team operator Continuum Sports announced that the Polish shoe and bag manufacturer CCC , previously the main sponsor of the Polish team CCC Sprandi Polkowice, would become the team's name sponsor in 2019. The team was registered as a Polish team under the name CCC Team for the 2019 season .

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the main sponsor CCC , the team suspended most of the contracts of team employees for the remainder of the season from April 2020 and announced that it would drastically reduce driver salaries. The reason given was that the business of the sponsor CCC had collapsed due to the pandemic. In mid-May 2020 it became known that the drivers were foregoing 50% of their salaries in order to keep the team going in 2020. However, the main sponsor CCC will end its commitment at the end of the 2020 season and thus one year earlier than agreed.

2020 season

Success in the UCI Continental Circuits

date run Cat. driver
29th August FranceFrance3b. Stage Tour du Poitou-Charentes ( EZF ) 2.1 Czech RepublicCzech Republic Josef Cerny
August 30th HungaryHungary2nd stage Tour de Hongrie 2.1 ItalyItaly Jakub Mareczko

National road cycling champions

date run winner
20th of August PolandPoland Polish Championship - Individual Time Trial PolandPoland Kamil Gradek
20th of August Czech RepublicCzech Republic Czech Championship - Individual Time Trial Czech RepublicCzech Republic Josef Cerny


Wikidata logo S.svgTeam roster
Surname Date of birth country Previous team
William Barta January 6, 1996 United States United States Hagens Berman Axeon (2018)
Patrick Bevin February 15, 1991 NZL New Zealand Cannondale-Drapac (2017)
Josef Černý May 11, 1993 CZE Czech Republic Elkov-Author (2018)
Víctor de la Parte June 22, 1986 ESP Spain Movistar (2018)
Alessandro De Marchi May 19, 1986 ITA Italy Cannondale (2014)
Simon Geschke March 13, 1986 GER Germany Sunweb (2018)
Kamil Gradek 17th September 1990 POLE Poland CCC Sprandi Polkowice (2018)
Jan Hirt January 21, 1991 CZE Czech Republic Astana (2019)
Jonas Koch June 25, 1993 GER Germany CCC Sprandi Polkowice (2018)
Pavel Kochetkov March 7, 1986 RUS Russia Katusha-Alpecin (2019)
Jakub Mareczko April 30, 1994 ITA Italy Wilier Triestina-Selle Italia (2018)
Fausto Masnada (Jan 1 - Aug 18) November 6, 1993 ITA Italy Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec (2019)
Kamil Małecki January 2, 1996 POLE Poland CCC Development (2019)
Michał Paluta 4th October 1995 POLE Poland CCC Development (2019)
Serge Pauwels November 21, 1983 BEL Belgium Dimension Data (2018)
Joey Rosskopf 5th September 1989 United States United States Hincapie Sportswear Development (2014)
Szymon Sajnok August 24, 1997 POLE Poland CCC Sprandi Polkowice (2018)
Michael Schär September 29, 1986 SUI Switzerland Astana (2009)
Matteo Trentin 2nd August 1989 ITA Italy Mitchelton-Scott (2019)
Attila Valter June 12, 1998 HUN Hungary CCC Development (2019)
Greg Van Avermaet May 17, 1985 BEL Belgium Omega Pharma Lotto (2010)
Gijs Van Hoecke November 12, 1991 BEL Belgium LottoNL-Jumbo (2018)
Nathan Van Hooydonck October 12, 1995 BEL Belgium
Guillaume Van Keirsbulck February 14, 1991 BEL Belgium Wanty-Groupe Gobert (2018)
Francisco José Ventoso May 6, 1982 ESP Spain Movistar (2016)
Łukasz Wiśniowski December 7, 1991 POLE Poland Sky (2018)
Ilnur Sakarin September 15, 1989 RUS Russia Katusha-Alpecin (2019)
Georg Zimmermann October 11, 1997 GER Germany Tirol-KTM (2019)
Source: UCI

Placements in UCI rankings

UCI America Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2007 23. United StatesUnited States Scott Nydam (126.)
2008 14th United StatesUnited States Antonio Cruz (63.)
2009 20th SwitzerlandSwitzerland Danilo Wyss (129.)
2010 12. NorwayNorway Alexander Kristoff (43.)

UCI Asia Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2009 - -
2010 35. GermanyGermany Marcus Burghardt (79th)

UCI Europe Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2007 115. United StatesUnited States Jonathan Garcia (1107.)
2008 101. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Danilo Wyss (478.)
2009 63. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Mathias Frank (120th)
2010 38. AustraliaAustralia Cadel Evans (175th)

UCI Oceania Tour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2009 - -
2010 21st AustraliaAustralia Cadel Evans (47th)

UCI World Calendar

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2009 32. SwitzerlandSwitzerland Markus Zberg (202nd)
2010 10. AustraliaAustralia Cadel Evans (5th)

UCI WorldTour

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2011 5. AustraliaAustralia Cadel Evans (2nd)
2012 7th AustraliaAustralia Cadel Evans (24.)
2013 10. BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (18th)
2014 2. BelgiumBelgium Philippe Gilbert (14th)
2015 6th BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (8th)
2016 4th BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (6th)
2017 3. BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (1st)
2018 4th BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (5th)

UCI World Ranking

season Team ranking Driver ranking
2019 20th BelgiumBelgium Greg Van Avermaet (6th)

Web links

Commons : CCC Team  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ^ De Telegraaf: Future secured by BMC. In: May 18, 2018, accessed August 11, 2018 .
  2. CCC gets on board - future of the BMC team secured. In: July 16, 2018, accessed August 11, 2018 .
  3. Registration of UCI WorldTeams and UCI Professional Continental Teams for the 2019 season. In: December 11, 2018, accessed December 11, 2018 .
  4. Felix Mattis: CCC team terminates contracts and drastically cuts driver salaries. In: April 4, 2020, accessed April 4, 2020 .
  5. Stephen Farrand: CCC to end team sponsorship as riders accept 50 per cent pay cut to survive 2020 season. In: May 12, 2020, accessed on May 12, 2020 .