Geraint Thomas in the team's jersey (2009)
Barloworld team was a British cycling team .
The sponsor Barloworld specializes in management and the second sponsor Valsir is a waste disposal company. The team was founded in 2003 by John Robertson as a
South African team, drove under an Italian license in 2004 and was British from 2005. The leaders of the team were the two former Italian racing cyclists Alberto Elli and Valerio Tebaldi . Probably the best-known driver in the Professional Continental Team was the 2003 world champion Igor Astarloa , who drove for the team for two years from 2005 to 2006. With the Konica Minolta team , the same operator also had a farm team .
Moisés Dueñas' positive doping result became known at the 2008 Tour de France , sponsor Barloworld announced its withdrawal at the end of the tour. In October, however, he decided to continue the sponsorship for another year. After the 2009 season, the team was dissolved, the British riders mostly switched to the Sky Professional Cycling Team .
Successes in the Continental Circuits
John-Lee Augustyn August 10, 1986
Francesco Bellotti August 6, 1979
Diego Caccia July 31, 1981
Patrick Calcagni 5th July 1977
End of career
Félix Cárdenas November 24, 1972
Giampaolo Cheula May 23, 1979
Marco Corti June 15, 1985
Steve Cummings March 19, 1981
Chris Froome May 20, 1985
Robert Hunter April 22, 1977
Daryl Impey December 6, 1984
Paolo Longo Borghini December 10, 1980
Michele Merlo 7th August 1984
Carlo Scognamiglio May 31, 1983
Juan Mauricio Soler January 14, 1983
Geraint Thomas May 25, 1986
Placements in UCI rankings
UCI Africa Tour
UCI Asia Tour
UCI Europe Tour
UCI Oceania Tour
UCI World Calendar
sponsor Barloworld withdraws after the tour , accessed on July 22, 2008.
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