|Based||National Cycling Centre
|Founded||2009as Sky ProCycling|
|Website||Team home page|
|General manager||Dave Brailsford|
|Team name history|
|Sky Professional Cycling
Team Sky (UCI team code: SKY) is a British professional cycling team that competes in the UCI World Tour. The team is based at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester, England, with a logistics base in Belgium and an operational base in Quarrata, Italy. The team is managed by British Cycling's former performance director Dave Brailsford.
Team Sky's aim was "to win the Tour de France within five years" after cutting back their initial expectations from 2010's aim to "create the first British winner of the Tour de France within five years". Sky achieved their initial 2010 goal in 2012 when Bradley Wiggins won the 2012 Tour de France, becoming the first British winner in its history, while fellow Briton Chris Froome finished as the runner up. Froome later went onto win the 2013 Tour de France, thereby achieving Team Sky's aim twice over, within the original time period.
The creation of the team was announced on 26 February 2009, with the major sponsorship provided by BSkyB. The company were searching for a sport in which they could have a positive and wide-ranging impact through sponsorship. British Cycling first began their relationship with BSkyB in 2008 with a £1 million sponsorship in the Sky Track Cycling team following the Summer Olympics in which British cyclists excelled. After a trip to the Manchester Velodrome, home of the National Cycling Centre, in 2008, BSkyB chairman James Murdoch quickly became keen on the sport. BSkyB were lobbied by British Cycling and key figures such as David Brailsford to launch a British road cycling team which would compete in road cycling's major events as well as the three Grand Tours in Italy, France and Spain. BSkyB agreed to finance the team with the aim of a British rider winning the Tour de France within five years.
Team Sky's original intention was to build a 25-man squad with a core of British riders and to nurture the young talent. The first six riders confirmed were Geraint Thomas, Steve Cummings, Chris Froome, Russell Downing, Ian Stannard and Peter Kennaugh, all British riders. The ambition to "ensure competitiveness" through other signings, including a number of foreign riders, was expressed. On 10 September 2009, a further ten riders were confirmed as set to ride for the team. These were Edvald Boasson Hagen, Thomas Löfkvist, Kurt Asle Arvesen, Simon Gerrans, Juan Antonio Flecha, Kjell Carlström, John-Lee Augustyn, Greg Henderson, Lars Petter Nordhaug, and Morris Possoni. Further additions to the squad, including Chris Sutton and Bradley Wiggins from Garmin-Slipstream, Michael Barry, and Ben Swift from Team Katusha were made before the beginning of the 2010 season.
The team gained a victory in its first race in January 2010, the Cancer Council Helpline Classic in Adelaide, Australia, a one-day race prior to the Tour Down Under, with Greg Henderson and Chris Sutton taking first and second respectively. Team Sky’s first ProTour event was the Tour Down Under in January. The team was awarded a wild-card entry for the Tour de France. Team Sky was also invited to compete in all three of the years Grand Tours. In February 2010 the team got its first one day victory when Juan Antonio Flecha won the Belgian semi-classic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad with a solo break.
On 9 May Bradley Wiggins became the first Sky rider to wear the leaders jersey of a Grand Tour when he won the opening prologue of the Giro d'Italia. That same month Ben Swift became the first rider to win an overall classification winning the Tour de Picardie. In the Team's first Tour de France, Geraint Thomas finished second on the cobblestones of stage three, and wore the white jersey as leader of the young rider classification. The Tour was a disappointment for Sky though, with Thomas Löfkvist in 17th overall being their highest placed rider (Wiggins finished in 24th place). Löfkvist led Team Sky at the Vuelta a España, but the team withdrew after stage seven following the death of soigneur Txema González. In total Team Sky recorded 22 wins in their debut season, with a further 50 podiums.
Team Sky again began the season in Australia, with Ben Swift winning two stages of the Tour Down Under, and finishing third overall. Juan Antonio Flecha and Jeremy Hunt finished fourth and sixth respectively in the Tour of Qatar in February, while Edvald Boasson Hagen finished first in the points classification and second overall in the Tour of Oman later that month. In the Classics season, Bradley Wiggins finished third overall in Paris–Nice and Geraint Thomas finished second overall at the Dwars door Vlaanderen. The team enjoyed a successful Tour of California, with Ben Swift winning stage two and Greg Henderson taking victory in stage three. At the Giro d'Italia, Thomas Lofkvist was the highest placed Sky rider, finishing 21st overall. The closest the team came to a stage victory was Davide Appollonio's second place on stage 12. Geraint Thomas secured Sky's first overall victory of the season, by winning the five-day Bayern-Rundfahrt race at the end of May. Edvald Boasson Hagen and Bradley Wiggins also won stages in the event, with Boasson Hagen claiming the points jersey. In June, Wiggins won the Critérium du Dauphiné, Sky's biggest victory to date.
At the Tour de France Sky finished third on stage two, the team time-trial. Edvald Boasson Hagen secured the team's first ever Tour stage win on stage six. On stage seven, just over 40 km (24.9 mi) from the finish, a crash brought down team leader Bradley Wiggins breaking his collarbone and ending his tour. This prompted a change of approach from Sky, with their riders targeting stage wins. On stage nine, Juan Antonio Flecha was hit by a French media car, which resulted in Flecha colliding with Vacansoleil-DCM rider Johnny Hoogerland, who crashed into a barbed-wire fence. Both riders were able to continue despite sustaining injuries in the incident. Geraint Thomas won the combativity award on stage 12. Boasson-Hagen came second to compatriot Thor Hushovd (Cervélo TestTeam) on stage 16, before winning the next stage with a solo breakaway. He also finished second on the stage 21 on the Champs-Élysées. Rigoberto Urán was the highest placed Sky rider with 24th overall, whilst Boasson Hagen's efforts gave the team two stage wins in an eventful Tour.
After the Tour de France, Boaason-Hagen's good form continued, as he won the Vattenfall Cyclassics and took a clean sweep of jerseys at the Eneco Tour. In the third and final Grand Tour of the 2011 season, the Vuelta a España, Sky riders Chris Froome and Bradley Wiggins finished second and third respectively in the general classification. Chris Sutton won stage two, while Froome won stage 17 of the event. On 11 October, it was announced that world champion Mark Cavendish would be joining the team for the 2012 season, bringing an end to months of speculation. He was joined by his HTC-Highroad teammate Bernhard Eisel.
In January, Team Sky confirmed their squad for the 2012 season which included eight new signings, Mark Cavendish, Bernhard Eisel, Sergio Henao, Danny Pate, Richie Porte, Salvatore Puccio, Luke Rowe and Kanstantsin Sivtsov.
At the Tour Down Under in January, Edvald Boasson Hagen won the sprint classification. In February Sky claimed the team classification at the Volta ao Algarve, with Richie Porte winning the overall and Edvald Boasson Hagen the points classification. Bradley Wiggins won the overall classifications in the Paris–Nice in March and the Tour de Romandie in April.
Sky dominated the Tour de France general classification with Bradley Wiggins first and Chris Froome second overall, and Mark Cavendish winning three stages including the sprint on the final stage on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. On 9 September, the team achieved their 100th victory with Lars Petter Nordhaug's win in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal. The team also topped the UCI World Tour teams classification, with a total score of 1767 points.
In preparation for the 2013 season, the signings of Vasil Kiryienka and David López García from Movistar Team and 2012 Italian national time trial champion, Dario Cataldo from Omega Pharma-Quick Step were secured. The team have also signed Gabriel Rasch and on 1 October it was revealed that the team had also signed Joe Dombrowski and Ian Boswell, from the Bontrager-Livestrong team, as neo-pros. The 2012 Tour of Britain winner, Jonathan Tiernan-Locke had signed a two-year deal with the team. Riders leaving the team at the end of the 2012 season are, Mark Cavendish who will move to Omega Pharma-Quick Step, Lars Petter Nordhaug to Blanco Pro Cycling, Davide Appollonio to Ag2r-La Mondiale and Juan Antonio Flecha to Vacansoleil-DCM, Alex Dowsett to Movistar Team and Michael Rogers to Saxo Bank-Tinkoff Bank. Michael Barry and Jeremy Hunt will both retire.
Doctor Geert Leinders, who had been employed by the Team since 2011, was subject of an internal investigation after allegations of involvement in doping at Blanco Pro Cycling earlier in his career, and on 9 October it was announced he would no longer work for the team. The impact of the USADA reasoned decision on doping by Lance Armstrong and team mates at the US Postal team led Sky to re-inforce its zero tolerance anti-doping policy, with all riders and staff being subjected to internal interviews. Two members of the coaching staff, Bobby Julich and Steven de Jongh were released from their contracts under the policy. Head Director Sportif Sean Yates also left the squad in October citing personal reasons, although the Telegraph linked his departure to past involvement in doping.
The 2013 season began with the Tour Down Under, where Geraint Thomas won stage two. In February Chris Froome won the overall classification, points classification and a stage in the Tour of Oman. In March Richie Porte won the Paris-Nice, including two of the last three stages in the race, the queen stage and the concluding time trial. The team then picked up a 1–2 at the Critérium International with Froome securing victory with a win on the final stage and Porte finishing runner up with a victory in the stage 2 time trial, also securing the points competition. In April, Froome followed up with overall wins at the Tour de Romandie  and Critérium du Dauphiné in June.
In July Froome went on to win the 100th and 2013 edition of the Tour de France; claiming dominant stage victories on the stage 8 final climb of Ax 3 Domaines, stage 15 to the summit of Mont Ventoux and the stage 17 individual time trial. Froome was narrowly beaten to the King of the Mountains prize by Movistar Teams Colombian climber and runner up - Nairo Quintana.
The team then recorded their first ever victory in their home stage race, with Bradley Wiggins claiming the overall title in the 2013 Tour of Britain winning the stage 3 individual time trial in Knowsley Safari park.
On 4 June 2013 it was announced that Australian Nathan Earle of the Continental team, Huon Salmon-Genesys Wealth Advisers, had been signed by the team for the 2014 season. On 1 August 2013, the first day of the cycling transfer window, it was confirmed that Rigoberto Uran would move to Omega Pharma-Quick Step for the 2014 season. On 22 August it was announced that Mathew Hayman would leave the team at the completion of the season and join Orica-GreenEDGE on a 2-year deal. On 6 September it was announced that the Irishman Philip Deignan of UnitedHealthcare would be joining the team after a strong 2013 season. After heavy speculation at the UCI Road World Championships it was announced on 1 October that Spanish climber, Mikel Nieve, would join the team on a two-year contract, following the closure of his current team (Euskaltel-Euskadi) at the end of the season. On 23 December Sebastián Henao (cousin of Team Sky rider Sergio Henao) was announced as the team's final signing for the 2014 season.
The 2014 season started off well, Chris Froome defended and retained his Tour of Oman crown and Peter Kennaugh won his first stage race, the Settimana Internazionale di Coppi e Bartali. Throughout the season the team has endured repeated illnesses and injuries, Geraint Thomas pulled out of the Pars-Nice after crashing out on stage 7 whilst leading the general classification. Richie Porte abandoned the Tirreno-Adriatico and the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, resulting in Porte not competing in the Giro d'Italia. A further blow came when Peter Kennaugh pulled out of the Giro, with the team citing illness.
In April the team fortunes began to turn; Froome defended and won the Tour de Romandie, Bradley Wiggins won the overall classification of the Tour of California and Geraint Thomas won overall classification of the Bayern-Rundfahrt - each taking control of the race by winning the individual time trial stage respectively. Poor luck returned at the Critérium du Dauphiné, where Froome crashed whilst wearing the leaders jersey, despite taking three stage wins (two stages for Froome, one for Nieve) Froome finished outside of the top 10, 4' 25" down on race winner Andrew Talansky.
In July, Froome returned to racing to defend his Tour de France victory, hopeful of overall victory Froome crashed twice on stage 4 and abandoned the race (having also crashed the day before) with Xabier Zandio abandoning on the sixth stage of the race. As a result, Richie Porte inherited team leadership duties but lost time in both the Alpine and Pyrenean stages. The teams highest rider on general classification was Nieve in 18th position, 46 minutes 31 seconds behind the winner, Vincenzo Nibali this marked one of the worst performances of the team and the Tour de France. Not selected to ride the Tour, Peter Kennaugh went on to take his second overall race victory at the Tour of Austria, taking the points classification in the process.
After abandoning the Tour de France, Froome announced he would ride the 2014 Vuelta a Espana where he finished in 2nd position, finishing 1 minute 10 seconds, behind the winner Alberto Contador. Froome was awarded the overall combativity award for the entire race. In September, Bradley Wiggins returned to the Tour of Britain with the stated aim of defending his title. Wiggins finished 3rd overall, winning the final day time trial by 8 seconds from Sylvain Chavanel.
Wiggins returned to action later in September at the 2014 UCI Road World Championships, again with the aim of winning the Elite mens time trial event. Wiggins won the time trial by over 25 seconds from perennial opponent, Tony Martin. Wiggins won Team Sky's first ever rainbow jersey, Mark Cavendish had previously worn a 'rainbow Sky jersey', but this was won whilt still at HTC-Highroad.
On 28 July 2014, the team announced that Geraint Thomas had signed a 2 year contract extension, keeping him at the team until the end of the 2016 season. In September Ben Swift signed a 2 year contract extension. On August 13 2014, Cyclingnews.com reported that Edvald Boasson Hagen will not renew his contract and will leave the team at the end of the season. After the cycling World Championships, Sky announced that they had signed Leopold König, Nicolas Roche, Wout Poels, and Andrew Fenn, with Lars Petter Nordhaug rejoining the team after two years at Belkin.  On October 1 2014, it was announced that Dario Cataldo would leave the team at the end of the season to join Astana. On October 24, the team announced the signing of their sixth rider, Elia Viviani. American climber Joe Dombrowski will also leave Team Sky to join Cannondale-Garmin. On January 5 2015, Bradley Wiggins signed a contract extension with the team up until and including the 2015 Paris–Roubaix.
According to the results of a study commissioned by Cyclingnews.com and performed by Repucom, the team gave more media value to their sponsors and partners than any other cycling team. The team delivered approximately $550m in advertising value, the highest amount achieved by any professional team.
BSkyB provided £30 million in sponsorship for the team and will back the team as name sponsor until the end of 2013. The team also receives further sponsorship from 21st Century Fox (previously News Corporation) and Sky Italia. Pinarello supplies bicycle frames and forks. On 5 January 2010, Adidas were announced as the teams official apparel and accessories partner. Gatorade, Marks & Spencer, Oakley, IG Markets are additional sponsors and Jaguar are providers of the team cars.
The team jerseys were changed to black and green beginning with the 2011 Tour de France, when the team formed Sky Rainforest Rescue, a three-year partnership with WWF to help raise awareness of deforestation in Brazil.
On 25 June 2013, the team announced that the logo of 21st Century Fox (the direct successor to News Corporation following the spin-off of its publishing business), will appear on the team's kit and team vehicles.
On 27 August 2013 the team announced that they had a signed a new three-year deal with Pinarello to supply bikes to the team until the end of the 2016 season.
A five part documentary series following the team's 2012 season, Team Sky and British Cycling: The Road to Glory, premiered on Sky Atlantic on 30 August 2012. Another documentary Bradley Wiggins: A Year in Yellow, following Wiggins' exploits in the 2012 season was first shown on the same channel in November 2012. The team have also produced two books chronicling the 2012 Tour de France and 2013 season- 21 Days to Glory and The Pain and the Glory.
The team has a zero-tolerance approach to doping . All team members (including staff) must sign an agreement that they have no past or present involvement in taking illegal substances. Anyone breaching the agreement at any time must leave the squad. Previous team members such as team doctor Geert Leinders, sports director Steven de Jongh and coach Bobby Julich have all left the team when their involvement in doping prior to working with Sky became known.
Although there have been speculations that Team Sky's tactics and success imply use of banned substances, Brailsford has strenuously denied any team use of illegal substances, citing his team's success in the Olympics as proof that you don't need to dope to dominate.
In September 2013, Jonathan Tiernan-Locke was asked by the UCI to explain a potential discrepancy in his biological passport data. In December 2013, British Cycling confirmed it had been instructed to begin disciplinary proceedings against Tiernan-Locke by the UCI. Sky have claimed the blood values in question were taken in 2012, when Tiernan-Locke was a member of the Endura Racing squad, and he is provisionally suspended from all team activities pending a decision. In July 2014 Tiernan-Locke was banned from competition until 31 December 2015 by the UCI, as a result of this his contract with the team was terminated with immediate effect.
In March 2014, Sergio Henao was removed from race schedules for at least eight weeks pending the conclusion of an "altitude research programme", following tests that were taken over the winter whilst Henao was training at altitude in Colombia. In June 2014, Henao returned to racing at the Tour de Suisse, after completing an independent research programme investigating the physiology of "altitude natives" in conjunction with the University of Sheffield.
- As of 1 January 2015.
- As of 14 April 2014.
|General manager||Dave Brailsford|
|Head of Performance Support||Tim Kerrison|
|Team psychiatrist||Steve Peters|
|Performance manager||Rod Ellingworth|
|Performance advisor||Shane Sutton|
|Operations manager||Carsten Jeppesen|
|Head of Business Operations||Fran Millar|
|Directeur sportif||Servais Knaven|
|Directeur sportif||Nicolas Portal|
|Directeur sportif||Dan Frost|
|Directeur sportif||Dario Cioni|
|Directeur sportif||Gabriel Rasch|
|Race coach||Kurt Asle Arvesen|
|Race coach||Shaun Stephens|
|Team Doctor||Alan Farrell|
|Team Doctor||Richard Freeman|
|Team Doctor||Phil Riley|
|Team Doctor||Richard Usher|
World & National Champions
- British Road Race — Geraint Thomas
- British Time Trial — Bradley Wiggins
- Norway Time Trial — Edvald Boasson Hagen
- British Road Race — Bradley Wiggins
- British Time Trial — Alex Dowsett
- Finland Road Race — Kjell Carlström
- Norway Time Trial — Edvald Boasson Hagen
- Norway Road Race — Edvald Boasson Hagen
- British Road Race — Ian Stannard
- British Time Trial — Alex Dowsett
- Norway Time Trial — Edvald Boasson Hagen
- Belarus Time Trial — Kanstantsin Sivtsov
- British Road Race — Peter Kennaugh
- British Time Trial — Bradley Wiggins
- Belarus Time Trial — Kanstantsin Sivtsov
- World Time Trial — Bradley Wiggins
- Australian Time Trial — Richie Porte
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it's the first racing frame to boast an asymmetric frame. Introducing the Dogma 60.1: designed and crafted by Pinarello.
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