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Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 4 Ignites General Classification Battle

Jan 19, 2018 – Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under reshuffled the General Classification standings with the Norton Summit climb and sweltering heat enough to shake things up ahead of the Willunga Hill queen stage on Saturday.

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Santos Tour Down Under Stage 3: Porte Looking Forward to Climbing

Jan 18, 2018 – Stage 3 of the Santos Tour Down Under delivered scorching hot temperatures above 40 degrees which made for a tough day of racing and a fast sprint finish in Victor Harbor.

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Santos Tour Down Under Stage 2: Fast Finish in Stirling

Jan 17, 2018 – Stage 2 of the Santos Tour Down Under produced a thrilling finale in Stirling which saw strong teamwork deliver Richie Porte across the line safely in the front group.

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Richie Porte crosses the line with the reduced bunch.
Jan 19, 2018
Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 4 Ignites General Classification Battle
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Richie Porte crosses the line on stage 3.
Jan 18, 2018
Santos Tour Down Under Stage 3: Porte Looking Forward to Climbing
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Richie Porte finished in the first group on stage 2 to avoid any time loss.
Jan 17, 2018
Santos Tour Down Under Stage 2: Fast Finish in Stirling
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BMC Racing Team is a United States-registered UCI WorldTour team sponsored by BMC Switzerland. Driven by a passion for cycling and desire to be the best
cycling team in the world, BMC Racing Team recorded 48 wins during the 2017 season and is home to some of the greatest cyclists in the world, from one-day classic specialists to grand tour contenders. As consecutive team time trial world champions in 2014 and 2015, winners of the 2015 Tour de France and 2017 Vuelta a España team time trials, winner of the 2011 Tour de France with Cadel Evans, winner of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games road race, and most recently Paris-Roubaix, with Greg Van Avermaet, BMC Racing Team has stamped its authority in cycling. Riders, staff, and sponsors work together as a team to achieve success. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Santa Rosa, California, BMC Racing Team is a founding member of Velon and works passionately to advance the sport of cycling.

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Team 2018

Stefan Küng
Switzerland
Richie Porte
Australia
Nicolas Roche
Ireland
Jurgen Roelandts
Belgium
Joey Rosskopf
United States
Michael Schär
Switzerland
Miles Scotson
Australia
Dylan Teuns
Belgium
Greg Van Avermaet
Belgium
Tejay van Garderen
United States
Nathan Van Hooydonck
Belgium
Francisco Ventoso
Spain
Loïc Vliegen
Belgium
Danilo Wyss
Switzerland
Alberto Bettiol
Italy
Patrick Bevin
New Zealand
Tom Bohli
Switzerland
Brent Bookwalter
United States
Damiano Caruso
Italy
Alessandro De Marchi
Italy
Rohan Dennis
Australia
Jempy Drucker
Luxembourg
Kilian Frankiny
Switzerland
Simon Gerrans
Australia
Stefan Küng
Switzerland
Richie Porte
Australia
Nicolas Roche
Ireland
Jurgen Roelandts
Belgium
Joey Rosskopf
United States
Michael Schär
Switzerland
Miles Scotson
Australia
Dylan Teuns
Belgium
Greg Van Avermaet
Belgium
Tejay van Garderen
United States
Nathan Van Hooydonck
Belgium
Francisco Ventoso
Spain
Loïc Vliegen
Belgium
Danilo Wyss
Switzerland
Andy Rihs
Team Owner
Jim Ochowicz
President/General Manager
Gavin Chilcott
Chief Operating Officer
Noël Dejonckheere
European Operations Manager
Georges Lüchinger
Director of Business Solutions
Allan Peiper
Sporting Manager
Andy Rihs
Team Owner
Jim Ochowicz
President/General Manager
Gavin Chilcott
Chief Operating Officer
Noël Dejonckheere
European Operations Manager
Georges Lüchinger
Director of Business Solutions
Allan Peiper
Sporting Manager
Fabio Baldato
Italy
Klaas Lodewyck
Belgium
Valerio Piva
Italy
Max Sciandri
Italy
Jackson Stewart
United States
Fabio Baldato
Italy
Klaas Lodewyck
Belgium
Valerio Piva
Italy
Max Sciandri
Italy
Jackson Stewart
United States

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Team history

2017
Record-Breaking Season

BMC Racing Team finished the 2017 season with a total of 48 wins, the highest number ever recorded. Of the 48 wins, 22 were at UCI WorldTour races, and six were national titles. BMC Racing Team riders won three Grand
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Tour stages and stepped onto the top of the podium as overall winners of an impressive 10 stage races. Greg Van Avermaet secured BMC Racing Team’s first Monument title at Paris - Roubaix, and after another incredible year, he was named the winner of the UCI WorldTour Men’s Individual Ranking. Less

2016
Van Avermaet Claims Olympic Gold

Greg Van Avermaet sprinted to the Olympic road race gold medal in Rio de Janeiro when he broke clear with two others riders in the final stages of the race and proved the strongest in the final kilometer of racing. Van
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Avermaet’s gold medal came in a breakthrough year for the Belgian, who won a stage at the Tour de France and wore the maillot jaune for three days, and brought BMC Racing Team its first Olympic gold medal. Less

2015
Another team time trial title

Riding in its home country, the BMC Racing Team earned a repeat victory in the team time trial by averaging 54.969 kilometers an hour to win by 11.35 seconds. Members of the winning team were Rohan Dennis, Silvan
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Dillier, Stefan Küng, Daniel Oss, Taylor Phinney and Manuel Quinziato. Less

2015
World hour record

Rohan Dennis smashed the world hour record, riding 52.491 kilometers on his BMC Trackmachine TR01 at the Velodrome Suisse on Feb. 8. It was the first time the 52 km barrier had been exceeded and bettered the record by 639 meters.

2014
Team time trial victory

The BMC Racing Team defeated two-time champion Omega Pharma-Quick Step to win the world team time trial title. Averaging 57 kilometers per hour on their BMC Timemachine TM01s, Rohan Dennis, Silvan Dillier, Daniel Oss,
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Manuel Quinziato, Tejay van Garderen and Peter Velits cruised to a 31-second margin of victory and the gold medal. Less

2014
First classic win

Philippe Gilbert continued to write his name in the BMC Racing Team history books when he put in a vicious attack - again on the climb of the Cauberg - on the way to a solo victory at the Amstel Gold Race. The win was
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the team's first in a spring classic and Gilbert's third in five years at the race. Less

2012
Gilbert's world road title

After winning two stages of the Vuelta a España, Philippe Gilbert capped off his first season with the BMC Racing Team by soloing to win the world road title in Valkenburg, The Netherlands. An attack on the final trip up
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the Cauberg climb distanced him from a select group and allowed him to freewheel his BMC Teammachine SLR01 across the finish line four seconds ahead of the chase. Less

2011
Tour de France victory

In its first season as a WorldTour team, the BMC Racing Team and Cadel Evans made history when he became the first Australian to win the Tour de France. Heading into the penultimate stage, Evans was third overall, 57
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seconds off the lead. But by powering his BMC Timemachine TM01 to a runner-up finish on the 42.5-kilometer stage, Evans made up more than enough time to take the lead on the eve of the ride into Paris. Less

2010
Grand Tour Leadership

The BMC Racing Team made a splash on the cycling scene during its first participation in two of cycling's three grand tours when Cadel Evans gained the overall lead in both of them during the 2010 season. Evans wore the
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maglia rosa for a day at the Giro d'Italia and also spent one day in the maillot jaune at the Tour de France on the stage after he fractured his elbow. Less

2006
The Beginning

The BMC Racing Team got its start in 2005 when former professional road and mountain biker Gavin Chilcott began organizing an Under 23 team. Through a series of fortuitous connections involving Charlie Livermore, Jim
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Ochowicz and Andy Rihs, BMC agreed to join the project as its title sponsor. In 2006 the operating arm of the team was founded - Continuum Sports LLC - and the BMC Racing Team was headquartered out of Santa Rosa, California. Less

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