TeamHTC-Highroad. The most winning team in pro Cycling, and ranked the number one team in the world by Eurosport. It was founded in 1991 as Team Telekom, sponsored by Deutsche Telekom. In 2004 their name changed to the T-Mobile-Team. It contains a total of 29 riders, 9 physiotherapists or nurses, 9 mechanics and service persons, and has 22 partners. The team is under the management of Bob Stapleton and Rolf Aldag. Former leaders include Olaf Ludwig, Walter Godefroot and Eddy Vandenhecke (managers), Luuc Eisenga (spokesperson) and Brian Holm, Valerio Piva (sports directors).An international team of 36 men and women from 18 nations, they have won more races in 2008, 2009 and 2010 than any other team. Talented young stars and experienced leaders, working together to achieve success on the world stage. Their commitment to teamwork and to the best tools and technology has made us the world leader in victories.
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HTC-Highroad Starts season with a double victory in adelaide
Sprinters Matt Goss and Mark Renshaw got HTC-Highroad‘s 2011 season off to a brilliant start when they scooped the top two places in the Cancer Council Classic on Sunday.
After winning two stages and the overall of the Jayco Bay Classic series earlier this year, Goss started the 51 kilometre city centre event in Adelaide, Australia as top favourite, and he duly blasted to a convincing sprint victory with team-mate and lead-out man Mark Renshaw in second place.
“It’s a great way to start the season with a win for the team,” Goss said afterwards, “January has been really good to me. With the guys that we have here, we have so much strength, all I really had to do was sprint.
HTC-Highroad had co-led the chase of four breakaways during the entire race, with Renshaw and Goss avoiding a big crash close to the finish.
On a great day’s racing in Australia for HTC-Highroad , Goss’s team-mate Chloe Hosking also clinched a victory, winning the Rendition Homes Santos Cup in a bunch sprint.