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“Tobias has had a turbulent year, with some high highs and some lows. We are confident that we can work toward a stable level with him as a support rider in difficult races."

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20.10.2015 @ 14:43 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Team Giant-Alpecin is pleased to announce that Johannes Fröhlinger (GER), Chad Haga (USA), Tobias Ludvigsson (SWE) and Tom Stamsnijder (NED) have renewed their contracts with the team. Fröhlinger and Ludvigsson have been with Team Giant-Alpecin since 2011, with the latter coming on board as a stagiaire that year. Stamsnijder joined the team in 2012 and Haga in 2014. Fröhlinger and Haga have extended their commitment to the team for another two years, while Ludvigsson and Stamsnijder have added one more year.

“Johannes is a core member of the team,” said Team Giant-Alpecin coach Rudi Kemna. “His knowledge and experience are valuable to us, and we are confident in his further development as a road captain.

“Chad has shown progress during the two years he has been with the team, and we are happy to extend his contract. He will play an important support role while also having the chance to achieve some results of his own.

“Tobias has had a turbulent year, with some high highs and some lows. We are confident that we can work toward a stable level with him as a support rider in difficult races. With his strong time trialing skills we aim to develop his GC capacities as well.

“Tom belongs to the core of the team. We can always rely on him. He is a strong support rider, and we are pleased to have him on the team for another year.”

“I am looking forward to two more years with the team, and I am happy with my current position,” said Fröhlinger. “After five years together, the team knows me and I know the way we work, and my role will be to help guide the young guys.”

Haga said: “It has been a great two years with this team, and I’m happy to have another two in an environment that pushes me and provides many opportunities at the highest level. Team Giant-Alpecin has shown great success in the long-term development of riders, and I’m proud that the team sees so much potential in me. I look forward to seeing what the coming seasons will bring.”

Ludvigsson said: “It feels good to re-sign with the team, and I’m glad to add another year to my contract. I like the philosophy and the way we work. My aim is to contribute as much as I can to the performance of the team next season.”

“I am happy to extend my contract and continue with the team,” said Stamsnijder. “I enjoy my role and also the appreciation that I get for the work I do. My aim is to improve further with the team, and I’m looking forward to next season.”



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