Lotto Soudal announces line-ups for opening races of 2019
Dec 29 2018 04:39 am CET

Lotto Soudal announces line-ups for opening races of 2019
Lotto Soudal announces line-ups for opening races of 2019
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Lotto Soudal has announced the rosters for the first races of the 2019 season. Caleb Ewan will make his debut with the Belgian team at the Australian races that open the calendar.

The start of the 2019 calendar is approaching and Lotto Soudal has become one of the first teams to announce the line-ups for the first races of the year. The Belgian team will open its season with the Tour Down Under, the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, the Vuelta a San Juan, the Challenge Mallorca and the Etoile de Besseges.

Ewan will make his debut with the team at the two Australian races while riders like Sander Armee, Tiesj Benoot and Tim Wellens will start their seasons in Spain, Argentina and France.

Lotto Soudal's complete roster for the Tour Down Under (15th-20th of January):

Adam Blythe
Thomas De Gendt
Caleb Ewan
Carl Fredrik Hagen
Adam Hansen
Roger Kluge
Tomasz Marczynski

Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race (27th of January):

Adam Blythe
Thomas De Gendt
Caleb Ewan
Carl Fredrik Hagen
Adam Hansen
Rémy Mertz
Tomasz Marczynski

Vuelta a San Juan (27th of January-3rd of February):

Tiesj Benoot
Stan Dewulf
Jens Keukeleire
Nikolas Maes
Jelle Vanendert
Jelle Wallays

Challenge Mallorca (31st of January-3rd of February):

Sander Armée
Frederik Frison
Rasmus Iversen
Bjorg Lambrecht
Maxime Monfort
Lawrence Naesen
Brian van Goethem
Harm Vanhoucke
Tim Wellens
Enzo Wouters

Etoile de Besseges (6th to 10th of February):

Sander Armée
Rémy Mertz
Maxime Monfort
Lawrence Naesen
Brian van Goethem
Tim Wellens
Enzo Wouters




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