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Cannondale has announced its 2014 roster. The team captains will be Peter Sagan, Marco Marcato and Oscar Gatto. The latter has 9 wins in his carrier.

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21.11.2013 @ 18:28 Posted by Andy Pedersen

Today, Cannondale Pro Cycling has announced its team for 2014 and Cannondale hopes to continue the great season they have had so far. The official roster will continue to develop a stable of young, talented international riders with a flair for winning.

 

The roster contains 27 riders including three recent signings, four neo-professional riders, and twenty returning riders from the 2013 squad. Though it'll be difficult to top the 2013 season with 35 stage victories and a Green Jersey win at the Tour de France, Cannondale Pro Cycling is looking forward to a successful second year.

 

The experienced Italian riders Marco Marcato and Oscar Gatto will help lead the team throughout the Classics season and in the Grand Tours. A skilled, all-round rider, 29-year-old Marcato drove for the World Tour team Vacansoleil-DCM in 2012. His strong character will add depth to the team during the Classics and his experience as a domestique will allow him to work with and support team star Peter Sagan.

 

28-year-old-Gatto was captain at his previous team, Fantini Vini, and has nine professional wins including a stage of the Giro d'Italia in 2011. The skilled rider will support both Sagan during the Classics and take the lead in additional races. Another promising new addition to the talented group is New Zealander George Bennett. The 23-year-old climber took the silver medal in the New Zealand road championship in 2013 and joins Cannondale Pro Cycling from World Tour team RadioShack Leopard Trek.

 

Cannondale Pro Cycling has also signed four promising young guns: former junior World champion and current U23 World Champion Matej Mohoric (Slovenia), and three very talented Italians - Davide Villella, Alberto Bettiol and Davide Formolo.

 

The 20 riders continuing with the team who led Cannondale Pro Cycling to a successful start during the 2013 season are: Peter Sagan (Slovakia), Ivan Basso (Italy), Moreno Moser (Italy), Elia Viviani (Italy), Damiano Caruso (Italy), Ted King (USA), Maciej Bodnar (Poland), Guillaume Boivin (Canada), Alessandro De Marchi (Italy), Michel Koch (Germany), Kristijan Koren (Slovenia), Matthias Krizek (Austria), Paolo Longo Borghini (Italy), Alan Marangoni (Italy), Daniele Ratto (Italy), Fabio Sabatini (Italy), Juraj Sagan (Slovakia), Cristiano Salerno (Italy), Josè Cayetano Sarmiento (Colombia) and Cameron Wurf (Australia).

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