In 2022, for its fourth year in the elite world, the Dutch team acquired a new main sponsor, AG Insurance, a Belgian insurance company, and signed a partnership with Patrick Lefevere's Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl men's team. Its objective is to join the World Tour next year.
The DNA of this structure founded and managed by Natascha den Ouden is to develop young riders. It started as a structure dedicated to juniors, a team that still exists, and today a large majority of its riders compete in the U23 category. Charlotte Kool (DSM, three stage podiums in the Giro) and Shari Bossuyt (Canyon//Sram Racing, 2nd in the Tour of Belgium) did their training there before joining a World Tour team.
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19,9 is the average age of the 17 female riders in the AG Insurance-NXTG Team. It is the youngest team in the professional ranks, including both the male and female structures.
2. It's number of wins this season. Both were won by New Zealand vice-champion Ally Wollaston (21), winner of the Grand Prix du Morbihan and a stage in the Tour of Belgium, where she finished third overall.
8. The place of Sweden's Julia Borgstrom in the RideLondon Classic. It is her team's best result in a World Tour race this year.