Sponsored by a German bicycle brand and an American bicycle component manufacturer, the team is one of the oldest in the peloton. In its 20 years of existence, an anniversary celebrated this year. It has twice finished first in the UCI rankings (2007 and 2008) and eight times (consecutively) in the top 3 (2007 to 2014).
Created in 2002 from the T-Mobile men's team, initially, it was managed by the American Olympic committee, which found in this structure the means to prepare its riders for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, with a silver medal in the time trial for Deirdre Barry. The structure has since moved away from the US committee and has alternated between an American (2011, 2013-2014) and German (2005-2010, 2012, and since 2015) licence.
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10. Since its last win on 13 June 2019, on stage four of the Women's Tour, Katarzyna Niewiadoma has finished second ten times and accumulated 17 podiums and 30 top-five finishes.
7. Seven riders in the world top 60 as of 5 July: Niewiadoma (8th), Chabbey (13th), Rooijakkers (25th), Paladin (46th), Klein (50th), Barnes (53rd) and Bossuyt (57th).
11. The nationalities represented out of a total of 15 riders. This is the most cosmopolitan field in the women's peloton.