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Sporting manager : Danny Stam / Anna van der Breggen

The history

Founded in 2011 as Dolmans Landscaping, the team quickly established itself as the most powerful in the world. With the arrival of Boels, a tool and machinery rental group with operations in the Benelux, it became Dolmans–Boels (2012), Boels–Dolmans (2013 to 2020), and SD Worx, named after a human resources service provider. Protime, a subsidiary of SD Worx, became its second title sponsor this season. The team remains Dutch, although SD Worx has its headquarters in Belgium.

The team has finished seven of the last eight seasons in first place in the UCI rankings (this total domination was only challenged by Trek–Segafredo in 2020) and won six of the past nine road race world championships: Elizabeth Armitstead (2015), Amalie Dideriksen (2016), Chantal Blaak (2018), Anna van der Breggen (2017 and 2020), and Lotte Kopecky (2023). It was with this team that Van der Breggen forged most of her successes, with wins in the Amstel Gold Race, the Tour of Flanders, Strade Bianche, two Liège–Bastogne–Liège Femmes, three of her four Giro titles, and five of her seven Flèche Wallonne Femmes victories.

The Dutch star retired in 2021 but stayed with the squad as a team manager. Van der Breggen would have been a strong contender to win the 2022 Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift if she had continued racing for another year. Demi Vollering, whom she coaches, emerged as the best climber in the world last year, achieving a remarkable triple in the Ardennes classics before securing the Tour title on the foggy Tourmalet.

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3. As of 11 June, SD Worx held the top 3 spots in the UCI ranking with Lotte Kopecky, Demi Vollering, and Lorena Wiebes.

4. The Dutch squad claimed half of the stages that made up the 2023 Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift — four out of eight — each time with a different rider: Lotte Kopecky took stage 1, Lorena Wiebes bagged stage 3, Demi Vollering clinched stage 7, and Marlen Reusser nabbed stage 8.

62. Its number of victories last season, more than three times as many as its closest pursuer (Movistar, with 20).