The oldest team in North America was founded in 2005 by Canadian Linda Jackson, a banker turned successful cyclist who finished third at the 1996 Worlds. Since this year, the American team has been associated with the EF Education-Easy Post men's team and is competing in its first season at the World Tour level, with a half-new squad still managed by Jackson.
It is composed of former US champion Lauren Stephens (9th of the Tour of Flanders 2020), her compatriots Veronica Ewers (10th in the Itzulia Women) and Krista Doebel-Hickok (4th in the Vuelta a Burgos and 8th in the Flèche Wallonne) as well as two former stage winners of the Giro, the Italian Letizia Borghesi (23 years-old) and the Briton Lizzie Banks (31).
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9. The number of victories this season, won in North America, except for the two victories of Veronica Ewers in the Navarra Classics (Spain) and stage two of the Ceratizit Festival Elsy Jacobs (Luxembourg).
17. The age of Zoe Backstedt. Magnus' daughter, born five months after her father's victory in Paris-Roubaix in 2004, has just joined the team as a trainee. She is still a junior and will defend her world champion title in September.