Founded by WNT in the UK in 2014, the team is led by Dirk Baldinger, a former Polti and Telekom rider with two Tour de France appearances (1995-96). It gained pro team status in 2017 and was strengthened three years later by the arrival of a co-sponsor, Ceratizit, an industrial group specialising in cutting tools and hard material solutions.
From humble beginnings, the team scored its first World Tour victories with Kirsten Wild (Gent-Wevelgem and De Panne) and Lisa Brennauer, who won back-to-back races sponsored by her two employers, the 2019 WNT Challenge by la Vuelta, renamed Ceratizit Challenge by la Vuelta in 2020. The squad focuses on classics and sprints. It also has track racer Katie Archibald, the Olympic champion in the American race in Tokyo, and the 2020 French U23 champion Laura Asencio.
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2. Its number of victories this year. Apart from the national time trial title of the German Lisa Brennauer, only Poland's Marta Lach has raised her arms this season on stage five of the Bretagne Ladies Tour, a race also sponsored by Ceratizit.
3. It's best result in a World Tour race this season. It was achieved twice by Italians, Maria Giulia Confalonieri (Gent-Wevelgem) and Lara Vieceli (stage two of the Vuelta a Burgos).
10. The place of Spain's Sandra Alonso (23) during the 2nd edition of the Paris-Roubaix Femmes on 16 April.