Pogačar Signs New Deal with UAE Team Emirates

Pogačar Signs New Deal with UAE Team Emirates

UAE Team Emirates (United Arab Emirates) - Press Release: Tour de France Champion renews through to 2027.

UAE Team Emirates and Tadej Pogačar have put pen to paper on one of the longest contracts in the history of professional cycling, with the 22-year old set to stay with the Emirati outfit through to 2027.

Pogačar first joined the squad in 2019 and since then has gone on to win 29 professional races including two Tour de France titles, a monument victory at Liege-Bastogne-Liege and most recently an Olympic Bronze medal.

On the return journey from his Olympic success in Tokyo, Pogačar paid a visit to the UAE where he met with Team President HE Matar Suhail Al Yabhouni Al Dhaheri who congratulated him on his successes and cemented the exciting new deal.

His success has not only inspired those around him but has sparked a new interest in cycling throughout the UAE.

 

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Mauro Gianetti (CEO & Team Principal), Tadej Pogačar and HE Matar Suhail Al Yabhouni Al Dhaheri (Team President).

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