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Press Releases | 20.08.2018

Majka, Poljanski and McCarthy renew with BORA – hansgrohe.

Rafal Majka, who is still known as one of the best climbers in the peloton, is eager to end a series of bad luck and prove his talent together with the German squad the next two seasons. Also Pawel Poljanksi and Jay McCarthy renew their contracts until 2020. While Poljanksi is one of the key support riders of the team when it comes to climbing, McCarthy is a promising allrounder, who took already two WorldTour wins in 2018.

 

“I am very happy to stay with BORA – hansgrohe another two years. The last one and a half years have been far from perfect, but I am very well prepared for the Vuelta, and hope to back on the road to success in Spain. I cannot imagine a team which backs its riders more than Ralph Denk and his staff. As a rider it is very important to work in professional environment and good atmosphere, both is perfect at BORA – hansgrohe and the sprit in the team is great. I want to thank Ralph Denk and all the sponsors for their trust in me. We are truly a bunch of enthusiastic people here and I am happy to be part of them.” – Rafal Majka

“BORA – hansgrohe is one of the best cycling teams in the world, and I am proud to stay with them at least until 2020. Besides the hard work everybody is putting in in a very professional way, there is always room for jokes and we have a lot of fun together. I really enjoy my time here at BORA – hansgrohe and I am very happy to stay with them.” – Pawel Poljanski

“I am happy to be able to stay two more years with the BORA – hansgrohe family. I have close friends in this team and feel really comfortable riding here and get a lot of opportunities and chances. That last two years I have grown as a cyclist, while the team has established to become a great WorldTeam, therefore I am fortunate enough to stay with the team in the upcoming seasons – onwards and upwards!” – Jay McCarthy

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