Trek-Segafredo Announce Official 2019 Rosters With Richie Porte & Lizzie Deignan Headlining

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Trek-Segafredo have officially announced their 2019 men’s and women’s teams with the standout news being Richie Porte & Lizzie Deignan in the line ups.

Lizzie Deignan gave birth to her daughter in late Septemeber and will be riding the Tour Down Under in January - impressive!

The first year for the Trek-Segafredo women's team, 13 riders from 10 countries have made the team. The team will be highlighted by the return of the 2015 World Champion Lizzie Deignan, back after giving birth to her baby daughter in late September. 

The men’s roster is made up of 25 riders, a mix of experience and youth, with new signing Richie Porte headlining the team. There will be 19 returning riders from 2018 and five new faces, plus the reappearance of Edward Theuns after a year with Team Sunweb.

Both the men’s and women’s teams will begin the 2019 season at the Tour Down Under in January.

 

Trek-Segafredo men:

Fumiyuki Beppu (JPN), Julien Bernard (FRA), Gianluca Brambilla (ITA), Giulio Ciccone (ITA), Will Clarke (AUS), Nicola Conci (ITA), Koen de Kort (NED), John Degenkolb (GER), Niklas Eg (DEN), Fabio Felline (ITA), Alex Frame (NZL), Michael Gogl (AUT), Markel Irizar (SPA), Alex Kirsch (LUX), Bauke Mollema (NED), Matteo Moschetti (ITA), Ryan Mullen (IRL), Jarlinson Pantano (COL), Mads Pedersen (DEN), Richie Porte (AUS), Kiel Reijnen (USA), Toms Skujins (LAT), Peter Stetina (USA), Jasper Stuyven (BEL), Edward Theuns (BEL)

Trek-Segafredo women:

Audrey Cordon-Ragot (FRA), Lizzie Deignan (UK), Lauretta Hanson (AUS), Lotta Lepistö (FIN), Elisa Longo Borghini (ITA), Jolanda Neff (SWI), Letizia Paternoster (ITA), Anna Plichta (POL), Ellen van Dijk (NED), Abi Van Twisk (UK), Tayler Wiles (USA), Ruth Winder (USA), Trixi Worrack (GER)

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