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Lukasz Wisniowski draws to the new team of Greg Van Avermaet

e06ec6032af135ec2e8c5cdac40cae5b - Lukasz Wisniowski draws to the new team of Greg Van Avermaet

Continuum Sports, the organisation behind the current BMC team on Wednesday the arrival of Lukasz Wisniowski confirmed. The 26-year-old Pole, in 2019 about Team Sky and signed for one more season.

Wisniowski, a classic hardrijder, was four years ago prof at Etixx-Quick Step. He remained there two years, before 2017 Sky to join. There, he pulls the door behind him close. Wisniowski sparkled this spring, especially in Flanders, with close results in the Omloop het Nieuwsblad (second) and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne (eighth).

“Lukasz is one of the emerging Polish talents”, explained team manager Jim Ochowicz. “With Greg Van Avermaet as leader gets Lukasz the opportunity to learn, but also play a key role in the classics next season.”

The Pool itself was also delighted with the move. “I’m looking for a team drive away where the spring classics are the biggest focus enjoy,” says Wisniowski. “In addition, I will for a Polish sponsor, and in addition to several Polish riders can ride. Greg Van Avermaet is our leader and I will give him as much as possible to assist. In addition, I hope in a big round for a win to be able to compete.”

In the meantime, start the new team of Van Avermaet still more form to get. Compatriots Serge Pauwels, Guillaume Van Keirsbulck and Gijs Van Hoecke were the grades all strengthen, just as the German Simon Geschke, the Spaniard Victor De La Parte and the Italian Jakub Mareczko. Loyal soldiers of Van Avermaet as the Swiss rider Michael Schär, the Spaniard Francisco Ventoso and Italian Alessandro De Marchi also remain on board.

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