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Addy Engels has extended his contract with Quick Step through the 2010 season.
The 32-year-old Dutchman has been with the Belgian team since 2005. While Engels has not recorded any professional victories during his nine-year career, he is a strong climber and one of the team's key domestiques.
Engels won the Dutch under-23 road title in 1998 and began his professional career with with Rabobank in 2000. He then rode for Bankgiroloterij for a year before joining Quick Step in 2005.
He is currently racing at the Eneco Tour, where he is 110th, 28:43 behind race leader Tyler Farrar.
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