Team Ineos and the Giro d'Italia: The highs and lows since 2010

Team Ineos youngster Pavel Sivakov’s performances at the 2019 Giro d’Italia marked him out as a potential future Grand Tour winner
Team Ineos youngster Pavel Sivakov’s performances at the 2019 Giro d’Italia marked him out as a potential future Grand Tour winner (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

Cyclingnews takes a look back at what was for Team Sky a troubled relationship with the Giro d'Italia – until Chris Froome's overall victory there in 2018. As Team Ineos in 2019, it was once again back to the drawing board after Egan Bernal crashed in training ahead of the race, but the British team's other young guns nevertheless got their opportunity to shine, and the future looks bright.

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Patrick Fletcher

Patrick is an NCTJ-trained journalist, and former deputy editor of Cyclingnews, who has seven years’ experience covering professional cycling. He has a modern languages degree from Durham University and has been able to put it to some use in what is a multi-lingual sport, with a particular focus on French and Spanish-speaking riders. Away from cycling, Patrick spends most of his time playing or watching other forms of sport - football, tennis, trail running, darts, to name a few, but he draws the line at rugby.