Ineos Grenadiers rejuvenation continues as Sosa, Henao, Basso move on

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Iván Sosa (Ineos Grenadiers) (Image credit: Bettini Photo)

The rejuvenation at Ineos Grenadiers for 2022 continues, with Iván Sosa leaving the team to join Movistar, while Leonardo Basso and Sebastián Henao head to Astana.

The average age of riders at the British WorldTour team was 27.5 in 2021 but this is expected to fall significantly for 2022. Ineos Grenadiers have signed 20-year-old Luke Plapp, and will also add 20-year-old multi-disciplinarian Ben Tulett from Alpecin-Fenix, and 19-year-old American Magnus Sheffield.  

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