Gabriel Cullaigh still without a team for 2022 as he continues fight for career

The Brit will at the very least be offered a spot on a British domestic team next year

Gabriel Cullaigh
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Gabriel Cullaigh remains determined to continue his career as a professional cyclist despite all but losing hope that he'll end up with a WorldTour or ProTeam squad for 2022.

The Brit's time with Movistar will come to an end on December 31, and although the 25-year-old has a spot with a British Continental team as a backup he's not ready just yet to give up hope on an eventual return to the pro ranks.

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