Cannondale-Garmin have been very busy in the cycling transfer window, with numerous comings and goings as Jonathan Vaughters aims to rebuild a squad that has had a difficult season.
The team gained only one WorldTour win all season – Davide Formolo’s solo win at the Giro d’Italia – and three of their other ten wins came at the late-season Tour of Alberta.
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But the roster has been stripped bare and rebuilt, with the likes of Ryder Hesjedal (going to Trek) and Dan Martin (going to Etixx-Quick Step) being replaced by Rigoberto Uran (from EQS) and Pierre Rolland (from Europcar).
Also coming in are youngsters Ryan Mullen, Wouter Wippert and Lawson Craddock, but there’s still room for more signings, according to Vaughters.
The American put out a tweet on Thursday hinting at the identities of two new recruits, but we’re none the wiser as to who they are despite the ‘clues’.
As for the fishing reference, we’ve got no idea. Is there a cyclist called Jimmy Salmon? Connor Haddock? It’s probably not baseball phenom Mike Trout, as one excited fan suggested.
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