Opinion: Ineos Grenadiers are losing the cycling off-season

Missing out on Primož Roglič and Remco Evenepoel has left the squad looking a bit light for 2024

Ineos Grenadiers
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Adam Becket
Adam Becket

Senior news and feature writer at Cycling Weekly, Adam brings his weekly opinion on the goings on at the upper echelons of our sport. 

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Ineos Grenadiers have a general classification problem. The once dominant team are still one of the best in the world, fourth in the world according to the UCI, cycling’s governing body's rankings, but they have failed to win a WorldTour stage race overall for the first time since its first year of existence, 2010.

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