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Grand Prix Féminin de Chambéry

ADQ

Sweden

PISSEI

Pissei was established in 1978 under the name of “Ellegi”. From the very beginning, the company specialized in the sports apparel sector and, in 2006, took on its current name. The production chain has always been 100% “Made in Italy”, in tune with our roots and keeping our traditions alive. We want to bring an eye-catching style on the road. This is why we carefully link the unique style of materials to functionality and technology. We offer refined and non-conventional clothing collections that allow those who ride a bike to feel at ease at any time. The combination of technically perfect materials with a unique and unmistakable design is a core value of Pissei. We constantly strive for the perfect fabric, suitable for achieving speed and high performance on the road. We make sure our cyclists are wearing clothing perfectly tailored to their body. Every detail is specifically designed to meet the needs of professional athletes and make them compete to their full potential in every situation. Our comeback to the world of competitions is a new stimulus to further improve our products.

 

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Panel Talk: Women Cycling Insights and Pathway for Emirati Champions

Introduction:

In 2023, the women's cycling industry faces challenges and opportunities. This case study delves into perspectives from key stakeholders, including UAE Team ADQ's Maria Camila Garcia, Head of Performance Alejandro Gonzales, RSC’Sport, World Tour Race Organizer Fabrizio d’Amico, and the UAE Federation President, H.E  Mansoor Juma Buosaiba, Their insights illuminate solutions driving progress in women's cycling both globally and in UAE.

Challenges:

  • Gender Disparity: Limited recognition and support hinder women's cycling growth.
  • Limited Race Opportunities: Scarce high-profile races hinder exposure and experience.
  • Societal and Cultural Barriers: Cultural norms restrict women's participation in sports.

Solutions:

Mari Camila Garcia, CEO of UAE Team ADQ:

  • People-Centric Approach: Fostering a supportive ecosystem with equal opportunities.
  • Nurturing Talent: UAE Team ADQ scouts diverse talent, nurturing skills for global stages.
  • Grassroots Initiatives: "Women Moving Forward" empowers aspiring cyclists and coaches.
  • Breaking Gender Barriers: Promoting inclusivity, inspiring positive change within the industry.

Alejandro Gonzales, Head of Performance:

  • Rigorous Training: Tailored training programs focusing on mental conditioning and sports science.
  • Personalized Approach: Individualized coaching enhances female athletes' skills and resilience.
  • Adapting to Advancements: Staying ahead in technology and race demands, critical for success.

Fabrizio d’Amico, RCS’ Sport UAE World Tour Race Organizer:

  • Inclusivity: Organizing demanding women's races, ensuring equality in prize money.
  • Promoting Visibility: Broadcasting live, attracting top athletes, and promoting equality (prize, broadcast, route difficulties).
  • Setting Benchmarks: UAE Tour 2023's success reflects inclusivity efforts in global cycling events.

 H.E  Mansoor Juma Buosaiba , UAE Federation President:

  • Visionary Leadership: Acknowledges the unwavering support from UAE leaders.
  • Collaborative Efforts: Working closely with stakeholders to develop an inclusive race calendar.
  • Rapid Growth: Passionate commitment leads to exponential growth in cycling enthusiasm.

Conclusion:

The challenges faced by women in cycling will be met with proactive efforts from teams like UAE Team ADQ, race organizers, and sponsors. By addressing gender disparities, increasing visibility, and nurturing talent, the women's cycling industry in 2023 is reaching a transformative era. Through collaborative endeavors and continued support, women cyclists are poised to conquer new horizons, inspiring generations to come.

 

 

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SAFIYA ALSAYEGH

SAFIYA

ALSAYEGH

General

Erica Magnaldi third at GP Cambery

The 31-year-old Italian climber Erica Magnaldi took an excellent third place at the GP Féminin de Chambéry today. This third place is the best result of the season for the Italian rider, an athlete of the UAE Team ADQ who today competed in France with the young girls of the UAE Development Team (ph. Arianna Bonaita).

In fact, at the start of the GP Féminin de Chambéry in addition to Erica were New Zealand's Lola Bryson-Boe, Germany's Hannah Kuntz and Italians Emma Redaelli, Francesca Pellegrini, Federica Piergiovanni and Federica Venturelli.

Solo victory for Belgium's Lore de Schepper. On the last lap, Erica Magnaldi took an advantage on the climb together with Cédrine Kerbaol, Giada Borghesi and Ana Santesteban, but the four riders were caught up by the peloton. In the finale, Erica did very well to take third place behind Evita Muzic.

After the race, Erica Magnaldi said: “It was a very difficult race from the start. It was very hot today. I think it was the first really hot race day. The competition was nervous, we were a bit unlucky because we had some mechanical problems. So we spent a bit of energy at the beginning, but my teammates were amazing and helped me a lot. In the finale there were a lot of climbs and a lot of attacks. The rider in the breakaway went very strong, we were only a few seconds behind her, I have to say 'Chapeau' to her. I am quite satisfied with my performance because I managed to get on the podium. Of course, it would have been better to win, but to be on the podium is still nice”.

 

(ph. Arianna Bonaita)

14/04/2024 - Grand Prix Féminin de Chambéry | Chambéry - Chambéry (112.1km)

Grand Prix Féminin de Chambéry 2024

GP Féminin de Chambéry: Erica Magnaldi conquers the third position

She was one of the most eagerly awaited athletes on the eve of this race and this time as well and Erica Magnaldi confirmed expectations. In fact, the 31-year-old Italian took an important third place at the GP Féminin de Chambéry. This third place is the best season result for Erica Magnaldi, a UAE Team ADQ athlete who today competed with the UAE Development Team girls.

In fact, at the start of the GP Féminin de Chambéry in addition to Erica were New Zealand's Lola Bryson-Boe, Germany's Hannah Kunz, and Italians Emma Redaelli, Francesca Pellegrini, Federica Piergiovanni, and Federica Venturelli.

The important moments of the race were mainly two. The first moment was the breakaway of Anabel Yapura Plaza. The Argentine athlete was in the lead alone for many kilometers (maximum lead of 48 seconds over the immediate pursuers) until she was caught and pulled away by Belgian Lore de Schepper. This was the second important moment: Lore de Schepper remained in the lead and defended the advantage of about half a minute until the finish line.

Behind her, the UAE Development Team athletes competed to the best of their ability: Federica Venturelli attempted an attack, but the group caught her up, while Erica Magnaldi was always one of the best when the road began to climb.

On the last lap Erica Magnaldi took advantage on the climb together with other athletes and in the final, Erica did very well to take third place behind Evita Muzic. Here are her words:

"It was a really difficult race from the beginning," Erica said, "It was really hot today. I think it was the first really hot race day. The race was nervous, we were a bit unlucky because we had some mechanical problems. That's why we spent some energy at the beginning, but my teammates were great and helped me a lot. In the final there were a lot of climbs and a lot of attacks. The girl in the breakaway went very strong, we were only a few seconds behind her, I have to say 'Chapeau' to her. I am quite satisfied with my performance because I was able to get on the podium. Of course, it would have been better to win, but to be on the podium is still nice."

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Codatronca

While some brands diversify, we specialise in helmets to ensure we offer the very best products every time. We never stop ceasing to know, refine and develop bicycle helmets so that they are ever safer and more innovative.

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LOLA BRYSON-BOE

LOLA

BRYSON-BOE

ADQ

ADQ is an investment company and strategic partner of Abu Dhabi’s government committed to accelerating the transformation and growth of the Emirate into a globally competitive and knowledge-based economy.

ADQ’s commitment to embedding a performance-driven culture and supporting the community is underpinned by its ‘Performance Driving Us Forward’sponsorship platform. The platform prioritizes partnerships that positively impact the communities and create opportunities by building sustainable programs to enhance the lives of the next generation of athletes representing the UAE on the global stage.

ADQ’s title partnership of UAE Team ADQ is aimed to help promote women in sports and cycling to encourage fitness, competition, and physical and mental wellbeing. The team aims to frontier the women’s cycling movement in the UAE by influencing and encouraging the emergence of more women in this exhilarating sport and by creating a source of support and inspiration, particularly for the Middle East female community.

DOMENICO PEDRETTI

DOMENICO

PEDRETTI

DAVIDE GANI

DAVIDE

GANI

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V4Rs

The contribution given by the professional riders was fundamental in the long prototyping phase and subsequent road tests and then directly in the races; the input received from the team made it possible to work on clear and defined areas, such as: aerodynamics, weight, real dynamic stiffness, geometry, robustness and reliability.

 

 

WOMEN'S BIB SHORTS

As an improvement of our Magistrale Women Bib Shorts, top of the range of our custom range, the new Magistrale Bib Shorts developed for the Pro Teams features raw cut legs with no elastic band, improving aerodynamics and comfort even on the longer training rides and race days.
The Explosive One fabric construction gives an uniform pressure throughout the leg thanks to its technology developed to give the fabric the level of comfort and freedom of movement, supporting the
muscle building and minimizing energy expenditure.


The pad is an evolution of our TruFlo AirLight, featuring our iconical floating technology with a special 80kg/m3 monodensity foam capable of granting same level of comfort up to 8h.
Bibs are made with Y shape and with high breathable fabric and radio pocket.

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