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Microsoft partners with Team MTN-Qhubeka to Ensure Seamless Operations

Africa's first Pro-Continental cycling team, Team MTN-Qhubeka, is partnering with Microsoft Office 365 E1 in their efforts to develop seamless operations. The team is made up of 25 riders and 35 ground staff, with offices across South Africa, Switzerland and Italy. Team members currently hail from Eritrea, Rwanda, Algeria, Ethiopia, South Africa, Lithuania, Spain, Germany and Italy. The deployment of Microsoft’s cloud-based Office 365 software will ensure that the team spends more time in…

Costa wins Tour de Suisse, MTN-Qhubeka Happy with Overall Performance

The final stage of the Tour de Suisse saw a shake up in the General Classification as Tony Martin (Omega Pharma Quickstep) finally lost his grip on the yellow leaders jersey. World Road Race Champion, Rui Costa (Lampre Merida), would walk away as overall victor of the Tour de Suisse for the 3rd year in succession. Mathias Frank (IAM Cycling) was 2nd overall in his home tour with Tour de France contender Bauke Mollema (Belkin) rounding out the podium.

Wesemann pipped at the line in Tour de Korea

The 6th stage of the Tour de Korea saw two riders, our Martin Wesemann and Kyung-Gu Jang (Korail Cycling Team), battle it out for the stage win after they dispatched the 12 other riders that formed part of the days early breakaway. On the line it was Jang that took the prized victory as Wesemann rolled across the line in 2nd, making that 3 stage podiums in 3 days for Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung after Kristian Sbaragli took 2nd on stage 4 and Johann van Zyl 3rd on yesterdays stage 5. Richard…

John-Lee Augustyn Retires

After making his come back to professional cycling this year with Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung, John-Lee Augustyn has announced his retirement with immediate effect.

An African Bicycle Dream – Episode 4

The 4th episode in AABD reflects back to key moments from our 2013 season as well as takes you behind the scenes to our first training camp and team presentation held at the MTN headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, ahead of our 2014 season.

Jacques Janse van Rensburg Wins The Mzansi Tour

Team MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung capped off a great week of racing at the Mzansi Tour today with Jacques Janse van Rensburg retaining the yellow jersey he earned after his stage 1 victory on Wednesday. The South African climber has been on form all season long and this victory is just reward after the hard work Janse van Rensburg has put in this year.