Schlagwort-Archiv: CEO Jonathan Vaughters

Logan geht zur World Tour mit Slipstream Sports


Slipstream Sports kündigte die Unterzeichnung des Amerikaners Logan Owen am Mittwoch an. Der 22-Jährige verbrachte die letzten vier Saisonen für das U23-Programm von Axel Merckx, Axeon-Hagens Berman, wo er als erster Amerikaner Lüttich-Bastogne-Liége gewann und den ersten Sieg der Utah-Bühne gewann. Als zehnmaliger Cyclocross-Nationalspieler gab Owen im Jahr 2016 das Streben nach einem WorldTour-Vertrag auf.

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Slipstream Sports announces EF Education First as new naming partner

Cannondale-Drapac announces EF Education First as new naming partner

EF Education First and #GreenArgyle fans have teamed up to #SaveArgyle. Slipstream Sports rides on in 2018 thanks to a newly inked deal with EF Education First. The family-owned global education company will become the first naming partner of the American-registered squad in 2018 and will eventually become majority owner of Slipstream Sports.

Team EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale will remain wholeheartedly committed to the gutsy, open and engaging approach for which it has become known.

“We are honored to begin working alongside Slipstream Sports, Cannondale, Drapac, and all of the wonderful partners at Slipstream Sports to keep our cyclists riding into 2018 and for years to come,” said Edward Hult, CEO North America, EF Education First. “We were inspired to step in and become the team’s title partner, and will become majority partner, after learning about the #SaveArgyle campaign and witnessing the incredible outpouring of support from fans around the world.

“We have been moved by the powerful way that cycling unites people of diverse backgrounds in a peaceful, fun, and friendly way to achieve extraordinary athletic feats,” Hult added. “It aligns perfectly with EF’s mission of opening the world through education and our commitment to bringing different cultures together.”

Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters describes EF Education First as “the perfect partner” alongside the “whole athlete” focus embraced by Drapac Group owner and chairman Michael Drapac,

“Drapac’s focus is athlete education, athletes being healthy and whole, having options in life,” said Vaughters. “That’s what these guys at EF are all about. Education is what they do. They’re about breaking down cultural barriers and teaching people how to communicate. It’s a sponsor that feels socially relevant in this day as the world becomes increasingly global and communication among cultures becomes more critical. I think it also matches the ethos of Slipstream Sports. I couldn’t ask for a better fit.

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