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Israel Start-Up Nation

aunched in 2014 to foster Israeli cycling talent and bankrolled by Israeli-Canadian businessman Sylvan Adams, the team has progressed rapidly from tier-two status to the WorldTour. When the Russian outfit Katusha folded last year, Israel Start-Up

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