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UAE Team Emirates makes a visit to Emirates Group Headquarters

Posted 8 January 2021 · Add Comment

UAE Team Emirates have arrived in Dubai, making their first stop at Emirates Group Headquarters.



UAE Team Emirates made a visit to Emirates Group Headquarters this week.  Image: Emirates Airlines

The team will be in the UAE to complete their annual training camp ahead of the 2021 cycling season, starting with the UAE Tour on 21 February.


This is UAE Team Emirates’ first public appearance in the emirates after they clinched the historic win at the Tour de France, the world’s most prestigious cycling tournament, with Tadej Pogacar donning the iconic yellow winner’s jersey. In addition to the yellow jersey, the young Slovenian rider conquered another two jerseys on offer at the Tour de France, including the White Jersey as for the “Best Young Rider” and the Polka Dot Jersey as “King of the Mountains.”

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