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DNA Pro Cycling discloses US women’s team will cease operations at end of 2024

DNA Pro Cycling discloses US women's team will cease operations at end of 2024

Operations will cease at the end of this season for US-based DNA Pro Cycling, which was the top-ranked UCI Continental women’s team in the Americas last year. The announcement to “retire the program” after 12 years was made earlier today by co-owners Catherine Fegan-Kim and Alex Kim, who are also team principals with Lee Whaley. 

In 2016, the domestic elite squad, Visit Dallas, merged with DNA Pro Cycling and moved to the Continental level. Across the years as a professional women’s squad, a team statement noted that more than 70 riders have come through the programme for domestic and international racing. Most recently, DNA produced Colombian national road and time trial champion Diana Peñuela (2022-2024), Mexican national time trial champion Anet Barrera (2022), and Canadian national road and criterium champion Maggie Coles-Lyster (2022).

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