Team Novo Nordisk had an amazing year of inspiring, educating and empowering people affected by diabetes! Check out some of our highlights from 2014!
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team kicks off its second season at Argentina’s Tour de San Luis.
The Team Novo Nordisk Type 2 teams rides 24 hours to raise diabetes awareness at Bike Sebring in Florida.
David Lozano (SPA) wins King of the Mountain at Cholet – Pays De Loire.
Team Novo Nordisk Women’s rider Steph McKenzie (NZ) brings home four gold medals and one silver at BikeNZ’s Elite Track National Championships. Later Steph represented New Zealand at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Team Novo Nordisk launches #DiabetesEmpowered, a campaign to show the world that anyone living with diabetes can pursue their dreams.
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team makes its debut in Belgium at De Brabantse Pijl.
Javier Megias (SPA) makes the break and holds on for a top 10 at stage 6 of the Tour of Turkey.
French neo-pro Charles Planet (FRA) earns the Breakaway from Cancer Most Courageous rider at stages 1 and 2 at Amgen Tour of California.
Kevin de Mesmaeker (BEL) sprints to 3rd on stage 4 of Amgen Tour of California.
Martijn Verschoor (NED) races to 2nd on stage 1 of Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay– earning Team Novo Nordisk’s best result to date.
Martijn Verschoor (NED) comes in at a solid 4th place at stage 1 of Tour de Beauce.
Team Novo Nordisk hold two successful Talent Identification Camps, identifying new six Development riders and seven new Juniors.
Team Novo Nordisk’s Quentin Valognes proves he is a junior racer to watch when he win three stages at the Tour de l’Abitibi Desjardins.
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team claims its first Post Danmark Rundt podium on stage 4 with Chris Williams (AUS) earning Most Aggressive Rider honors.
Javier Megias (SPA) leaves his mark on USA Pro Challenge with a solo attack in the final 4 km of the Tour opener and concluding with a high-profile breakaway in the race’s final stage.
Team Novo Nordisk triathletes Casey Boren (US), Ben Semeyn (US), Andreas Petz (DEN) and Ryan Jones (US; pictured) race to inspire at Ironman Copenhagen.
Development Team rider (and 2015 neo-pro) Corentin Cherhal wins the Giordana Crossroads Classic in Salisbury, North Carolina.
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team make its UK debut and races alongside the world’s best at Tour of Britain.
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team makes its first appearance at the Japan Cup and hosts a special event for young Japanese children living with diabetes.
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team wraps its second racing season with a solid performance at China’s Tour of Hainan.
Team Novo Nordisk athlete Sebastien Sasseville (CAN) completes his 7,500-km solo run across Canada to Outrun Diabetes.
The Team Novo Nordisk digital community collects 70,800km of exercise for World Diabetes Day- almost circling the globe TWICE!
The world’s first all-diabetes pro cycling team announces a 2015 roster of 18 athletes from 11 countries, including four members of the team’s development program.
Thanks for a great year, and follow us in 2015!