Sir Dave Brailsford is no longer exclusively involved in cycling in Ineos

Sir Dave Brailsford is no longer exclusively involved in cycling in Ineos

Sir Dave Brailsford believes in cross-pollination between different sports, but will continue to lead the cycling team next season. © BELGAIMAGE

Sir Dave Brailsford has been appointed Director of Sport by Ineos. This means that the 57-year-old Briton will be responsible for all commitments made by Ineos in various sports. From cycling and sailing to rugby, football and Formula 1.

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Brailsford also remains the senior head of the WorldTour Ineos-Grenadiers team that belongs to our compatriot Laurens De Plus. This year he will manage the team alongside Rod Ellingworth. “Also because we are in a good shape to prepare for the new season.”

Sir Dave Brailsford wants to have a kind of cross-pollination between different sports. “I have the ambition to spread the new ideas that are emerging throughout the Ineos collection.”

In Formula 1, Ineos teamed up with Mercedes-AMG Petronas, sailing with Sir Ben Ainsley, who hopes to become the first Briton to ever win the America’s Cup. In football, Ineos owns French first-division team OGC Nice and Swiss Super League club FC Lausanne Sport and is a partner of Racing Club Abidjan, the first division team from Ivory Coast. In rugby, Ineos is a performance partner for New Zealand’s Black team. Additionally, other initiatives are supported, such as Eliud Kipchoge’s successful bid to become the first-ever marathon runner in 2019 to dive in under two hours.

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