Remco Evenepoel Extends Contract With Deceuninck-Quickstep Until 2023

Remco Evenepoel wins the 2019 Clasica San Sebastian

Remco Evenepoel has signed a contract extension with Deceuninck-Quick-Step that will see him stay with the Belgian team until the end of 2023. The 19-year-old Evenepoel turned professional this season directly from the junior ranks after winning the time trial and road race world titles. In a remarkable debut season, the former football player won the Tour of Belgium, the Clasica San Sebastian , and the European time trial title , reaffirming comparisons with Eddy Merckx. Deceuninck-Quick-Step manager Patrick Lefevere moved quickly to sign Evenepoel last summer and recently announced he had shook on a deal with Evenepoel’s father, who acts as his agent. Evenepoel had a contract lasting until 2020 but his new deal will no doubt be far more remunerative. He posted a photograph on social media as he inked his new deal with Lefevere. "I am happy and proud that I have extended my stay with Deceuninck-Quick-Step ...

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