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Haug joins McNamee and signs with Cervélo

In 2019, two of the top long course triathletes in the world will be racing on Cervélo bikes

On Jan. 28th, Cervélo announced the signing of Anne Haug (GER) and official resigning of David McNamee (GBR) – both finished third at 2018 Ironman World Championship.

Anne Haug

Haug began her triathlon career on the International Triathlon Union (ITU) circuit. In 65 starts, Haug took 24 podium finishes. She also represented Germany at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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In 2017, Haug turned her focus to the long course distance. In two seasons of racing, she has already made five Ironman 70.3 podiums, including a bronze medal at the 2018 Ironman 70.3 World Championship. She also finished third at the Ironman World Championship in Kona on Oct. 13th, 2018.

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David McNamee

At the age of 17, the Scotsman took up triathlon at the 2005 New Year’s Day Triathlon in Edinburgh. After a decade of short course racing, a career that included a silver medal at the 2011 U23 World Championships, McNamee turned his attention to long course racing in 2015.

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In 2015, McNamee made his Ironman debut in South Africa and finished seventh. Later that year he won Ironman UK. Most recently, on triathlon’s biggest stage – the Ironman World Championship, McNamee finished third in 2017 and 2018.