Sports manager Danny Stam has been working in women's cycling for a decade. He made his debut with AA drink in 2012, before making the switch to the then-new Boels-Dolmans a year later. As team manager, he helped build what would become the best cycling team in the world and successfully found a new main sponsor in SD Worx in 2021. "We have the best sponsors, the most sophisticated equipment, the best riders and an experienced staff. Our atmosphere is fantastic, which makes for an optimal working environment. That sum makes us the best team in the world," said Stam.
Although women's cycling has already made great strides, the sports manager is not yet satisfied. "In the last five to 10 years, a lot of progress has already been made. Our riders have become real athletes, but our goal is to take women's cycling to an even higher level. The challenge is growing. Getting to the top is hard, staying there even harder. We still have a commitment until 2026 with our main sponsor SD Worx, which allows us to work future-oriented. For the coming years, with Demi Vollering, Lotte Kopecky and Lorena Wiebes, we have three world class athletes in house, who each excel in their own field."
Stam is looking forward to 2023 with ambition. "Our aim is to lead the UCI team ranking this season as well. The Tour de France is obviously a main target, as is the classic spring."