Prof. since: 2011
Style of rider: Sprinter, Rouleur
Hobbies: Seeing friends, cooking, trying to learn another language
Favourite race: Paris-Roubaix
Personal website: -
Twitter name: @ndyfenn
2014 will be Andy’s third season with OPQS. After several years living in Belgium, Andy moved with his girlfriend to Italy, following the sun and his ambitions. “Now I live in Tuscany, an area that I love and that I’ve known since I was an amateur. There I’ll also have the chance to train with professionals of the caliber of Petacchi, from whom I can learn a lot,” he says. Andy, who in 2008 won the junior version of Paris-Roubaix, loves the Italian lifestyle. “I like the language and I absolutely want to learn to cook Italian food, especially pizza, which I sometimes try to make at home.” 2013 did not bring great satisfaction to the British talent, but he’s ready to make up for it. “My goal is to work hard to reach a good level, gain experience through the right mix of races, and, last but not least, taste the joy of victory again.”
Memorial Philippe Van Coningsloo and 7th stage Tour de Bretagne
Trofeo Palma de Mallorca, Trofeo Migjorn
2011: An Post - Sean Kelly
2012: Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team
2013: Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team rider Andrew Fenn was the top finisher at the 182.9km Stage 1 of Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen on Saturday.
Omega Pharma - Quick-Step Cycling Team did its best to animate yet another Belgian race. This time, it was 195.9km Le Samyn on Wednesday. At one point OPQS had six riders out of 12 up the road, but the move came back with about 60km remaining in the race.
The sixth and final stage of the Tour Down Under ended in a bunch sprint as expected. After 95 fast kilometres trough the streets of Adelaide 2 OPQS riders were on the podium.