Andrew Messick, president of AEG Sports and the man in charge of the past four editions of the Amgen Tour of California, will leave his post next month to take a new position as CEO of the World Triathlon Corporation, the company that organizes, promotes and licenses the Ironman brand.
BOULDER, Colo. (VN) — Responding to allegations that the Movistar Continental team declined its invitation to attend the Amgen Tour of California because it did not receive financial assistance to travel to the race — something UCI WorldTour teams receive — AEG Sports president Andrew Messick told VeloNews that the event “fulfilled UCI requirements.”
When the UCI announced Friday that its races outside of Europe would be required to invite top-ranked Continental teams, it came as a surprise to the bosses of a top U.S. stage race and Conti team. The ruling directly affects the Amgen Tour of California and the Kelly Benefit Strategies-OptumHealth team by requiring that three […]
The Amgen Tour of California will continue, business as usual, despite doping allegations leveled by Floyd Landis, says AEG Sports president Andrew Messick.