Ethiopia's Tsgabu Grmay has signed a two-year contract to join Mitchelton-Scott, the Australian WorldTour team announced on Tuesday. Grmay has ridden the 2018 season with Trek-Segafredo, with whom he was selected to ride his third Tour de France in July, but had to quit during stage 2, suffering from abdominal pains. Prior to that, the climber rode for Bahrain-Merida and Lampre, having turned pro with MTN-Qhubeka in 2013.ADVERTISEMENT Grmay is the reigning Ethiopian time trial champion, taking his fifth national title in the discipline in June, while he is also a three-time national road race champion, having won the title in 2013, 2104 and 2015. His only other pro wins have come at the African Continental Championships individual time trial in 2014, and a stage at the Tour de Taiwan in 2013. However, Grmay's goal is to one day win a stage at the Tour de France.
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