Seems like a rather "un-Icelandic" name. Thought they all had patronymics.
Side note: "Rem" is Dutch for brake.Q. Why didn't Remco brake after the finish of today's stage?
A. Because his name is not Remco te Brake
Remco te Brake (born 1988-11-29 in Rhenen) is a former professional road racing cyclist from Netherlands, active between 2006 and 2017. His best results are winning GC Tour de Gironde Cycliste International and winning a stage in Tour de Gironde Cycliste International.www.procyclingstats.com
Or into two words if he is found to have assassinated the Prime Minister of Hungary.This guy's last name could be separated into three words in a very interesting way...
Ali Labib Shotorban (born 2002-09-21 in Tabriz ) is a professional road racing cyclist from Iran, currently riding for Sidi Ali - Unlock Team. His best results are 2nd place in stage Tour of Iran (Azarbaijan) and 2nd place in National Championships Iran ME - Road Race.www.procyclingstats.com
Not a rider, but Intermarche just signed the amazingly named "Adriaan Helmantel" as a trainer. A quick look at Google Translate tells me that 'helmantel' means 'helmet'. Something that is very important as a bike rider.
Having a RL name that often leads people to call me Ms Sandwich, I'm not really in a position to make fun of nomenclature, but I did read Helmantel as Helminth.Helm is the Dutch word for helmet, but I don't know what antel means (other than being the acronym for Administración Nacional de Telecomunicaciones).
It's bright coat if you translate it 100%.Not a rider, but Intermarche just signed the amazingly named "Adriaan Helmantel" as a trainer. A quick look at Google Translate tells me that 'helmantel' means 'helmet'. Something that is very important as a bike rider.
Florian Dauphin (born 1999-04-06 in Quimperlé) is a professional road racing cyclist from France, currently riding for Cre'Actuel-Marie Morin-U 22. His best results are 3rd place in GC Kreiz Breizh Elites and 2nd place in stage Tour de la Mirabelle.www.procyclingstats.com
It's a travesty this man hasn't ridded Dauphine, yet. Also, why was he riding for a team called U 22 until last August, when he was 24?