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Cyclist? Yes
Active? Yes
Male? Yes
On WorldTeam? No*
On ProTeam? No
European? Yes*
European nationality but from a non-contiguous non-European part of that nation? No
European nationality but born outside of Europe? No
Country which straddles two continents? No
Born in Europe, but competes for a non-European country? Yes
On a development WT? Yes (but I wouldn't have made that reason enough of itself to give an asterisk for that)
Or he's signed a contract for a WT from 2021 onwards? No
Elchin Asadov? No
Contracted with the development team, but has done race(s) with the WorldTeam? No*
He was on the startlist, but never actually made it to the startline? No
On European team? No
On team of his own nationality? No
El-Mehdi Chokri? No
At least one teammate of his own nationality? No

Raced this year? Yes
Changed nationality? No (in terms of his cycling nationality, anyway. Whether he had an adult passport of his country of birth, or whether he renounced that rather than having dual nationality, \I have no idea)
On Israel Cycling Academy? Yes
 
Cyclist? Yes
Active? Yes
Male? Yes
On WorldTeam? No*
On ProTeam? No
European? Yes*
European nationality but from a non-contiguous non-European part of that nation? No
European nationality but born outside of Europe? No
Country which straddles two continents? No
Born in Europe, but competes for a non-European country? Yes
On a development WT? Yes (but I wouldn't have made that reason enough of itself to give an asterisk for that)
Or he's signed a contract for a WT from 2021 onwards? No
Elchin Asadov? No
Contracted with the development team, but has done race(s) with the WorldTeam? No*
He was on the startlist, but never actually made it to the startline? No
On European team? No
On team of his own nationality? No
El-Mehdi Chokri? No
At least one teammate of his own nationality? No
Raced this year? Yes
Changed nationality? No
On Israel Cycling Academy? Yes

Aussie? Yes
 
Steve's boy Freddie is correct.
British born to British parents: one might be able to change nationality (which is a legal status) but I would argue that one cannot cease to be European, which is descriptive rather than legalistic.

Not raced for the WT big brother of his team as such, but their top guy so far in the Virtual Tour de France.

Male?
Active?
European?
 
Male: Yes
Active: No
European: No
Active after 1/1/2000: Yes
From the Americas: No
Top 20 in a GT: No
Top 10 in a monument: No
From a country in the British Commonwealth: No
African: Yes
Did he ever ride for a European team: Yes
Active before 1/1/95: No
 
Male: Yes
Active: No
European: No
Active after 1/1/2000: Yes
From the Americas: No
Top 20 in a GT: No
Top 10 in a monument: No
From a country in the British Commonwealth: No
African: Yes
Did he ever ride for a European team: Yes
Active before 1/1/95: No
Started a GT: Yes
 
Male: Yes
Active: No* (No current contract)
European: No
Active after 1/1/2000: Yes
From the Americas: No
Top 20 in a GT: No
Top 10 in a monument: No
From a country in the British Commonwealth: No
African: Yes
Did he ever ride for a European team: Yes
Active before 1/1/95: No
Started a GT: Yes
Pro win in 2000's: No
Pro win in 2010's: Yes
From an Arab League nation: No* (from an observer nation though)
 

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