At it’s foundation in 2010 Team Sky set several goals which they would like to achieve in 5 years. One of them was to have a British winner of the Tour de France. They succeeded… Twice! In 2012 Bradley Wiggins won La Grande Boucle and in 2013 Chris Froome was his successor. Team Sky is known for their scientific approach. The supporting staff, lead by general manager Sir Dave Brailsford, is constantly looking for ways to improve. Marginal gains as they call it. Since 1% can make the difference between winning and losing, Team Sky is creating the perfect organization around the team to make sure the riders can perform. At Shimano and PRO we play an important role in that approach as we work together with Team Sky to find these marginal gains in terms of power transfer, efficiency, aerodynamics and integration.