Scott McGill signs with Human Powered Health

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Scott McGill has signed with Human Powered Health for two years, the team announced Thursday.

“To finally be able to join Human Powered Health is very exciting and I look forward to racing for a more international setup,” McGill said in a team statement. “It’s a team I’ve wanted to join for a long time.

“It came a little later than I would have hoped, but I stayed persistent and was able to get a contract. Over the last few years I’ve stayed as motivated as possible. Winning in Europe is a game totally different ball and it was quite a relief to know that everything clicked into place.

The 24-year-old brings a solid sprint to the American ProTeam.

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McGill rode for Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling in 2022, where he notably won two stages of the Volta a Portugal with the points jersey and a few other podiums.

Other notable results this season include sixth place at the Joe Martin Stage Race and third at the Elite Men’s U.S. National Criterium Championships.

McGill, a native of Fallston, Maryland, also earned a spot at the UCI Road World Championships in Australia in September where he covered 227 kilometers during the breakaway.

He has already ridden for Aevolo.

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