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Since 2017 Brian Nygaard no expert and commentator during TV2's coverage of cycling as a sport, but it can be over now.
In a posting on Twitter, he tells, that the future is going to be in the UNITED states, where he and the family need to operate a winery in California.
And that is far from the Sonoma Valley to the TV2 headquarters at kvægtorvet, odense in Odense, why Nygaard would get a bit of a commute-life.
however, He is cryptic in his interpretation of the, on the trip to the UNITED states being a farewell to coverage of the sport.
- it Will be a goodbye to cycling? Yes and no, but there will be more on that later, writes Nygaard.
Some personal news❗— Brian Nygaard (@nygaardbn) February 3, 2020
My family and I are moving to California to run a winery. Why? Because dreams actually come true sometimes.
Does this mean goodbye two cycling? Yes and no, but more on that later..
See you around if you come to Sonoma. pic.twitter.com/BU6lFdUIjJ
He has been a part of the sport in practically the whole of this millennium.
the First was in 2001 he offered to work with coverage for Bjarne Riis’ former cycling team CSC Tiscali during the Tour de France, which Nygaard said yes to.
After a number of years during Riis's wings came a short period of storholdet Team Sky, which he worked for in the season 2009-2010.
his Career culminated, however, as the luxembourg cycling team Team Leopard-Trek was formed, and Nygaard was the team's director.
Recently, he has been head of communications for the australian Orica-GreenEDGE and has been affiliated as an expert for TV2 as well as writer for Jylllands-Entry, and Weekendavisen.
the Extra Leaf has been trying to get an in-depth commentary from the main character though, but it has at the time of writing not been possible.
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