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  2. Team owner, Gerry Ryan, had previously sought to secure further sponsorship after Orica announced they would stop sponsoring the team after the 2017 season. From 2018 until 2020, the team was known as Mitchelton–Scott, with Ryan's Mitchelton Wines as a major sponsor.

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  3. 31 Desember 2017 () 2018: 59 7 Januari 2018 30 Desember ... Anggota tim terdaftar dalam urutan alfabetis dari Team Leader, lalu Anggota, dan bintang tamu.

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    2014 saw a change in leadership at Orica-AIS as the women's team's original directeur sportif Dave McPartland took up a role with the men's team Orica Greenedge, while former Tasmanian Institute of Sport head cycling coach Gene Bates took over McPartland's position. Martin Barras maintains his dual role as the trade team Orica-AIS assistant DS since 2012, and Cycling Australia's woman's road coach. On 17 June, the team announced the signing of Katrin Garfoot for the remainder of the 2014 season. On 16 October Chloe McConville, Sarah Roy and Lizzie Williams signed with the team for the 2015 season with Amanda Spratt signing a contract extension. On 28 October Gracie Elvin signed a contract extension. On 4 November, Katrin Garfoot signed a contract extension. On 13 November Melissa Hoskins signed a contract extension. On 3 December, Macey Stewart and Alexandra Manly joined the team. On 13 November Carlee Taylor left the team to join Lotto Belisol Ladies.

    The team opened its account at the Bay Classic Series where Gracie Elvin took victory in the second stage of the race. This was followed up by a double win in the Santos Womens Cup courtesy of Valentina Scandolara and Melissa Hoskins. Former road race world championship silver medallist Rachel Neylanjoined Orica-AIS at the end of March. Loes Gunnewijk would have to prematurely retire from racing early after sustaining a broken shoulder from the year before, Gunnewijk would return to Orica-AIS in 2016 as a trainee director sportif.In August 2015, it was announced that Johansson would leave the team at the end of the 2015 season and join Wiggle High5 on a two-year deal for the 2016 season. Melissa Hoskins would move away from Orica-AIS to concentrate her efforts on the track in the lead up to the 2016 Rio Olympics. Valentina Scandolara moved to Cylancelooking to advance a more leadership role and hoping to secure an Olympic placement.

    Three new signings were announced for 2016, from the disbanded Velocio-SRAM American Tayler Wiles and Australian Loren Rowney, and from Bigla Dutch Annemiek van Vleuten.After Emma Johansson left as Orica-AIS team leader and Loes Gunnewijk retiring as road captain, Gracie Elvin and Amanda Spratt were given the opportunity to step up as team leaders. However Orica-AIS's roster aspirations didn't go to plan in 2016, Chloe McConville had planned to retire mid-way through 2016 but was forced to retire early due to a prolapsed disc back injury while on recon for the Tour of Flanders. Another casualty of the Classics season was Lizzie Williams when injury, depression and anxiety took its toll on Williams. In between road seasons, Macey Stewartparticipated in Track World and Oceania Championships, then onto working towards Rio 2016 left Stewart drained, and decided to spend more time with family. Midway through the 2016 season, Orica-AIS signed Jess Allen and Jenelle Crooks from Rochelle Gi...

    Orica-Scott dominated the Australian national championships, taking every green and gold jersey except for the under-23 criterium. Jessica Allen starting by claiming the elite criterium; then both Katrin Garfoot and Alexandra Manly winning both time trial and road race, elite and U23 titles respectively. With Scott Sports taking more prominence as a naming sponsor, non-drivetrain components from Shimano subsidiary PRO such as seatposts and handlebars were replaced by Scott subsidiary Syncros.Also for 2017, Italian clothing brand Giordana replaces all apparel previously supplied from Swedish company Craft. At the end of January, Loren Rowney officially announced her retirement from professional racing. Orica-Scott would sign long time BePink team member Georgia Williamsfrom New Zealand who had taken a pause from road racing to focus on the track at the Rio Olympics. After a few Women's World Tour podiums over two years with Elvin, Roy, and van Vleuten; Orica-Scott accomplished its br...

    In between 2017 and 2018 seasons, former directeur sportif Martin Barras was removed as the Cycling Australia's national women's road coach after the September's Bergen 2017 road world championships as a part of restructuring by Cycling Australia's new high performance director Simon Jones, his last race directing Orica-Scott was the women's Tour of Guangxi in October. Barras later taking up the role as Cycling New Zealand's high performance director. Taking the place of Barras' DS role was former Wiggle High5 DS Martin Vestby. Mitchelton-Scott started the year in its national championship campaigns in Australia and New Zealand, with Sarah Roy achieving her best Australian criterium championships finish with GreenEDGE with a second place since previously winning the title in 2014 when signed with Poitou–Charentes.Futuroscope.86. Georgia Williams won the New Zealand time trial championships after multiple podiums in previous years' time trial and road race, Alexandra Manly followed u...

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  4. S.W.A.T. is an American action drama television series, based on the 1975 television series of the same name created by Robert Hamner and developed by Rick Husky. Aaron Rahsaan Thomas and Shawn Ryan developed the new series, which premiered on CBS on November 2, 2017, and is produced by Original Film, CBS Studios and Sony Pictures Television.

    • November 2, 2017 –, present
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  5. The team will subsequently be known as: UAE Team Emirates. In June 2017, two days before the 2017 Tour de France the team announced it would also be sponsored by the First Abu Dhabi Bank , an amalgamation of the First Gulf Bank and the National Bank of Abu Dhabi , with their logo being added to the chest and side of the team's jersey.

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    Principal photography began in January 2017 in New Mexico. The film was released in the United States on January 19, 2018 by Warner Bros. Pictures , in standard and IMAX theaters. It received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the cast and action but criticized the by-the-numbers execution and lack of hindsight of the War in Afghanistan .

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