Ineos, owned by Britain's richest man, Jim Ratcliffe, will become the sole owners from May 1 and will continue to fund the current team in full.
The media giant announced in December it would be ending its decade-long association with the team at the end of 2019, with eight Grand Tour victories secured so far.
The annual event was organized by Qatar Cyclists with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports and the Qatar Cycling Federation.
The competition will take place at the Ceremonial Court of Qatar Foundation on March 15.
Catlin was part of the US team pursuit squads that captured world titles in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Qatar’s Tala Abujbara finished second in the women's elite race in a competition which featured a total of 530 participants from 51 countries.
Cyclists will follow a 38.5km route and will need to cross seven sand dunes on their way to the finish line, while runners will cover a distance of 26.7 km crossing four sand dunes in the process.
The 28-year-old -- a two-time Olympic champion and the winner of 11 world track gold medals -- suffered life-changing injuries last June when training at the Cottbus Velodrome.
Cycling's most iconic race will open with a team trial around the Danish capital, known for its pro-cycling policy.
A swathe of elite cyclists have chosen this five-day race, won by Valverde last year, as part of their early-season bid to get back to top form.
Viviani was able to stay with the lead group over four tough climbs and emerge from the slipstream of Deceuninck-Quick Step teammate Michael Morkov in the final metres to pip Ewan at the post.
The UCI MTB Class-3 event is organized by Qatar Cyclists in association with Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC) and is supported by Qatar Cycling Federation.
New Zealander Bevin’s ochre leader's jersey hopes were in the balance after he was taken to hospital with a suspected rib and collarbone injury from a crash nine kilometres (5.5 miles) from the finish at Strathalbyn.
Deceuninck–Quick-Step's Viviani, the omnium gold medallist at the 2016 Rio Olympics and one of the world's leading sprinters, powered out of the pack to reel in Germany's Max Walscheid and claim the ochre jersey after the first of six stages.
The 33-year-old Kenyan-born cyclist will aim to dethrone his Team Sky team-mate Geraint Thomas, who will also target the sport's showpiece event.