NatuSport is the new SEG Racing Academy nutrition partner

NatuSport is the new SEG Racing Academy nutrition partner

Founded in 2015, Natusport is a company specialized in the distribution of high-quality nutritional items, healthy supplements and sport nutrition products and will be the official nutrition partner of the Academy for 2018 and beyond. NatuSport brings 100% natural products to the market, batch controlled and NZVT trade marked, with the goal to help athletes and individuals through a balanced nutritional program. SEG Racing Academy and NatuSport will work side by side on the progression and improvement of nutritional products for a better performance on the bike. Our performance staff’s expertise and the…continue reading →

Loutraki training camp recap

Every year since our inception we have been travelling to Loutraki in January and February to prepare for the season, and this year has been no exception. The superb weather together with the great routes makes it the perfect location for gathering all the team together and tune rider's condition ahead of the first races of the season. This year our riders had the chance to wrap up the camp with some racing action during the two-day Loutraki Challenge. Ide Schelling showed his form and seized the overall win thanks to his victory in…continue reading →
Michel Cornelisse: “Joining the Academy was a quick choice”

Michel Cornelisse: “Joining the Academy was a quick choice”

Michel Cornelisse joined the Academy structure in November as a sports director and talent coach. The former pro-rider already took the role as 'guest' sports director during the Ronde de l'Isard last May and the positive connection with the riders and staff led to talks about a more intensive cooperation. When he was presented with the chance of joining the Academy, Michel did  not take long to accept it. "I have a really good relationship with all the management staff of the team, and we have know each other for a while.  I…continue reading →
Arensman looks back to his CX season

Arensman looks back to his CX season

After riding to 16th place in his first ever U23 CX World Championships race in Limburg last Sunday, Thymen Arensman has wrapped up a solid cross campaign. The 18-year old, who has seized strong results throughout the winter, is satisfied with his fast adaptation to the new category. "Overall I am really satisfied, of course I had some ups and downs but my season went as expected. It was hard to combine school and training, but that makes all the good results of the year even more special. It was not easy to…continue reading →
Stavrakakis: “I want to make 2018 a special one for me and the team”

Stavrakakis: “I want to make 2018 a special one for me and the team”

Junior European Individual Pursuit champion in 2016, George Stavrakakis, was one of our latest additions to the 2018 roster after being followed by our performance staff for a long period of time. The Greek youngster met his new teammates back in November, and joined the team training camp in Loutraki last month. "I can say that the training camp had a deep impact on my performance. It was a perfect 12-day block with most of my teammates, and definitely helped us to push ourselves to the limit. We did a lot of hours…continue reading →
Arensman is ready for the 2018 CX Worlds

Arensman is ready for the 2018 CX Worlds

Tomorrow Thymen Arensman will be dressed in orange as he will represent the Dutch national team in the U23 CX Worlds Championships in Limburg. The 18-year and first year U23 is not feeling the pressure ahead of the most prestigious event in the cross calendar. "I am feeling really good. Last week I was a bit sick but I am feeling better now, I could train really well lately and I had some good results in the tests I did" points out Arensman. Bronze medalist in his first ever U23 Dutch National championships three…continue reading →