Milan Paulus will move to the Academy in 2020

We are really excited to report that 17-year old Milan Paulus has agreed to join the Academy for the 2020 season onwards. "I'm really looking forward to joining the team next season. I hope and expect that it will be a great run and I want to seize some nice results for the team and my new teammates" highlights Paulus.  The young Belgian talent has had an eventful 2019 as he rode to second in the Junior TT Nationals and to third in the overall classification of France's Ain Bugey Valromey Tour and currently…continue reading →

Kooistra (6th) & Rasch (10th) sprint ino the Top 10 in De Kustpijl

Today's UCI's 1.2 De Kustpijl featured a totally flat 200 km long parcour that previewed a bunch sprint already from the starting gun. We arrived to the line, with a strong lineup ready to make the most of the day. The race started as usual, with many riders trying to make it up the road and eventually it was a 4-man group the one featuring the break of the day. Our riders sat nice and easy in the middle of the bunch saving the legs and energy for the final part as it…continue reading →

David Dekker to be in Academy colors in 2020

We are stoked to announce the signing of the current U23 Dutch National Champion, David Dekker, for the 2020 season. "I am very excited to be joining the SEG Racing Academy for the coming season. It will be a very important year for me and I feel confident that the Academy is the right place to be and the perfect environment to develop myself not only as a bike rider but also as a person" highlights the 21-year old. Dekker, who has 4 wins under his belt so far this season including the…continue reading →

Ide Schelling moves up to WorldTour level with Bora-Hansgrohe

We are extremely happy to announce that our Ide Schelling will join Germany's Bora-Hansgrohe for the next two seasons. The 21-year old, joined the Academy straight from the Junior ranks ahead of the 2017 season, and after three seasons within the team's structure, he became ready to move to WorldTour level. "I am really honored to be riding for such a great team. It will be a big step up in terms of racing, calendar and being part of one of the best teams in the world, but I am more than ready…continue reading →

Meeus closes the Norwegian trip with third in Gylne Gutuer

Today's Gylne Gutuer featured the third and last leg of the UNOX-Development Weekend. The race presented a predominantly flat 174 km long parcour that attached a total of 34 gravel sections as well as cold weather conditions that made it a hard day for everyone in the peloton. The race was off to a fast start with several, but a massive crash happened in the middle of the peloton and blocked our Ide Schelling, Marten Kooistra and trainee Wessel Krul, which was their race over. Meanwhile, the peloton was down to 40 riders…continue reading →

Fifth for Daan Hoole in Lillehammer GP

Today's Lillehammer GP featured the second leg, out of three, of the UNOX-Development weekend. The race presented a tough 20 km long circuit that the bunch tackled a total of seven times, for a total 134 km. The race was off to a fast start with several attempts to make it up the road. Our always-combative Sven Burger represented the Academy flag in some of the moves, but they did not stack. However, the peloton broke into pieces when chasing a duo of riders that were in the front with Daan Hoole, Ide…continue reading →

Daan Hoole powers to 9th in Hafjell TT

Today's Hafjell TT was the first of a 3-day series of UCI 1.2 races covered under the UNOX Development Weekend. Today's time trial featured a totally flat 22-km long parcour. Our best-placed rider was Daan Hoole as he sneaked into the Top 10 with the 9th best time of the day. Tomorrow we will face the Lillehammer GP, a hard race in which we will aim for a good result with a strong squad. Daan Hoole, who this season took the U23 Dutch National TT title and time trialed his way to sixth…continue reading →

Jordi Meeus: “I had some good results but of course, I wanted to win more, but this doesn’t come on delivery”

Yesterday our wrapped a really solid performance along the eight races that featured the first edition of the U23 Road Series. The Belgian rider seized the win in GP Tombroek, and in yesterday's GP Albert Fauville sprinted to fourth, which was not enough to stay in yellow as the GC leader by just one point. "Right now I look back a bit disappointed because I lost the jersey only the last stage. Not because I wasn’t strong enough, but because of a mistake in the final. But aside from that, I think I…continue reading →

Meeus takes fourth and finalized U23 Road Series 2nd in GC

Today's GP Albert Fauville featured the last round of the first edition of the U23 Road Series. The competition's finale presented a potential thriller ending as the general classification was headed by our Jordi Meeus, but the first three riders were just distanced by 8 points. The first part of the race saw many attacks go off the front of the bunch, with our Sven Burger representing our flag, finally, it was a group of 9 riders the one that got away. Our Marten Kooistra, who initially suffered a puncture but came back…continue reading →
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