Job Position: SEG Racing Academy Director

Job Description:SEG Racing Academy Director SEG Racing Academy is the leading development cycling program in the world. The Academy has established itself in the international scene and since 2015 it's putting together one of the best racing programs as well as one of the most knowledgeable performance staff structures. The Academy has delivered 27 cyclists to the professional ranks during his six years of existence as well as several staff members. With this success, the SEG Racing Academy has become a trademark and recognized talent development program. The role of Academy Director entails…continue reading →

Frigo: “Hard work pays off and I like working hard”

The talented Italian climber, Marco Frigo, joined the Academy ahead of the 2020 season, which was his second year in the U23 category. The strong Italian came into the team as the U23 Road Race national champion and aimed for a strong season of developing on and off the bike while developing onto a stage race contender.  "2020 has been a strange season. Of course, if you add that it was my first year at the Academy, everything was almost new to me. The premises for the year were to make a good…continue reading →

Amacx Sports Nutrition will continue to fuel the Academy

We are delighted to announce that Amacx Sports Nutrition will continue to be the fueling the SEG Racing Academy talents for the coming two years. After kicking off the partnership ahead of the 2020 season in a successful way, the academy and Amacx Sports Nutrition are looking to keep on growing together in the nutritional field through constant feedback and joining forces for providing the highest quality sports nutrition. Rogier Trousset, Operational Manager at Amacx Sports Nutrition:"We believe that longer-term partnerships are in the best interest of both parties. Sports nutrition is an…continue reading →

Aike Visbeek will leave the Academy to Circus Wanty Gobert

We are delighted to announce that Aike Visbeek will leave the Academy and join Circus - Wanty Gobert as Performance Manager starting from 2021 onwards. Visbeek, who came into the SEG Racing Academy project at the start of the 2020 season will move up again to the top level of the sport and bring is expertise onto the Belgian squad as they enter into the first year of their WorldTour journey.  While heading the Academy during the unusual 2020 season, Visbeek has seen our talents take 11 wins in just 30 racing days,…continue reading →

Wood: “I want to keep developing as a GC rider”

Harrison Wood joined the Academy ahead of the 2020 season, after collecting some interesting results as a first-year in the category while riding in France. The talented British climber joined our program with the aim of progressing and developing on and off the bike.  "The season was definitely strange with the COVID-19 pandemic. I look back with mixed feelings for sure. I did a really nice calendar once the racing started again and that was really nice. The highlight was definitely the Giro d'Italia U23 and the stage win we took with Jordi…continue reading →

Sean Flynn signs with the Academy

We are delighted to announce the signing of the multi-talented British rider, Sean Flynn. The 20-year old will join the Academy ahead of the 2021 season and will combine road racing action together with mountain-biking during the duration of the year. "I chose the Academy because I have seen how successful the team has been over the last couple of years and I like their rider development focus. From the outside, it seems like a really good environment for a young cyclist to be in in order to develop into one of the…continue reading →

Jordi Meeus is the new U23 Belgian Champion

Yesterday our Jordi Meeus, became the U23 Belgian Road Race Champion, after outpowering all his rivals in the final sprint. The 22-year old, who will move up to the WorldTour ranks next season with Bora-Hansgrohe, was helped by teammate Stan van Tricht during the whole day. "It feels great to win the jersey. I’m super happy to win the race and thank the team for the past years!" highlights Meeus after his last race in Academy colors. Our lineup for the day was down to two riders, due to the injuries suffered by…continue reading →

Preview U23 Belgian Road Race Championships

The U23 Belgian Road Race Nationals will feature our last road race of the 2020 season. Stan van Tricht and Jordi Meeus, will line up in Stad Lokeren with the aim of bringing back to the Academy the best possible result despite the short numbers. Our Belgian line up will miss Milan Paulus, who suffered a crash in Paris Tours U23 and broke his collarbone, which meant that his season was over. The race previews an aggressive day, as there will be many teams with deep rosters and different scenarios to manage. Both…continue reading →

Dries Hollanders: “We have to be patient, but we have options”

Last weekend's Paris Tours featured our last international race of the season, and for most of our riders that meant that the season was over and it was time to rest. However, for the Belgian riders, they have one more stop in the U23 Belgian Championships on Saturday before they can start thinking about 2021. Stan van Tricht and Jordi Meeus will sadly not have the support of Milan Paulus. The young Belgian rider, broke his collarbone in a crash during Paris Tours U23 and was forced to call it quits in the…continue reading →

Jordi Meeus sprints to second in Paris Tours U23

Yesterday's Paris Tours U23 featured our last international race of the year, with just the U23 Belgian Road Race championships remaining to our 2020 calendar. The race was off to a an easy start, with a three-man breakaway quickly getting up the road and the main bunch managing the time gaps. But around 30 kilometers into the day, a big crash happened in the middle of the bunch, taking down Jordi Meeus, Daan Hoole and Milan Paulus. Sadly the latest, was not able to continue and was driven to a nearby hospital, which…continue reading →