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Get to know … Milan Paulus

Milan Paulus takes us back to his early days in cycling. After starting in the football pitch, Paulus decided to follow the footsteps of his parents, who both were really […]

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Meeus: “I became a better and more complete rider”

After joining the Academy halfway 2017 as a trainee, Jordi Meeus has been improving as a bike rider year in year out. The 21-year old Belgian completed yet another solid […]

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Get to know … Corbin Strong

All the way from New Zealand, today we get to know the story of Corbin Strong. The future Academy talent took up cycling following the footsteps of his father and […]

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Get to know … Marco Frigo

Cycling was not the first choice for the current U23 Italian Road Race Champion, Marco Frigo. The now talented rider practiced a bunch of other sports before giving cycling a […]

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Jesper Rasch: “In 2019 I got better with every race and every workout”

Jesper Rasch joined the Academy halfway 2018 as he completed the remainder of that season as a trainee. After his first full season with the team, the Dutch sprinter feels […]

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Get to know … Stan van Tricht

The talented Belgian rider was already part of the Academy already in the last part of 2019 as a trainee and he showed what he was capable of by taking […]

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Arensman talks about using CX as road preparation

In winter it’s usual to find our Thymen Arensman with is cross bike on his shoulder running around a muddy, wet and cold track. The young Dutchman, who as from […]

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Get to know … Harrison Wood

It takes a special mindset to leave everything behind and join one of the most prestigious development programs in France, AVC Aix-En-Provence. Harrison Wood’s story is one in a kind […]

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Get to know … Maikel Zijlaard

Maikel Zijlaard is coming back home! After a two-year stint in USA’s Hagens Berman Axeon, the talented Dutchman is back to home soil ready to keep on developing himself as […]

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Hartley: “It was really easy to settle into the Academy”

Our Adam Hartley was recruited by the Academy last winter, and during 2019 he enjoyed his first season with the team. The talented British climber showed strong form in the […]

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Get to know … David Dekker

Becoming the current U23 Dutch National Road Race champion was the icing in the cake for David Dekker, who started his cycling journey back in 2005 at just seven years […]

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Q&A with Dries Hollanders

DS and Performance Coach, Dries Hollanders, just wrapped up his third season with the Academy. Our Belgian Sports Director looks back to the overall performance level of the team throughout […]

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Hoole: “I’ll target the U23 Europeans and Worlds again”

Our Daan Hoole just completed his second year in the U23. The Dutch rider, who moved up from the Junior ranks to the Academy in 2018, looks back to a […]

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Maarten Tjallingii looks back to 2019 in our Q&A

Maarten Tjallingii recently completed his first season in the Academy’s Performance staff as he joined the team in late 2018. The former Dutch pro-rider has been coaching our talents not […]

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Van Tricht wraps up Olympia’s Tour in third overall

We head into today’s final stage with the yellow leader’s jersey on the shoulders of our trainee Stan van Tricht. After taking fifth in the opening stage, and sprinting to […]

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Stan van Tricht keeps the yellow jersey safe with one day to go

After yesterday’s amazing victory that powered our trainee Stan van Tricht to the yellow jersey as the race leader, our team set off with the aim of keeping him and […]

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Stan van Tricht takes the win and moves onto the overall lead

Yesterday’s stage 2 at Olympia’s Tour was a great one for us. After a really solid opening in which Jordi Meeus took third and our Belgian trainee, Stan van Tricht, […]

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Anastopoulos will join Deuceuninck – Quick Step as a trainer

We are delighted to announce that Vasilis Anastopoulos will be joining Deuceuninck – Quick Step as a trainer from next season onwards. Anastopoulos served as Performance Coach before being appointed […]

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Meeus & van Tricht off to a solid start in Olympia’s Tour

Today’s opening stage at Olympia’s Tour featured a total of nine laps around a 14 km long parcour, which finished all the way up the infamous Col du VAM that […]

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Corbin Strong will be in Academy colors from 2020 onwards

We are excited to welcome Corbin Strong in our 2020 Academy roster. The multi-talented New Zealand rider will combine track and road racing as he prepares for the 2020 Tokyo […]

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Meeus: The goal is clear, we want to win a stage and be up there on GC”

After a day to forget at Paris Tours U23, our Jordi Meeus has his eyes already set on Olympia’s Tour. The 4-day long Dutch race will be the last one […]

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Harrison Wood signs for the Academy for 2020

We are really excited to welcome Harrison Wood to our 2020 Academy roster. The 19-year old British rider will join our squad after riding this past season for France’s A.V.C […]

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How to plan late-season goals?

Our season is coming to an end. With just two one-day races remaining (Paris Tours U23 and Tacx Pro Classic) and one stage race (Olympia’s Tour), the off-season and some […]

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Arensman back in action for Tacx Pro Classic & Olympia’s Tour

In mid-August our Thymen Arensman was involved in a crash during Tour de l’Avenir’s stage 6 that forced him to abandon the race, disabling the chance of defending his second […]

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No result for us in Il Piccolo Lombardia

Today we started in the U23 version of cycling’s monument, Il Giro di Lombardia, named Il Piccolo Lombardia at this category. The profile featured a rolling first part in which […]

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Jordi Meeus takes third in Ronde van Midden Brabant

Today we went back to racing Ronde van Midden Brabant after seizing the win there last year. Alberto Dainese outsprinted everyone else in the field and powered to, what it […]

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Schelling: “I look back to a wonderful day”

Yesterday’s U23 World Championships Road Race, saw our Kaden Groves and Ide Schelling rode to Top 20 placement in a day that was marked by rainy and windy weather. With […]

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Anastopoulos: “These guys are still hungry”

A total of five Academy riders will start in tomorrow’s U23 World Championships Road Race in Yorkshire. From Doncaster to Harrogate, the race will be 187 km long and after […]

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Daan Hoole takes 10th in the U23 Worlds Championships TT

Barnabás Peák riding for Hungary and Daan Hoole for the Netherlands were the two Academy representatives in today’s U23 World Championships time trial. The 30 km long parcour was marked […]

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Wrap My Bike and SEG Racing Academy partner up from now onwards

We are excited to communicate that Wrap My Bike will become a partner of the SEG Racing Academy from this season onwards. “At Wrap My Bike we create customized designs […]

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Anastopoulos: “Both of them can do a great TT”

Tomorrow the U23 World Championships will kick-off for the Academy representatives as Daan Hoole and Barnabás Peák will defend their national colors in the time trial. The parcour features a […]

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Marco Frigo, more Italian talent at the Academy

We are pleased to announce that the current U23 Italian Road Race Champion, Marco Frigo, will join the Academy and feature a spot in our 2020 roster. “I am very […]

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Teamwork powers Dainese to second in Gooikse Pijl

Today we went back to Gooikse Pijl, a race that back in 2018 marked an important milestone in the history of the Academy. After a day-long breakaway, our Jordi Meeus […]

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Van Tricht joins the Academy for the remainder of 2019 onwards

We are stoked to announce that Stan van Tricht has signed for the Academy for 2020 onwards and will ride keep on riding with us as a trainee for the […]

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The Academy goes down fighting in GP Wallonie

Today our riders started in UCI 1.1’s Grand Prix de Wallonie, which presented a broken parcour featuring 9 côtes, including the final one all the way to the Citadelle de […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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. […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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Alex Evans: “I will never forget the win in Tour de l’Avenir”

Alex Evans started in halfway August his first-ever participation in Tour de l’Avenir, one of the toughest and the most prestigious U23 race of the calendar. The 22-year old Australian […]

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Sven Burger takes 5th in Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic

Today’s Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic presented a tough challenge to our talents as the 1.1 category of the race attracted a competitive field to the start line. After becoming U23 European Road […]

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Alberto Dainese sprints to the victory in Czech Tour

Today’s stage number three at the Czech Tour presented a broken parcour that featured a total of four categorized climbs along the way, before facing the last 40 km flat […]

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Maikel Zijlaard will join the Academy in 2020

We are delighted to announce the signing of Maikel Zijlaard ahead of the coming season. The 19-year old Dutchman will join the Academy after riding the last two seasons with […]

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Sven Burger comesback to 6th in Koga Slag om Norg

After suffering a knee injury that kept him away from the road from February onwards, Sven Burger made his comeback at the U23 Dutch Nationals at the end of June […]

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Kaden Groves will join Mitchelton Scott from now onwards

We are extremely happy to announce that Kaden Groves will join Mitchelton Scott. The 20-year old will be part of the Australian WorldTour already for some races this season, before […]

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Alberto Dainese becomes U23 RR European Champion

After Daan Hoole’s sixth place in the TT of the U23 European Championships, today it was the day of the road race. Divided in different national teams, the Academy had […]

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Arensman to join Team Sunweb in August of 2020

We are delighted to announce that Thymen Arensman will join WorldTour’s Team Sunweb on contract as from 01/08 in 2020. “I feel really excited and happy to join a team of […]

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Alberto Dainese will join WorldTour’s Team Sunweb

We are really happy to officially announce that our Italian sprinter, Alberto Dainese will join the Dutch WorldTour squad Team Sunweb on a two-year deal. “It feels great to join […]

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Tour d’Alsace recap

The last stage of the 2019 Tour d’Alsace presented a parcour devoted for a final bunch sprint in the French village of Dannemarie, replicating the exact same finish that saw […]

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Marten Kooistra becomes a trainee for Team Sunweb

We are delighted to announce that Marten Kooistra will become a trainee for WorldTour’s Team Sunweb for the remainder of the season. “I’m really looking forward to joining Team Sunweb […]

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Alex Evans takes second atop of la Planche des Belles Filles

We kicked off the 2019 edition of the Tour d’Alsace with a solid performance in the 3-man TTT prologue, finishing just 13″ off the best team along the 6 km […]

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Maarten Tjallingii: “We are in Tour d’Alsace for the win”

In the eve of Tour d’Alsace’s kick-off, we sat down for a quick Q&A with our DS for the race, Maarten Tjallingii. The former 14-year old professional is enjoying his […]

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Q & A with Adam Hartley

Adam Hartley joined the Academy ahead of the 2019 season, after a solid year in the Team GB squad. The British rider completed a strong Tour de Bretagne, where he […]

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Groenendaal: “This project is special on so many levels”

Richard Groenendaal debuted as a DS for the Academy in late-April’s Tour de Bretagne, and he hit the ground running real quick as Alberto Dainese powered to a total of […]

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Marten Kooistra: “Tour d’Alsace and the EC will be my coming goals”

Marten Kooistra joined the Academy as first year U23 in the 2016 season and is now completing his fourth year in the category in our colors. The Dutchman, who last […]

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Aosta recap; Adam Hartley takes second overall

Over the weekend we wrapped up the 2019 edition of the Giro Ciclistico valle d’Aosta. Two high-altitude mountain stages awaited the peloton as the final showdown of the race came […]

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Adam Hartley moves to second on GC

Today’s stage at the Giro Ciclistico Valle d’Aosta featured a total of four categorized climbs in which was the longest run in this year’s race. The race was kicked off […]

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Schelling & Hartley stay in the Top 5 overall in Aosta

After yesterday’s success, that saw Ide Schelling taking the stage win as well as the leaders and KOM jersey, our guys kicked off the second road stage of the Italian […]

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Schelling wins in Aosta

The Giro valle d’Aosta started yesterday with a 3 km long prologue which tested the fast legs of all the participants. As it happened in the Giro d’Italia U23, our […]

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Jordi Meeus: “I am stronger and smarter than last year”

The 2018 season was already a solid year for our Belgian Jordi Meeus. The now 21-year old took an impressive win in 1.1’s Gooikse Pijl, which was the icing on […]

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Vasilis Anastopoulos present in Brussel’s Science and Cycling conference

Our Performance Manager, Vasilis Anastopoulos, was recently a speaker in the Science and Cycling Conference celebrated in Brussels ahead of the Tour de France’s Grand Départ. Anastopoulos developed a presentation […]

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Burger on his recovery: “It helped me to grow as a cyclist and as a person”

Bad luck hit Sven Burger’s interests in late February, as after some pain in the knee during the last day of training in Loutraki resulted in a runner’s knee, causing him […]

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Wessel Krul will join the Academy

We are delighted to announce that Wessel Krul will join the Academy as he secured a contract from 2020 onwards. The 19-year old will be intensively involved with the team […]

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Daan Hoole: “I knew that I could win that race”

Yestarday, our Daan Hoole claimed the U23 Dutch National TT title. After placing third last year as a first year in the category, Hoole came back this year ready to […]

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Barnabás Peák set to join Mitchelton-Scott

We are delighted to announce that Barnabás Peák will join WorldTour’s Mitchelton-Scott in a two-year deal. “I am stoked to join such a successful and high-profile team as Mitchelton-Scott. I […]

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Giro d’Italia U23 wrap up

After a tough and difficult race marked by the crashes and bad luck we had in the first part of the Giro d’Italia U23, we entered into the last weekend […]

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Schelling takes second in the Giro stage

After the Mortirolo stage, the bunch faced a predominantly flat parcour that brought them all the way to Levico Terme. The day started really fast, as per usual, with the […]

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Arensman takes 6th in the Mortirolo stage

Today’s stage at the 2019 Giro d’Italia presented a unique parcour featuring two climbs up the Mortirolo, one by each side. However, the total length of the stage was 94 […]

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Another hard day at the Giro

After yesterday’s rest day, we were up for yet another day at the Giro d’Italia U23. Today’s stage presented a predominantly flat parcour all the way to the foot of […]

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Evans rides to 18th in the first mountain test at the Giro d’Italia U23

After a really bad day marked by the crashes of some of our riders, the Giro d’Italia U23 headed towards its first mountaintop finish of the 2019 edition. Sadly, Kaden […]

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Tough weekend at the Giro U23

We had a rough run at the Giro d’Italia in the past two days. On Saturday, a predominantly flat stage set the tone for a potential bunch sprint. Despite a […]

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Groves & Schelling stay in the Top 10 GC after day 1

Yesterday’s prologue set the tone for the 2019 edition of the Giro d’Italia. Just 3,3 km long, it was set to be an all-out effort all the way to the […]

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Peák: “I want to win a stage in the Giro”

Tomorrow in Riccione, the Giro d’Italia U23 will kick off. It will be a tough 10-day fight, in which we will put everything we have into showing the best version […]

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Groves: “I’d love to take one or two stages in the Giro U23”

With 5 UCI wins under his belt, our Kaden Groves is putting in the final touches of his preparation ahead of the Giro d’Italia U23. The double stage winner in […]

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Hoole and Meeus rode into the Top 20 in Roubaix

Paris Roubaix it is always one of the main targets of our calendar, and this year was not an exception. With more than 25 km of cobbled sections ahead, the […]

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Kooistra & the Academy dominate Regiobank Kersenronde

Yesterday’s Regionbank Kersenronde featured the fourth round of the U23 Road Series. We arrived to the race with already one win in our bag, as Jordi Meeus won in GP […]

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Arensman on Roubaix: “I’ll fight for the win”

After a tough beginning of the season, where a broken collarbone kept him out of the racing scheme for some weeks, Thymen Arensman is getting back to his best level. […]

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Schelling sixth in Isard; Dainese fourth in Haute France

Like yesterday, it was yet again another action-packed day for the Academy as we participated in two stage in French soil at the same time. The third day of the […]

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Schelling moves to seventh overall in Ronde de l’Isard

After yesterday’s win in the opening stage of the Ronde de l’Isard, we started the day with the yellow jersey in the shoulders of Kaden Groves. Today’s stage presented a […]

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Kaden Groves takes the win in Ronde de l’Isard stage 1

We kicked off the Ronde de l’Isard 2019 as defending champions, following a successful weekend last year that powered our Alumni Stevie Williams to the overall win. It was a […]

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Schelling: “I expect that we will fight for the win again”

“I am feeling in shape and confident to go for a good result in Ronde de l’Isard”. Short and clear, our 21-year old Dutchman hopes for a good one in […]

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Weekend recap

It was an action-packed weekend for the Academy as we featured the start line of U23 Road Series GP Arjaan Schipper on Saturday as well as Flèche Ardennaise on Sunday. […]

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Groves 2nd in Frankfurt; Wrap up of the Tour de Bretagne

After a great week of racing around the French region of Bretagne, we faced the last stage before wrapping up the 2019 edition. The race featured, as per usual, and […]

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Hat-trick for Dainese

Today’s stage at the Tour de Bretagne featured a 171 km long parcour between Le Ferre and Plurien, including four categorized clibms spaced by just 28 km. As per usual […]

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Dainese crashes and loses GC lead

After two successful days in controlling the race as the leader’s jersey was on the shoulders of Alberto Dainese, the Academy committed again to try to deliver our Italian talent […]

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Dainese makes it two in a row at Tour de Bretagne

After yesterday’s win and GC takeover by Alberto Dainese, our rider had the responsibility of dominating today’s third stage all the way to Guegon. Our riders played it smart and […]

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Dainese, stage and GC lead in Tour de Bretagne

After yesterday’s tough start, marked by crashes in the crucial moments of the stage, our riders hit the road in today’s stage two with the goal of redeeming themselves from […]

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Bad luck strikes the Academy in Tour de Bretagne’s opener

Today we kicked off the Tour de Bretagne, one of the most important stage races in our calendar. We come back to this edition with high hope and ready to […]

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Dainese 5th in Arno; Groves 8th in Liège

It was an action-packed day as we started in cycling’s monument Liège-Bastogne-Liège U23 and Netherlands’ Arno Wallaard Memorial. In Belgium, our riders showed their commitment to the cause early on […]

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Circuit des Ardennes recap

The last day at the Circuit des Ardennes awaited with a double stage, the first one featuring a bit less than 60 km. After a hectic start, three riders broke […]

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Meeus wins in Tombroek; Groves in GC contention in Circuit

It was an action-packed day as the Academy had representation in three different races today. Alberto Dainese, Daan Hoole and Marten Kooistra were up for Ronde van Vlaanderen u23 today. […]

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Groves wins the opening stage in Circuit des Ardennes

The Circuit des Ardennes kicked off with a long 188 km long stage. The day was off to calm start and quickly two riders escaped from the main group and […]

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Thymen Arensman will return in Circuit des Ardennes

Just before our season kicked off in early March, our Thymen Arensman suffered a crash during training that resulted in a broken collarbone, forcing our talented Dutchman to postpone his […]

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Groves makes it two in Triptyque’s last stage

After yesterday’s double sector, the bunch faced one last stage before wrapping up the 2019 edition of the Triptyque des Monts et Chateâux. The stage started with several attackers trying […]

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Hoole and Rasch get into the Top 10 in today’s double sector

After yesterday’s sensational victory by Kaden Groves in the sprint of the opening stage in Triptyque des Monts et Chateâux, today it was the turn for a hard double sector […]

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Kaden Groves takes the win in Triptyque’s opening stage

Today’s opening stage in Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux featured a total of 147,1 km that finished with two local laps to a circuit. The day was off to a […]

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Two stage wins & the green jersey after a week in Normandie

We arrived at the last stage of the 2019 Tour de Normandie with two stage wins under our belt as well as Alberto Dainese wearing the green jersey as the […]

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Dainese sprints to fifth in Normandie and stays in green

After yesterday’s strong win by Bárnabas Peák and Alberto Dainese sprinting to second, we were ready to fight again for our third win in this edition of the Tour de […]

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Peák powers to a solo win in Tour de Normandie

Today’s arrival to Bagnoles de l’Orne brought sweet and nice memories to the Academy expedition as current Education-First rider and Academy alumni, Julius van den Berg, won there last year. […]

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Dainese wins the bunch sprint, and takes 4th in the day

Today’s stage presented a 173 km long parcour with a predominantly flat local circuit. The race was off to a fast start with several riders trying to make it up the […]

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Chaotic day in Normandie with Meeus spriting to third

After yesterday’s win by Alberto Dainese, which also catapulted him to the top of the General Classification, today’s stage was presented as a tough one for our guys. The Italian […]

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Dainese takes the win and moves to the GC lead in Normandie

Today’s stage in Tour de Normandie presented a predominantly flat 170 km long parcour, with a final local circuit that was set to see the race finish in a bunch […]

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Dainese takes second in the opening day in Normandie

Today it was the start of our first stage race of the season, Tour de Normandie. The 7-day long stage race kicked off with a 159 km long stage, which […]

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SEG Racing Academy is looking for a Strategy Director through PC game

AMSTERDAM – The UCI Continental team SEG Racing Academy is utilizing the Pro Cycling Manager 2018 (PCM) PC game by Cyanide Studio to look for a Strategy Director. On Saturday, […]

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Stavrakakis: “Racing on Zwift pushes your limits”

George Stavrakakis is kicking off his second season in the Academy get up. This off-season our 20-year old has featured four times our lineup in KISS Super League races, finishing […]

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Rasch takes 5th in Houtse Linies and Schelling 11th in RvD

It was an action-packed Sunday for the Academy as we featured the start line of Ronde van Drenthe and Houtse Linies, with the goal of keep on showing ourselves and trying […]

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Jordi Meeus sprints to second in Wanzele Koerse

The first pro-Kermesse of the season was up for grabs today in Belgian soil, as our riders started in Wanzele Koerse. A race that brings back sweet memories from the […]

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Jordi Meeus: “I look back really good on the first weekend of racing”

After several months, two training camps in Loutraki, and thousands of miles on the bike it was about time to be back in the Belgian and Dutch one-day races. Jordi […]

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Solid Academy performance in our opening weekend

After two training camps in Loutraki and several months of winter training in the legs, it was about time to pin on the numbers for an action-packed weekend of racing […]

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Fleet Complete Cycling Academy – p/b SEG Racing Academy

We are excited to expand the blueprint of our successful Racing Academy to a new dimension. The launch of this new youth initiative, Fleet Complete Cycling Academy, will focus on […]

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Vasilis Anastopoulos looks back to the training camp performance

Once again and for the fifth year in a row, the Academy has moved to Loutraki in the months of January and February in order to properly prepare for the […]

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Kaden Groves sprints to second in Zwift’s Kiss Road Race

The Kiss Road Race powered by Zwift landed to the fourth round out of the ten that are compressed in the competition. The race featured a parcour inspired in the streets […]

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Academy Alumni, Nick Schultz, shines in Herald Sun Tour

The Herald Sun Tour featured the featured the first race of Academy Alumni, Nick Schultz, with WorldTour’s Mitchelton-Scott. The young Australian, who graduated from the Academy in 2016, completed his […]

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Richard Groenendaal to join the Academy as a DS

We are pleased to announce the addition of Richard Groenendaal to our Performance Staff. Richard (Former CX- World Champion) will become our second addition to the staff, after Maarten Tjallingii, […]

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Maarten Tjallingii joins the Academy Performance Staff

We are delighted to announce the addition of Maarten Tjallingii to our Performance Staff. The addition of the former Dutch pro-rider will bring more experience and first-hand knowledge to the […]

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Antunes: “Morale is high and confidence is renewed”

Tour d’Alsace marked the first race of Tiago Antunes in Academy colors as he joined the team as a trainee. Even though he started the year as part of the […]

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Jordi Meeus: “2019 will be an important year for me”

Jordi Meeus joined the Academy as from the 1st of August of 2017 as a trainee. Since he was part the development structure of the team he has not stopped […]

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Hoole: “I am very satisfied with how my season went”

Newcomer to the U23 ranks, Daan Hoole, has enjoyed a strong year in Academy colors. The progression and improvements of the 19-year old have been right on track, exemplified in […]

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Alberto Dainese; The Italian powerhorse

At just 20 years of age, the fast Italian sprinter seized a total of 7 wins in 2018, the last two while already wearing Academy colors as he joined the […]

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The first steps of Barnabas Peak

Barnabás Peák joined the Academy ahead of the 2019 season after completing a traineeship with WorldTour’s Quick-Step Floors. The young Hungarian, who currently holds the double crown as Elite National Champion […]

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The roots of Kaden Groves, Australia’s fastest talent

Kaden Groves has recently finished his 2018 season in China with a bang as he finished third overall in the Tour of China II and took stage wins in the […]

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Team Building Camp Recap

Last weekend the 2019 roster of the Academy gathered together at CTO Eindhoven in order to kick off the upcoming season and meet all the riders and staff members. The […]

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From Down Under to the Academy; Alex Evans’ journey

In February 2018, Alexander Evans showed himself to the big stage cycling fans as he powered to second behind Estaban Chaves, in the mountaintop finish at the Herald Sun Tour’s […]

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Jesper Rasch; from football to cycling

Jesper Rasch landed a spot in the 2019 Academy roster after completing a traineeship with the team at the end of the 2018 season. However, the journey of the talented […]

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The start of Sven Burger

13 years ago Sven Burger rode a mountain bike for the first time around Alkmaar at his brother’s birthday party, and he instantly felt a special connection with it. From […]

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How did Adam Hartley start in cycling?

At just 19 years old, Adam Hartley powered to eighth overall in the Tour d’Alsace after placing second in the team prologue and solidly riding up the Planche des Belles […]

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Tiago Antunes’ early days

Tiago Antunes, joined the Academy the last August the 1st as a trainee, and the upcoming one will be his first full season with our colors. In the last part […]

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Jesper Rasch to stay with the Academy in 2019

We happilly announce that after completing a traineeship with the Academy at the end of the 2018, 20-year old Jeseper Rasch, has secured himself a spot in the 2019 roster […]

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Barnabás Peák joins the Academy in 2019

We are delighted to welcome the talented Barnabás Peák to the Academy ahead of the 2019 season. The 19-year started the year as a member of the UCI World Cycling […]

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Kaden Groves to ride for the Academy in 2019

We are pleased to announce that 19-year old, Kaden Groves, will join the Academy in 2019. The talented Australian rider, who joined Mitchelton Bike-Exchange in June, will take a next […]

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Bol takes third in season’s finale Putte Kapellen

Today’s Putte Kapellen marked our last race of the season, and it has been proved all year long our guys played for the win regardless the field. The Belgian race […]

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Preview Putte Kapellen

All good things must come to an end, and after a hard-fought season we are in front of the last race of our 2018 calendar, Putte Kapellen. Our final race […]

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Kooistra: “I am happy with how the season is going and the way I improved”

Recent Paris Tours U23 winner, Marten Kooistra, has excelled not only on one-day races this season, but also in week-long event like the Olympia’s Tour where he finished second overall […]

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Yes, you can!

Breekt jou het angstzweet uit, zodra je aan afdalen denkt? Dat is geen schande. Zelfs gelouterde profs kampen met dit ongemak. De volgende zeven tips kunnen jouw volgende bergrit een […]

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Schelling took fifth in Red Hook Criterium Milano

Last Satruday our Ide Schelling competed in the Red Hook Criturium in Milano and took home a fifth place overall against some of the strongest in the discipline. The young […]

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Kooistra finishes off a 30 km long solo attack with a win in Paris Tours

Today’s Paris Tours U23 featured our last U23 one-day classic of the calendar, and our riders certainly made it one to remember. The parcours presented a 182 km long challenge […]

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SEG Racing Academy to land in Esports

We are proud to announce that SEG Racing Academy, in partnership with SEG Esports, will launch the first-ever professional virtual cycling team: SEG Racing Academy Esports. The decision to enter […]

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Sven Burger to ride in Academy colors in 2019

We are happy to announce that the talented 21-year old Dutchman, Sven Burger, will join the Academy for the upcoming 2019 season. “I am really honored and excited to become […]

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Bol finishes 10th in Binche and seals a third overall in the Napoleon Cup Games

After nine rounds filled with nail-biting action, today the Napoleon Cup Games held its finale with Binche-Chimay-Binche. The race presented a hilly parcour that featured some cobbled sections that the bunch […]

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Dainese scores his second Academy win in Ronde van Midden Brabant

After the World Championships action, we were back in Academy colors in Netherland’s Ronde van Midden Brabant. The 160 km long presented a predominately flat parcour that saw the riders complete 3 […]

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Bol closes the Top 10 in Famenne Ardenne Classic

In the middle of the World Championships action, the Academy lineup up for the second edition of 1.1’s Famenne Ardenne Classic. The race presented a broken parcour with several short steep […]

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Jordi Meeus takes the win 1.1’s Gooiske Pijl

After yesterday’s action in Tour de l’Eurométropole, we were back in action with 1.1’s Gooiske Pijl. The race was off to a fast start, with dangerous moves being done from […]

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Solid Academy performance in Tour de l’Eurométropole

The Academy talents sealed a solid performance in 1.HC’s Tour de l’Eurométropole in a field mainly composed of WorldTour and ProContinental teams. The parcour was predominantly flat but a series of short […]

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Adam Hartley will ride for the Academy in 2019

We are happy to announce that Adam Hartley will join the Academy from 2019 onwards. The British climber feels excited and happy ahead of the opportunity, after having a tough […]

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Schelling on fixed gear racing: “I am learning a lot and becoming a better rider”

Last month we announced that SEG Racing Academy was set to ride in fixed gear criteriums in the NL Crit Series with the aim of participating in the Red Hook […]

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Edoardo Affini will join Mitchelton – Scott

Edoardo Affini will become the fourth Academy graduate of 2018 as he will move up to the WorldTour with Team Mitchelton-Scott. This way the 22-year old Italian will complete his dream of […]

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Edo Affini: “We have done everything properly ahead of the Worlds”

Our Edoardo Affini it is no stranger in fighting for the win when it comes down to a time trial, in fact, he has done it four times this season […]

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Julius van den Berg: “I will give my 200% at the U23 Worlds”

Current Team EF Education First – Drapac p/b Cannondale rider and Academy Alumni, Julius van den Berg, has been selected by the Dutch National Team to compete in the time […]

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Marten Kooistra seals a second overall at Olympia’s Tour

After six hard stages spaced in five days, the Olympia’s Tour was set to have today its finale today. We started the day with Marten Kooistra, who won yesterday’s morning […]

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Kooistra and Schelling sit on the overall podium with one stage to go

Today’s double-action day at the Olympia’s Tour presented a tough challenge to the whole peloton. The morning sector featured a fast 100 km long ride, and quickly after the flag […]

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Action-packed day for the Academy with Meeus in the podium

It was an action-packed day for the Academy as we were present in Netherland’s Olympia’s Tour, as well as in Belgium’s Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen. At Olympia’s Tour our guys lined […]

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Jordi Meeus closes the Top 5 today in Olympia’s Tour

Today’s stage 3 in Olympia’s Tour featured a total of 184 km that joined Gieten with Hellendorn, which was the longest stage of the race so far. The day was […]

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Preview Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen

Tomorrow our riders will lineup in Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen, a 186 km long race in Belgium that will see the peloton tackle the same local circuit a total of 17 times. […]

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Kooistra takes second in the second day of the Olympia’s Tour

Yesterday’s opening stage, which was marked by the strong wind, saw three Academy riders power into the Top 10 of the day and overall of the 2018 Olympia’s Tour, with Ide […]

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Ide Schelling sprints to second in Olympia’s Tour opener

The 2018 edition of the Olympia’s Tour kicked off today in Assen, with a 127 km long stage that started and finished in the same city and featured mainly a […]

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Olympia’s Tour preview

The 6-day long Olympia’s Tour will kick off in Assen in two days time with a flat stage that will see the fastest sprinters fighting for the first leader’s jersey. […]

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Aussie talent Alexander Evans will ride in Academy colors in 2019

We are really proud to announce that Australian talent, Alexander Evans, will join the Academy for the 2019 season. The 21-year old, who is currently completing a traineeship with BMC […]

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Q&A with Thymen Arensman post Tour de l’Avenir

Thymen Arensman finished yesterday in second overall in the Tour de l’Avenir, in which was his first ever participation in the iconic French U23 race. The 18-year old has had […]

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Alberto Dainese will ride for the Academy

We are delighted to announce that Alberto Dainese will join the Academy. The 20-year rider will follow the footsteps of fellow Italian compatriot, Edoardo Affini, and will join the team […]

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Jordi Meeus and Jan Maas ride into the Top 10 in RVMNL

Today’s Ronde van Midden Nederland featured the sixth and last round of the Holland’s Cup, with a 190 km long parcour with start and finish in Utrecht. The race was […]

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Jordi Meeus finishes in the front at Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic

Today’s Veenendaal-Veenendaal Classic presented a 191,5 km long parcour over predominantly flat roads and a strong field of riders. The race was off to a quiet start as the 4-man […]

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Cees Bol takes the 32nd Academy win in Ronde van de Achterhoek

Today’s Ronde van de Achterhoek presented a 190 km long parcour, which included several gravel sections from Groenlo to Gendringen. The race was off to a quiet start with three riders […]

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Kooistra takes 4th and Bol 7th in Koga Slag om Norg

Today it was the turn of one of the most special races of the season, Koga Slag om Norg. It’s gravel sections always presents a challenging parcour not only for […]

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SEG Racing Academy to join Fixed Gear criteriums

We are really excited to announce that the Academy will compete in some NL Series Criteriums with the goal of participating in Red Hook Milano at the end of the […]

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Williams spends the day in the break in the last stage in Alsace

Today’s stage presented the last challenge in the 5-day long Tour d’Alsace. After two hard days in the mountains, today’s profile presented a more flat profile, even though that there […]

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Arensman rides in the break in the queen stage in Alsace

After yesterday’s mountaintop finish up the Planche des Belles Filles, today it was the turn of the queen stage of the Tour d’Alsace. Today the peloton faced the hardest stage […]

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Hard day up La Planche des Belles Filles

One of the hardest stages of the Tour d’Alsace was up for grabs today. The 143 km long parcour included a total of five categorized climbs along the way and […]

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Ide Schelling takes fourth in Alsace

After yesterday’s opening three-man team time trial, where our trio formed by Jordi Meeus, Marten Kooistra and Stevie Williams powered to third, it was the turn of the first road […]

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Jesper Rasch joins the Academy as a trainee

Jesper Rach will join the Academy as a trainee from August the 1st until the end of the season. The 20-year Dutchman will combine some races with the Academy as […]

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Preview Tour d’Alsace

After a short period away from the racing scheme and a training camp in the region, the Academy is back in action in Tour d’Alsace. The French race will hold […]

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Tiago Antunes will join the Academy in 2019 and will also join the team as a trainee

Tiago Antunes is the first signing of the Academy for 2019 and will also join the team as a trainee from August the 1st.  The 21-year will combine his racing […]

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Cees Bol will move to the WorldTour with Team Sunweb

Cees Bol will move up to the professional ranks with WorldTour’s Team Sunweb. After a really solid 2018, where he seized wins in races like Tour de Bretagne, Flèche Ardennaise […]

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Stevie Williams will step to the WordTour with Team Bahrain Merida

Our Welsh climber, Stephen Williams, will join WorldTour’s Bahrain Merida from August the 1st as a trainee followed by a 2-year deal. The 22-year old, who seized the overall victory […]

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Edoardo Affini is ready to shine in the U23 European Championships

Tomorrow our Edoardo Affini will compete in the Italian national team colors in the U23 European time trial, a race in which he powered to fourth last year. The strong […]

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Jan Maas will become a trainee for Team LottoNL-Jumbo

Our 21-year old Jan Maas will move up to the pro ranks as a trainee with the Dutch WorldTour team Team LottoNL-Jumbo. Maas, who played the super-domestic role in service […]

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Peter Lenderink retires from cycling

Saturday’s U23 Dutch Nationals road race was the last race of Netherland’s Peter Lenderink. The 22-year old has decided to step aside from cycling because of a vasoconstriction in his groin […]

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The Academy dominates the Nationals; Van den Berg and Kooistra go 1-2

The Academy came into Bergen with the goal of dominating again the U23 Dutch Nationals after seizing back-to-back titles in 2016 and 2017, being Fabio Jakobsen the one who wore […]

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Julius van den Berg will join Team EF Education First – Drapac p/b Cannondale in a mid-season transfer

Julius van den Berg will be joining Team EF Education First p/b Cannondale as of July the 1st in a mid-season transfer that will see our Dutch all-rounder move up […]

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Julius van den Berg: “I have the fastest TT bike”

One year after seizing the U23 Dutch time trial title, Julius van den Berg is ready to fight again for the red, white and blue stripes. The Dutch all-rounder looks […]

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Bol stays in the lead of the Napoleon Games Cup

Today’s Halle Ingooigem featured the sixth round of Belgium’s Napoleon Games Cycling Cup. The parcour featured almost 200 km through a predominantly flat course between the Belgian towns of Halle and […]

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Performance Anaylsis Giro d’Italia U23

The Giro d’Italia U23 was a successful one for the Academy as we wrapped up the race with two stage wins, two days in pink, two riders within the Top […]

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Preview Halle-Ingooigem

After some tough racing action during the 10-day long Giro d’Italia U23, the team will be back in the racing scheme tomorrow in Belgium’s Halle-Ingooigem. The race presents a predominantly […]

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Stevie Williams finishes the Giro U23 in fifth overall

The tenth and last day of the Giro d’Italia U23 featured a double stage day that was set to decide the overall classification. The morning stage joined the towns of […]

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Double action day in Italy and Belgium

Today was yet another double action day for the Academy as we were in the eighth stage of the U23 Giro d’Italia as well as in Belgium’s Dwars door Het […]

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Williams takes the win and gets closer to the GC lead

Today’s stage presented a profile that perfectly suited our climber’s skills, and they did not disappoint. Starting in Schio, the peloton had to face a total of 137 km, which […]

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Preview Dwars door het Hageland

Tomorrow our riders will face the fifth round of the Napoleon Games Cup, Dwars door het Hageland. The 194 km long course will present a really challenging parcour from Aarschot to Diest. The […]

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Williams stays third on GC after a really tough day

Today’s stage presented a 120 km long, which featured two categorized climbs within the last 50 kilometers of the day. The parcour between Dimaro Folgarida and Pergine Valsugana presented the easiest […]

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Williams takes the overall lead after powering to second in the day

Yesterday’s was the first real test for the GC contenders as the stage finished all the way up a first category climb. Today was no different, it featured three categorized […]

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Williams moves to fourth overall after stage four

Today’s stage featured the first mountaintop finish of the 2018 Giro d’Italia U23. The Passo Maniva, a first category climb, awaited for the riders with slopes that overcome the 15%. […]

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Van den Berg wins in MBPO; Affini spends the day in the break in the Giro

It was an action-packed day for the Academy as today we were in the start line of Holland Cup’s Midden-Brabant Poort Omloop as well as in the third stage of […]

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Safe day in the Giro U23

Today’s stage between Nonantola and Sestola presented a flat and easy parcour in the first part of the stage, but it was followed by 60 km of broken and tough […]

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Hectic day and fast day in the Giro d’Italia U23

After yesterday’s amazing prologue, where three Academy riders ended up within the Top 20 of the day and Edo Affini took the win and the first Maglia Rosa, it was […]

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Edo Affini wins the prologue and is the first leader of the Giro U23

The Giro d’Italia U23 kicked off today with a fast and short prologue around the streets of Forli, that will host tomorrow’s start as well. The 4,4 km was the […]

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Preview Giro d’Italia U23

Tomorrow one of the most important races of the calendar, the U23 Giro d’Italia, will kick off in Forli with a 4,4 km long prologue. The race presents a really […]

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Anastopoulos: “All six riders come into the race in the best physical condition possible”

The Academy has been off to a great start of the season, seizing already more than 20 wins, and being in the front in races like Tour de Normandie, Tour […]

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Lezyne becomes the official safety partner of the Academy

We are delighted to announce that SEG Racing Academy and Lezyne have reached an agreement that will make the USA-based company the official safety partner of the team. Lezyne will provide […]

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Teamwork delivers Cees Bol to fifth in Heistse Pijl

Today’s Heistse Pijl presented a 194 km long parcour in a predominantly flat course. The race was off to a fast start with multiple attacks and attempts to make it to […]

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Preview Market Heistse Pijl

After some hectic racing action in last Sunday’s Paris Roubaix, the Academy will pin on the numbers again tomorrow in Belgium’s 1.1 Market Heistse Pijl. The race presents a predominantly flat […]

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Julius van den Berg: “I am really happy with how the season is going so far”

Julius van den Berg has been off to an impressive season start. The 21-year old Dutchman holds already four wins under his belt in 2018 and has scored in races […]

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Van den Berg and Arensman take second and third in Paris Roubaix U23

Today’s hell of the north presented almost 200 km of constant fighting, high speed and tireless attacking. The race was off to a really fast start with several attacks and […]

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Affini: “Our goal will be to do everything in our power to be the first into the velodrome”

Sunday’s Paris Roubaix will see Edoardo Affini’s first ever participation in the U23 version of the Hell of the North. The 21-year old Italian feels calm and excited ahead of […]

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The Academy wraps up an amazing week with the overall win in l’Isard and a podium in GP Marcel Kint

An unforgettable week for the Academy was wrapped up in the best possible way by our talents. Stevie Williams sealed the overall win in the first European U23 stage race […]

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Williams keeps the yellow jersey safe with one day to go

Today’s stage between Lévignac and Boulogne-sur-Gesse featured a totally different type of parcour than the two previous days. The never stopping ups and downs on the road to the finish […]

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Back-to-back wins for Williams who extends the race lead

After yesterday’s stage win and race leadership, our riders faced today’s stage two with the pressure of defending Stevie Williams’ leader’s jersey. The stage featured a mountaintop finish, with almost […]

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Williams wins the stage and takes yellow in Ronde de l’Isard

The 2018 edition of Ronde de l’Isard kicked off with a hard stage that featured none other than the Col du Portet d’Aspet and an uphill finish to Eycheil. The […]

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Preview Ronde de l’Isard

Tomorrow the Academy will kick off in Lorp-Sentaraille its participation in the 2018 edition of the famous Ronde de l’Isard. Four days of hard racing and steep long climbs await the riders, […]

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Van den Berg and Bol go 1-2 in an amazing team performance in Ronde van Noord-Holland

After yesterday’s Ronde van Overijssel, where Cees Bol took fifth, it was the turn for Profronde van Noord-Holland as our second and last race of this action-packed weekend. The race […]

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Cees Bol sprints to fifth in Ronde van Overijssel

Today’s Ronde van Overijssel marked our first race of the action-packed weekend that the Academy will enjoy in the Netherlands that will be completed tomorrow with Ronde van Noord-Holland. The […]

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Preview Ronde van Overijssel & Ronde van Noord Holland

After some hard but successful racing in Tour de Bretagne and Flèche Ardennaise, the Academy colors will be back on the road with an action-packed weekend in the Netherlands. Saturday’s […]

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Anastopoulos: “Being the best team in Normandie and Bretagne shows the strength of the Academy”

After several hard working months behind the scenes, the Academy has been off to a strong season start. A total of 15 wins after just two months of racing do […]

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Cees Bol takes Flèche Ardennaise

A total of nine côtes throughout 180 km was what awaited the riders in the 2018 edition of Flèche Ardennaise. The race, with start and finish in Herve, feature plenty […]

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Preview Flèche Ardennaise

A total of nine côtes through the 180 km long parcour await the riders in the 2018 edition of Flèche Ardennaise. Last year the Academy was off to a great […]

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Williams is ready to take on Flèche Ardennaise

After a hard week of racing in Tour de Bretagne, our team is set and ready to fight for yet another win in Flèche Ardennaise. Last year the team was […]

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Bol powers to fourth overall in Bretagne and Kooistra takes third in Frankfurt

It was an action-packed day for the team as aside from the last stage in the week-long Tour de Bretagne, seven of our talents were in the start line of […]

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Van den Berg takes our second in a row in Tour de Bretagne

Today’s stage presented a short but intense 150 km long battle starting with a hilly part before being followed by a tough and hard final circuit, that the race had […]

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Cees Bol wins Tour de Bretagne’s stage 5

Today’s stage between Colpo and Plancoët featured a 155 km long stage finishing with five local laps with a hilly profile. The stage followed the same script as the four previous […]

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Bol and Williams sprint into the Top 10 after an amazing team performance

Yesterday’s stage saw the bunch complete the longest day in the 2018 edition of the Tour de Bretagne, as well as our Edoardo Affini climbing all the way to third […]

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Affini takes third in the day and moves up in GC

Today’s stage between Baden and Clohars-Carnoët featured the longest day on the bike for the peloton racing the 2018 edition of the Tour de Bretagne. The race was off to hard […]

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Cees Bol takes sixth in the second stage in Bretagne

After yesterday’s opening stage today the bunch had to face a total of 180 km starting in Louisfert and finishing with five local laps in Plougoumelen. Once again the race was […]

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Affini spends the day in the break and Bol sprints to sixth

Today’s 160 km long stage between the French towns of Châteaubriant – Louisfert marked the opening day of the 2018 edition of the Tour de Bretagne. After several attempts to jump […]

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Preview Tour de Bretagne

Less than 24 hours left before the Tour de Bretagne kicks off in Brient. The stage will feature a total of seven stages with hilly and tough parcours, that combined with […]

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Cees Bol sprints to second in Arno Wallaard Memorial

Arno Wallaard Memorial featured our only races this weekend, ahead of next week’s Tour de Bretagne. The 184 km long course, was divided into two big loops before the peloton […]

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Preview Arno Wallaard Memorial

A total of 184 km in a predominantly flat parcour await the riders tomorrow in the Arno Wallaard Memorial. The race will feature two long loops (76 km) before entering […]

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Bol: “We will have the strongest lineup in Tour de Bretagne”

Winner of the Wanzeel Koerse, second in a stage in Tour de Normandie and runner up in the overall classification of the Circuit des Ardennes. Cees Bol’s presentation card for […]

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Thymen Arensman: “I expect to learn a lot this season”

After a great run in the cross season, where he powered to third in his first ever U23 Dutch Nationals and and performed consistently in the World Cup, Thymen Arensman […]

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Ide Schelling takes fourth in a superb team effort in LBL

One of the most important one-day races of our calendar was up today. With a total of 173,4 km and 9 côtes awaiting the riders the U23 version of cycling’s […]

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Preview Liège-Bastogne-Liège

The time has finally come, and the team is more than ready to tackle the short steep climbs that feature the parcour of one of the five cycling monuments, Liège-Bastogne-Liège. […]

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Ide Schelling: “Our goal will be to win LBL”

Second year U23, Ide Schelling, has been off to a strong start of the season. He dominated the Loutraki Challenge by winning the uphill time trial and placing second in […]

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Cees Bol finishes second overall in Circuit des Ardennes

Today’s last day in France’s Circuit des Ardennes featured a hard and hill double sector before wrapping up the 2018 edition of the race, with our Cees Bol starting the […]

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Cees Bol takes second in the day and moves to third in GC

After yesterday’s opening day, it was the turn of the second of Circuit des Ardennes that featured a total of eight categorized climbs. The team was down to four riders […]

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Bol opens Circuit des Ardennes spriting to fourth in the day

A 172 km long stage was set to open the 2018 edition of the Circuit des Ardennes, and it wasn’t a bad one for us. Today’s ride featured a total […]

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Preview Circuit des Ardennes

Tomorrow five of our riders will be in the start line of France’s Circuit des Ardennes. Short and steep climbs will be featured in the four stages that the race […]

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Williams is ready to take on the Ardennes

Short steep hills will be on the menu for our riders in the coming two weekends as the team will be competing in Circuit des Ardennes and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Stevie Williams […]

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Double stage to wrap up Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux

After two tough and hard days a double stage awaited the riders today before wrapping up Le Triptyque des Mônts et Châteaux. The day started off with a 9,6 km […]

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Kooistra stays fourth overall after a hectic stage

After yesterday’s breakaway effort that brought Marten Kooistra to third in the overall classification, our riders were ready for yet another battle on Belgian roads in today’s second stage. The […]

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Day in the break for Kooistra who climbs to third overall

Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux is one of the most important events in the U23 calendar, and what a way to kick it off. The 136 km long parcour that […]

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Preview Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux

After the strong performance that the team put together in Tour de Normandie last week, we are ready to hit the road again with one of the most prestigious races […]

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Affini: “My main goal will be the time trial”

Edoardo Affini will be back in the racing scheme next Saturday as he will start in Belgium’s Triptyque des Monts et Châteux. The strong Italian rider started his season with […]

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Van den Berg is fourth overall and Best Young Rider in Tour de Normandie

Today’s stage final stage started with Julius van den Berg and Cees Bol in contention for the overall win. Both Dutch riders were sitting three and thirty eight seconds away […]

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Van den Berg stays third in GC after a dangerous and hectic day

Yesterday’s stage win brought Julius van den Berg really close to the GC win. With two days reaming and and a strong team ready to help, today’s stage was the […]

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Van den Berg wins the queen stage in Tour de Normandie

Today’s stage was marked as the hardest and most difficult one of the 2018 Tour de Normandie. The 175 km long parcour was filled with two categorized climbs and a […]

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Cees Bol takes fourth in the final bunch sprint

Today’s stage, the fourth one in Tour de Normandie, featured a predominantly flat 155 km long parcour between the towns of Evrecy and Argentan. The multiple attempts to break clear […]

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Van den Berg goes on the attack again as Bol keeps his GC spot

After showing themselves in the two opening stages of the 2018 Tour de Normandie, our riders were ready to keep the positive vibe going in today’s stage three. The race was […]

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Bol stays second on GC after a hectic and windy stage

After yesterday’s strong team effort that ended with Cees Bol taking second in the stage, our riders were up for another fight today. The second stage of the French race […]

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Cees Bol takes second in the opening day in Normandie

Tour de Normandie features our first stage race of the season, and we kicked it off with a strong performance. Today’s 150 km stage opened up the 38th edition of […]

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All set and ready to start the Tour de Normandie

Today we kick off our first stage race of the season, the Tour of Normandie. During the next seven days our riders will be fighting on French roads, starting today […]

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Hard and freezing day in Houtse Linies

After yesterday’s Ronde van Groningen, Houtse Linies featured our second race of another action packed weekend for the team. The day started badly as Ide Schelling and Marten Kooistra did […]

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Hoole is tenth in a survival day in Ronde van Groningen

The 173 km long Ronde van Groningen was the first race that our riders will tackle this weekend. Tough weather conditions were expected prior to the race, and the strong […]

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Another action packed weekend

After a strong season start with three wins in just few days of competition, the Academy is heading into yet another action packed weekend in the Netherlands. Saturday’s Ronde van […]

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The analysis of a win

Last Saturday Marten Kooistra powered to the win in Netherland’s Ronde van Zuid-Holland. The Dutchman showed his form in his first race of the season, sustaining a strong power throughout […]

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Stephen Willams announcement on the Commonwealth Games

Stephen Williams has been selected to represent Wales in the upcoming Commonwealth Games that will be celebrated in Queensland, Australia, between the 4th and 15th of April.  Unfortunately, his participation […]

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Review of a great weekend of racing

We wrapped up the first action packed weekend of the season in style. After Cees Bol’s win in Wanzeel Koerse last Wednesday our guys got into the weekend with high […]

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Marten Kooistra wins Ronde van Zuid-Holland

Ronde van Zuid-Holland marked the first race of our action packed weekend, and what a way to start. The parcour presented a predominately flat route where external factors like wind […]

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Preview of an action packed weekend for the Academy

Saturday’s Ronde van Zuid Holland and Sunday’s Omloop van het Waasland and Dorpenomloop Rucphen will feature an action packed weekend for our riders. The two Dutch races present flat parcours […]

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Cees Bol takes the win in Wanzeel Koerse

Today’s Wanzeel Koerse featured the first kermesse of the season. The race presented a flat 10,3 kilometers long lap that the riders had to tackle a total of 16 times. […]

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SEG Racing Academy and ROKA join forces for 2018

We are really proud to welcome a strong partner of the likes of ROKA to our project. The Austin-born company will become the official eyewear supplier of the team for the upcoming […]

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Maas and Hoole set to debut tomorrow in Wanzele

After Sunday’s Dwars door West Vlaanderen we will be back on Belgian soil for Wanzele Koerse, our second race of the season. The course features a total of 16 laps […]

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Affini and Meeus race into the Top 20 at DDWV

Today’s Dwars door West Vlaanderen marked our first race of the 2018 season. Wind and rain joined the riders since the first kilometers of the day, making the 190 km […]

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Dwars door West Vlaanderen preview

Tomorrow’s Dwars door West Vlaanderen will mark our first season of 2018. After two training camps in Greece everyone in the team is looking forward to get the season underway […]

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Daan Hoole: “We improved a lot in the training camp”

Fresh off his first two training camps with the Academy, Daan Hoole is back home ready to get his first season in the U23 ranks underway. The 19-year old Dutchman […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Dries Hollanders: “We have a really strong team for 2018”

Dries Hollanders joined the Academy as Sports Director and trainer last year. The role of DS was brand new to him, as it was his first ever experience in such […]

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Williams shares his goals and ambitions for 2018

Lightweight climber and Welsh-born, Stevie Williams, is fresh off the first team training camp in Loutraki. “The first camp was great, starting the year with a solid block of training in […]

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Minne Verboom: “I want to become a complete cyclist”

Minne Verboom joined the Academy at the end of 2017 after a very successful last year in the junior ranks, showing that he was one of the strongest in the […]

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Anastopoulos: “I saw a solid team on and off the bike”

Our first team training camp of the year is done and dusted. During 12 days our riders moved to Loutraki where they have been keeping up with his preparations ahead […]

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Ide Schelling: “I feel like this is the best winter training I have ever done”

Ide Schelling joined the team last season as a first year U23 with the main goal of learning as much as possible of his teammates and races in order to […]

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Fleet Complete joins SEG Racing Academy as partner in 2018

We are proud to announce our partnership with Fleet Complete for 2018. Headquartered in Canada and with a European base in Utrecht, The Netherlands, Fleet Complete is a global telecommunications […]

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Arensman takes third in the U23 CX Nationals

While the rest of his teammates are enjoying some shining sun and blue skies in Loutraki, Thymen Arensman raced today in Surhuisterveen the U23 CX Dutch National Championships. Under rainy […]

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Anastopoulos: “This is the time of the year when individuals become a team”

The first get-together of the 2018 roster took place in November in Eindhoven. Fun and team building activities were in the menu, but for the second meeting things will be […]

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Marten Kooistra shares his goals and ambitions for 2018

Marten Kooistra is getting the miles in ahead of his third season with the Academy. The young Dutchman joined the team in 2016 and last season showed himself as a […]

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Peter Lenderink: “I want be a better rider than the one I was before the injury”

Last season was a tough one for Peter Lenderink. After two years at Rabobank Development the talented Dutch rider joined the Academy, but things got off to a bad start […]

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Edoardo Affini was invited to join Quick-Step Floors in their training camp in Calpe

From the past 11th of December to the 21st our Italian talent, Edoardo Affini, was in Spain as he was invited to join WordTour’s Quick-Step Floors in his first training towards […]

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Cees Bol: “I am working hard to get in a better shape than ever before”

The 2016 winner of the Olympia’s Tour winner had a tough first season with the Academy, as a home injury made him sit out for most of the season. A […]

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Jan Maas: “A win in an UCI race will be my main goal”

Jaan Maas is the whole package. The young Dutchman is not only a very talented bike rider, but also a very smart student who just graduated. “Now that I am […]

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Thymen Arensman: “In the Academy everything is more serious and professional”

Cyclocross, time trials, punchy climbs… Thymen Arensman can do it all! The 17-year old joined the Academy this winter and he is training ahead of his first season in the […]

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Van den Berg: “My goal for 2018? Easy, winning”

“My goal for this season is winning!”. That is Julius van den Berg’s aim for 2018, you can say it louder but you won’t be make it any more clear. […]

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De Vries: “I had the perfect racing program at the Academy”

Hartthijs de Vries made his way to the Pro Ranks as he will be racing for the Dutch Pro Continental squad Team Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij, but 2017 was a tough one […]

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George Stavrakakis will complete the Academy’s roster for 2018

We are happy to welcome Georgios Stavrakakis to our 2018 roster. The 19-year old, who claimed the 2016 Junior European Individual Pursuit title, had been already for followed by our […]

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Meeus: “It feels like I could make some big steps in the coming months”

Jordi Meeus joined the team as a trainee last August the 1st and is now set to begin his first complete year with the Academy. The 19-year old made his […]

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Team building training camp recap

Last weekend team building training camp featured the first get-together of the squad that will represent the Academy throughout the 2018 season. A weekend packed with bonding activities helped staff, riders […]

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Michel Cornelisse wordt talent coach en ploegleider bij SEG Racing Academy

 | AMSTERDAM – Michel Cornelisse wordt talent coach en ploegleider bij SEG Racing Academy. De ex-coureur komt over van Team Roompot – Nederlandse Loterij. In mei van dit jaar was Cornelisse […]

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Michel Cornelisse joins the Academy as Sports Director and talent coach

 | AMSTERDAM – Michel Cornelisse will become talent coach and Sport Director at SEG Racing Academy. The former pro cyclist joins us from Team Roompot – Nederlandse Loterij. Last May, Cornelisse […]

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Loutraki Training Camp

From 19 – 26 FebruaryThe 2017 season may have come to an end this week with our last race, Putte-Kapellen, but we are already looking forward to our next races! […]

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Van den Berg sprints to 15th in the last race of the season

Today’s 184 km that featured Belgium’s Putte Kapellem, were our last racing kilometers of the season. The course presented a tough and quick local circuit of a length of 16,7 […]

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Stevie Williams takes 15th in Famenne Ardenne Classic

Today our guys took part in the first ever edition of Wallonia’s Fammene Ardenne Classic. The 195 km long parcour started and finished Marche-en-Famenne and featured up to nine categorized climbs […]

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Hartthijs De Vries sprints to fourth in Paris Tours

Today’s Paris Tours marked our last U23 race of the 2017 calender. The 187 kilometers long course started in France’s Bonneval and took place all the way to Tours, including […]

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Bol: ” I’m back in good shape and ready to enjoy a nice race”

Tomorrow’s one-day classic, Paris Tours, will mark the last U23 race in our racing calendar of 2017. This French race will set a milestone for our Cees Bol, as the […]

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Maas and De Vries ride into the Top 10 in Gooikse Pijl

After a break for some action in the World Championships, our guys were back on the Academy’s colors for today’s Gooikse Pijl. The one-day Belgian classic featured a 198 kilometers […]

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The Academy signs Thymen Arensman for the upcoming two years

Thymen Arensman, the current junior Dutch Cyclocross champion, will join the team for the next two seasons starting in 2018. The 17-year has finished his time as a junior and […]

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More young talent as Minne Verboom will join the team in 2018

We are beyond happy to announce that Minne Verboom will join the Academy from 2018 on wards. “I think that it is the biggest development team and they ride in […]

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Four representatives in the U23 World Championships

Four of our riders will represent their national countries in tomorrow’s road road in the U23 World Championships. The riders will go through a 19,1 kilometers long circuit located in […]

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Daan Hoole signs with the Academy for the next two years

We are happy to announce that Daan Hoole will join the Academy for the next two seasons. After a successful last year as a junior during which Daan showed to […]

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Affini powers to eighth in the Worlds Championships TT

Edoardo Affini put on a great performance in today’s individual time trial in the U23 World Championships celebrated in Bergen, Norway. The strong Italian rider hit the road in the […]

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Affini: “I feel good and preparation went as planned. Now it is time to race.”

Our strong Italian rider, Edoardo Affini, will roll off the ramp today at the U23 World Championships time trial. The 21-year old will face a tough 37 kilometers long parcour […]

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We wrap up the Top Competitie with Maas taking fifth in Eurode Omloop

Eurode Omloop feature the last round of the 2017 Top Competitie’s race. With start and finish in Markt the riders had go around an almost 13 kilometers long circuit a […]

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Trainee Jordi Meeus takes fourth in Amersfoort Groeistad Klassieker

Today’s Amersfoort Groeistad Klassieker was the first round of our action packed weekend of one-day races in the Netherlands. A 180 kilometers long route awaited the riders, in a day […]

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Academy Alumni Schultz and Bouwman got around La Vuelta

It was a tough journey, but our two Academy Alumni that took part in this year’s Vuelta made it all the way to the finish line in Spain’s capital, Madrid, […]

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We finish as the best team and three riders in the Top at Olympia’s Tour

Today’s stage 6 at Olympia’s Tour joined the Dutch towns of Margraten and Noorbeek with a 173,3 km long loop. Today’s course was categorized as the hardest day of the […]

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Jakobsen sprints to third in Olympia’s Tour stage 5

After scoring back-to-back wins in the last two stages, it was time to get back to work ahead of Olympia’s Tour stage 5. Today’s course featured 129 km with start […]

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Back-to-Back wins for Fabio Jakobsen at Olympia’s Tour

After yesterday’s win, today it was turn to keep fighting at Olympia’s Tour stage 4. The bunch had on the menu a fast and flat stage with start and finish […]

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Jakobsen grabs his eighth win of the season at Olympia’s Tour

After two third places in a row our guys hit the road today ready to keep fighting for the victory in Olympia’s Tour stage 3. The first display of commitment […]

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Kooistra is third in the stage as Affini stays third on GC

Today’s stage at Olympia’s Tour presented a flat 124 km long parcour with start and finish in Assen. Only 3 km into the race our riders took control of the […]

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De Vries signs a 2-year deal with Team Roompot

Hartthijs de Vries will move up to the pro ranks as he will join Team Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij for the upcoming two seasons. It was a tough season for the 21-year […]

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Affini is third in Olympia’s Tour prologue

The 2017 edition of the Olympia’s Tour started today with a fast 4,3 km prologue around the streets of Eelde. The course was totally flat and presented a couple of […]

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Edo Affini: “I’m ready for it.”

First timer in the race, Edoardo Affini, is really looking forward to debut at the Olympia’s Tour. Today’s stage suits his specialties as the bunch will face a 4,5 km long […]

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“I’m confident that we’ll do a good race.” says Vasilis Anastopoulos ahead of Olympia’s Tour

Tomorrow we will kick off the last U23 stage race of the season, the Olympia’s Tour. The six-day long competition will start in Eelde with a 4,5 km long prologue […]

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Ninth place for Adriaan Janssen at Echt-Susteren

Today’s Kernen Omloop Echt-Susteren was a special day for our team as our strong Dutchman Peter Lenderink made his return to the racing scheme after undergoing surgery on his groin […]

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Peter Lenderink makes his racing return tomorrow

Tomorrow’s Dutch one-day classic, Echt-Susteren, will set an important milestone for our Peter Lenderink. More than 4 months after undergoing surgery for removing the vasoconstriction in his groin, the strong […]

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Action packed weekend of racing at the Ronde van Midden Nederland

Our guys kicked off an action packed weekend at the Ronde van Midden Nederland yesterday with a 26,7 km long team time trial. The course consisted of two laps around […]

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Hard day out in GP Stad Zottegem

It was a hard day on the bike for our 5-man squad in Belgium’s GP Stad Zottegem. The race was off to a fast start with many attackers trying to […]

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Cees Bol makes his comeback today in Zottegem

Today’s Belgian one day classic, GP Stad Zottegem, marks Cees Bol comeback at racing level. The 2016 winner of the Olympia’s Tour suffered a domestic accident on March 3rd, just […]

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Evensen takes fourth at the Ronde van de Achterhoek

The Dutch Ronde van de Achterhoek was on the menu for our guys today. The course consisted in a predominantly flat parcour that computed a total of 186,4 km including […]

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Two Academy Alumni riding La Vuelta

SEG Racing Academy Alumni Koen Bouwman and Nick Schultz were yesterday in Nîmes for the start of the 2017 Vuelta España. The Dutch climber, who graduated from the Academy in […]

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FABIO JAKOBSEN MOVES TO THE PRO RANKS WITH QUICK-STEP FLOORS

Fabio Jakobsen and SEG Racing Academy have been together ever since the team’s inception back in 2015. Throughout all these years we have celebrated several wins together, but most importantly […]

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Our guys show themselves at the last stage of the Czech Tour

That was a wrap to our participation at the Czech Tour, and our guys did not miss the opportunity of showing the Academy’s flag. After several attempts it was Marten […]

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Maas and Williams get to the line in the main group

After yesterday’s 202 km long stage, today the riders had to face a 186 km long parcour that featured up to six categorized climbs along the way. There was a […]

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A bunch sprint decides the stage 2 at the Czech Tour

Today’s 202 km long stage featured the longest day of the race. The bunch was off to a fast start until a group of five riders broke clear to the […]

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Sixth place in the opening TTT at the Czech Tour

The 2017 edition of the Czech Cycling Tour kicked off in Uničov with a 18,6 km long Team Time Trial. It was a fast parcour with some with some technical section […]

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No luck but bad luck at Omloop het Hageland

Yesterday’s Omloop het Hageland marked the debut of our new trainee, Jordi Meeus. The course presented a mix of cobbles and dust that made the race even tougher for the […]

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Jakobsen sprints to sixth at the U23 Europeans RR

A total of six riders of our team were at the start line of U23 European Championships RR. Today’s race was off to a fast start, with the peloton not […]

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Affini: “I’m very satisfied with my performance and I have no regrets.”

After narrowly finishing in second place at the Italian TT National Championships, Edo Affini had the European Championships as an important target of his season. Only 9 seconds separated Edo […]

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Meeus: “I will try to take as many as possible victories for the team and for myself.”

Tomorrow’s Omloop het Hageland will mark the first ever race of our new trainee, Jordi Meeus, with the SEG Racing Academy kit. The strong Belgian rider defines this race as […]

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Edo Affini is fourth and Van den Berg 15th at the U23 Europan TT Championships

In the second day of the European Championships it was turn for the Men’s U23 TT race. The riders had to tackled a challenging fast course that computed a total […]

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Team commitment brings Jakobsen to the win in Alsace

Today’s stage between Neuf brisach and Dannemarie was the last chance for our riders to show the SEG Racing Academy flag at the Tour de l’Alsace, and what a way to […]

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Queen stage done and dusted in Alsace

Today’s profile presented a big showdown as it was marked as the queen stage of the Tour de l’Alsace. Eight categorized climbs were compressed in the 160 km long route […]

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Jordi Meeus signs as a trainee

We are happy to announce that Jordi Meeus will be part of the team from August 1 on. Jordi has signed a traineeship contract for the rest of the season […]

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Great team performance at the Tour de l’Alsace

Today’s stage was off to a fast and hectic start as but our riders remained focus at all times. A big 18-man breakaway took off quite early in the day […]

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Hard fight all the way up the Planche des Belles Filles

After yesterday’s hectic TTT, the peloton started in Velleminfroy the first road stage of the Tour de l’Alsace. Today’s route held three categorized climbs, with the two first category ones […]

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Fast day as we get Tour de l’Alsace going

It was a fast an hectic ride around the streets of Sausheim. A flat-out 4,7 km long circuit, which the riders tackled in two teams of three, kicked off the […]

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De Vries: “I am happy with how my legs are.”

After recovering of a very scary crash last month during a training ride in Limburg, our Hartthijs de Vries completed his first stage race of the season. The strong Dutchman already […]

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Fighting as the only way of riding

The last day of racing at the Giro valle d’Aosta held an action packed 100 km stage for the riders. The short and explosive ride featured up to 3 categorized […]

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Another day in the break for Edo Affini

Once again we had only three riders at the start of today’s stage three at the Giro valle d’Aosta. But that setback did not stop our guys to try to […]

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Another tough day out in Aosta

It was another hard day out in the Giro valle d’Aosta. The tough parcour presented by the organization, that included six categorized climbs, was a massive one for the peloton. […]

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Edoardo Affini spends the day in the break

After yesterday’s prologue, the 172 km long parcour between Quassolo and Scalaro featured the first road stage of the Giro valle d’Aosta. Four categorized climbs awaited the riders throughout the […]

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Adriaan Janssen will join Lotto NL Jumbo as a trainee

Adriaan Janssen stood at the top of the Best Young Rider classification at Top Competitie’s and secured himself a traineeship at WorldTour’s Lotto NL Jumbo, starting August the 1st.The 21-year […]

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Stevie Williams powers to 13th in the opening prologue

The Giro valle d’Aosta 2017 kicked off today with a hard uphill prologue that joined France’s Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc and Saint-Nicolas de Véroce in 8 km. The hilly parcour featured a […]

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Three riders in the top 10 at TT Emmen

Hard day out for the team in Top Competitie’s TT Emmen. Three of our riders featured the final top 10 of today’s 27 km time trial. The race presented a flat […]

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Affini powers to second at the U23 Italian TT nationals

Our Edoardo Affini raced today the U23 TT Italian Championships and ended the day with a silver medal. The strong Italian rider faced a really tough and hilly parcour which […]

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Fabio takes fifth at Koga Slag om Norg

As expected, the gravel roads of Koga Slag om Norg decided a very hectic day on the bike. The breakaway of the day was quickly formed, and three riders broke […]

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No luck but bad luck at OHN

The peloton was off to a fast start at yesterday’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, as the first hour of racing featured lots of attacking and chasing. The high pace in the […]

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Evensen and Hollanders share his thoughts ahead of Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Tomorrow we will be at the start line of one of the most iconic Belgian classics. Omloop Het Nieuwsblad holds a 170 km long parcour including some of  the most […]

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Strong team performance in the IT Vaals

Our guys put on a great performance as today’s test around Vaals was a difficult one. The 15,5 km long time trial went through a hilly circuit which made it […]

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van den Berg: “It feels really special to win like this.”

Julius van den Berg has been part of the team ever since its inception, and last week the 20-year old achieved his most special victory so far, the U23 Dutch […]

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SEG Racing Academy dominates and wins the Dutch National U23 Championships

What a race it was! We came into the race with the goal of retaining the Dutch Champions jersey. A goal which we confidently achieved. Our riders followed clear and deliberate […]

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Cullaigh: “I want to develop myself as a one-day racer.”

Gabriel Cullaigh will be in the Isle of Man this weekend riding the U23 TT British Championships. The British rider decided to sign for the team last winter because of […]

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JULIUS VAN DE BERG WINS U23 DUTCH NATIONAL TIME TRIAL TITLE

What a way to kick off the Dutch National Championships! Our Julius van den Berg made the most of his good form and claimed the U23 title in Montferland. The […]

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Fighting until the last day at the Giro

That is wrap for us at the 40th edition of the Giro d’Italia U23. The race was off to a fast start, and it took more than an hour of […]

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Cullaigh drops out in the Giro’s hottest day

It was the hottest day in the Giro d’Italia U23, reaching 38°C during the stage. The race presented a challenging parcour that features up to five categorized climbs, including an uphill […]

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Van den Berg eighth in the Giro TT

It was an action packed day for the peloton at the Giro d’Italia U23. The short an explosive morning stage saw the peloton arriving together to the last climb of […]

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Jakobsen takes second in Giro’s stage 4

Once again our riders went for an aggressive ride in today’s stage four of the Giro d’Italia. Gabriel Cullaigh jumped into the break of the day together with two other […]

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We keep on fighting at the Giro

Day three and yet another hectic day of racing at the Giro d’Italia U23. Today’s stage presented a tough parcour that included five categorized climbs but the peloton made it […]

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Day in the break for Williams

It was a fast day on the bike for the peloton in today’s Giro d’Italia U23 stage 2. The breakaway of the day featured up to eight riders, including Stephen […]

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Hectic stage at the Giro

It was a hectic day out at the first stage of the Giro d’Italia U23. The peloton started the 40th edition of the race in Imola, and it didn’t take […]

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Anastopoulos: ” We want to win a stage at the Giro U23″

The Giro d’Italia U23 kicks off today in Imola with a 132 km long stage. Vasilis Anastopoulos, performance manager and DS for the race, talks about the goals for the […]

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Stevie Williams is ready to take on the Baby Giro

Stevie Williams is enjoying his first year at SEG Racing Academy, where he landed attracted for the international calendar that the team offers: “As a young rider is really important […]

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De Vries makes the double at the District Kampioenschap

After seizing the Nord District Kampioenschap TT title last week ,Hartthijs de Vires made the double and won yesterday the road race! The Dutch rider imposed himself and arrived solo […]

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Janssen keeps the Best Young Rider Jersey in Limburg

It was difficult day around Limburg, with plenty of short steep climbs marking today’s parcours. The three-rider breakaway was chased down when the bunch got in the race’s closing kilometres. […]

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De Vries takes the win in the Districts Kampioenschap

Hartthijs de Vries was the fastest rider in the Districts Kampioenschap time trial. The Dutch rider averaged an speed of 47,5 km/h in a 18,4 km long circuit. De Vries was […]

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Fighting until the velodrome

It wasn’t until the first cobbles section of the day that the breakaway finally went clear. They leading group was formed by 11 riders, including our Adriaan Janssen, and were […]

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Dries Hollanders talks about Paris-Roubaix

For the past two days our riders alongside Jens Mouris have been around the roads and cobbled sections of Sunday’s Paris-Robaix for a recon. Dries Hollanders, our DS for the […]

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Medical update on Martijn de Jong

The Dutch rider is currently back home recovering from the injuries suffered at Ronde de l’Isard. After five days in a French hospital, the Dutchman transferred to The Netherlands by […]

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M. Kooistra: ” This race is very special and one of the most beautiful ones I know.”

A crash in the last edition of the Ronde van Vlaanderen U23 resulted in a broken collarbone for Marten Kooistra. Thanks to a lot of work and a speedy recovery, […]

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Double action day for the team

Yesterday we wrapped up the Ronde de l’Isard with a tough a fast stage where our Jan Maas was 15th in the stage and secured his Top 10 place on […]

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Maas and Williams in the Top 10 ahead of the final stage

It wasn’t easy for the breakaway to go clear as the peloton was off to a fast and nervous start in today’s Ronde de l’Isard stage 3. It took almost […]

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Two riders in the Top 10 at Ronde de l’Isard

Today’s stage was off to a fast start as it took more than an hour of racing before the breakaway of the day was clear. The early moved was made […]

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Fabio Jakosbsen wins Ronde van Noord Holland

It was a fast day at Ronde van Noord Holland, and as expected the wind was present from early on. Our riders were always present in the moves and echelons, […]

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Van den Berg is the fastest at the DK TT

Julius van den Berg and Ide Schelling put on some big power and secured first and second in the time trial of the NH District Kampioenschap. This was Julius’ first victory this season […]

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Medical update on Hartthijs de Vries

Last Wednesday Harttijs de Vries suffered an accident while training on the roads of Limburg. The Dutch rider crashed into the back of a car and was taken to the […]

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Stevie Willams takes second at Flèche Ardennaise

The race featured a hectic start as many attacks were done in the first kilometers of the race. A dangerous move with 15 riders, including Julius van den Berg, led […]

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12th place on GC for Julius at Tour de Bretagne

Once again it was a rainy stage at Tour de Bretagne. After a fast start, a group of 28 riders including the race leader and GC contenders went up the […]

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Fabio Jakobsen wins Rund um den Finanzplatz U23

What a day it was today! On German roads, four of our riders took part in the U23 race of the WorldTour’s Rund um den Finanzplatz Eschborn-Frankfurt. After an amazing ride […]

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Julius van den Berg sprints to 6th in Bretagne

A very strong Julius van den Berg got into the breakaway of the day in the very first kilometers of the stage alongside 9 other riders. They kept the gap to […]

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Three Top 20 in Bretagne, and Fabio takes eighth in Meerkerk

Stage 5 of Tour de Bretagne featured a very fast start that led the bunch to complete over 47 km during the first hour of racing. Several attacks and breakaway […]

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Longest day at Tour de Bretagne done

It was a long day on the bike for our guys as stage 4 of Tour de Bretagne featured 198 km. The peloton was off to a fast start and a […]

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Rainy stage at Tour de Bretagne

The bunch was off to a very fast start completing a little bit more of 45 km in the first hour of training. Finally and after several attempts a trio […]

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Gabriel Cullaigh sprints to 16th in Tour de Bretagne stage 2

Today’s stage presented the longest parcour of this year’s edition of the race. A total of 203 km saw the riders go through a very tough day on the bike. […]

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A bunch sprint decides the first stage of the Tour de Bretagne

The stage was off to a calm start and after some attacks in the first kilometers a duo of riders went up the road, being allowed a gap over the […]

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Adriaan Janssen takes 5th and keeps the leader’s jersey

Once again, the peloton was off to a fast start in the streets of Stein. Several attacks and breakaway attempts were made during the first hour of racing, but none […]

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Hard training and tough races are our riders’ daily business. In order to recover and stay healthy every day, they need good and reliable products. This is why we work […]

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Fabio Jakobsen fourth in Arno Wallaard Memorial

It took less than 20 km in today’s Arno Wallamaard Memorial for the wind to break the race into small groups. After a hectic start, our Fabio Jakobsen, Martijn de […]

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Medical update

Cees Bol Due to a concussion as a result of his crash in the beginning of March, Cees Bol is not back on the bike yet. Luckily, he is slowly […]

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Fabio Jakobsen on U23 jersey: “It is very special”

Fabio Jakobsen is really proud to wear the U23 Dutch national jersey: “It is very special. You work hard, spend a lot of hours on the bike and then one […]

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Michiel Elijzen: “We won’t go down without a fight”

This is what our Performance Manager, Michiel Elijzen, has to say regarding tomorrow’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège:“This is one of the most important races of our season. The final is similar to the […]

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Julius van den Berg and Fabio Jakobsen at ZLM Roompot Tour

Coming weekend Fabio Jakobsen and Julius van den Berg will be defending the colors of the Dutch National team. After riding Ronde van Vlaanderen last weekend, now it is time for ZLM Roompot Tour. The […]

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Two-day recon in Liège

One of the most special races of the calendar is right upon us, our riders will be at the start line of Saturday’s Liège-Bastogne-Liège U23. Today, our riders kicked off […]

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Adriaan Janssen: “There are many more races I want to win”

Adriaan Janssen seized his first win of the season last Saturday, after riding solo to the line in the cobbled Omloop van de Braakman. “It was a tough race and it […]

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Strong team performance in today’s individual time trial

The morning stage saw our riders getting down the ramp for the first time trial of the season. The 10km loop around Chièvres did not stop our Edoardo Affini as he […]

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Circuit des Ardennes done and dusted

That’s a wrap for our guys in Circuit des Ardennes!In the short and explosive morning stage, the peloton tackled a 76km long parcour with several climbs along the way. It […]

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Adriaan Janssen wins Omloop van de Braakman

What a day it was today at Omloop van de Braakman! With 50 km to go, the eventual winning move was made by ten riders, including Adriaan Janssen, who went […]

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Williams sprints to fourth in Circuit des Ardennes’ stage 1

After numerous attacks in the first kilometers of the race, a three-man group formed the break of the day. They were allowed a gap of close to five minutes. Our […]

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Jan Maas: “International program, great material and awesome mates”

After riding Belgium’s Triptyque des Monts et Châteux, Jan Maas will be back on the bike for this weekend’s Circuit des Ardennes in France. The 21-year old rider joined the […]

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Hartthijs de Vries finishes in the front group in Triptyque’s stage 2

As expected, today was a hard day out  in Belgium. Four categorized climbs were tackled before the riders got to the final circuit with the cobbled climb of the Châteux […]

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Triptyque stage 1 review

Tough day on the bike for our guys today in Belgium. Our 7 men line up started the Tryptique des Monts et Châteux with a 166 km long stage that […]

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Martijn de Jong: “Focus on development is key for us”

Martijn de Jong is enjoying his second season with the team. He feels he is in the right place to keep growing as a rider. “The development focus is key […]

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Michiel Elijzen: “We can look forward with a lot of confidence”

With several one-day races and the first stage race of the season in the books, our Performance Manager is happy with how the team has ridden so far: “I’m really […]

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Fabio sixth in Normandie; Hartthijs fifth in Gent-Wevelgem

That is a wrap for our first stage race of the season!Today’s stage was off to a fast start as it took a while for the breakaway to being formed. […]

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Gabriel Cullaigh sprints to tenth in Normandie

Another high speed day in the books for our guys as today’s average speed was again above the 44km/h.The sixth stage of the Tour de Normandie  presented a challenging initial […]

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Medical update

Cees Bol Even though he was more than ready to kick off his season, Cees Bol suffered an unfortunate incident at home. A knock on his head resulted in a […]

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Fabio Jakobsen close to the victory again at Tour de Normandie

Today was no easy day for the team in Tour de Normandie. A four men breakaway animated the race early on and led it for most part of the day, but because […]

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Gabriel Cullaigh finishes tenth in stage 4 of Tour de Normandie

It was a cold, rainy and windy day in Tour de Normandie. Stage three kicked off at the foot of a 2 km long hill, and after several attempts the breakaway […]

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Fabio Jakobsen wins stage 2 of Tour de Normandie

Another fast day in Tour de Normandie. As yesterday the peloton rode very fast, and the gap of the four men breakaway never got over two minutes. Our  team was perfectly positioned […]

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Tour de Normandie stage 1 report

It was a very fast day today in Normandie, the hilly 143 km course was completed at an average speed above 42 km/h. But it was not only the high […]

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Fast day in Houtse Linies as Hartthijs takes 12th

Another hard day in today’s Omloop van de Houtse Linies! The wind appeared in the first part of the race and quickly the peloton was reduced to small groups even before […]

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Ninth for Hartthijs de Vries in Ronde van Groningen

It was a tough day around Groningen.  The bunch stood solid for the first part of the race, bringing back all the attacks, but it was the wind the one […]

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Julius van den Berg: “It was my hardest race ever”

“It was my hardest race ever”, says Julius van den Berg after riding 200 km in the break in last weekend’s Ronde van Drenthe.”At first I wanted to wait for the final, […]

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Second place for Fabio Jakobsen in Dorpenomloop Rucphen

Fast day in Dorpenomloop Rucphen today! After one hour of racing the first breakaway went clear. Several attemps were made during the first part of the race, and our guys […]

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200 km in the break for Julius van den berg

The first of our two races of the weekend is done and dusted. Ronde van Drenthe saw our Julius van den Berg jump into the break just a few moments in the […]

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Affini: “SEG Racing Academy is the perfect fit for me”

After kicking off his season last weekend with Ster van Zwolle, Edoardo Affini will be back on his bike tomorrow for an action-packed weekend at Ronde van Drenthe and Dorpenomloop Rucphen. […]

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First weekend of racing – recap

What a start of the season for our guys! Last week, Stephen Williams won the Wattmeister competition. He is now one step closer to a traineeship with Katusha Cycling.On Saturday, Fabio Jakobsen spent […]

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Gabriel Cullaigh takes eighth in GP Lillers

Today’s Grand Prix Cycliste de Lillers has been a tough day out for our team. Not only the challenging profile but also the weather conditions, have made the course harder […]

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Ster van Zwolle: first race, first victory

Ster van Zwolle was our first race of the season and what a race it was! An early 9-man breakaway including Fabio Jakobsen was allowed up to 9 minutes by the […]

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Ide Schelling’s U23 debut

Saturday’s Ster Van Zwolle will feature Ide Schelling’s debut at U23 level. After a succesful last junior season, the 19-year old comes to our team to continue his development. “For me […]

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