Antunes: “Morale is high and confidence is renewed”

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 World Cycling Center roster, he moved back to Aldro Team just before the Ronde l'Isard, in which he climbed to third in the opening stage. "2018 was a tough one for me, I was constantly changing teams and adapting to new environments and conditions. One thing it is certain and is that I learnt a lot by having to overcome difficulties that make…continue reading →
Tiago Antunes’ early days

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 of the 2018 season, the 21-year old Portuguese combined his racing schedule with the Academy together with Spain's Aldro Team. But his journey in the cycling world started way back. "Back in 2005, my parents wanted me to pick a sport so I tried football but after my first training, I realized that it was not my thing. After some months, I tried…continue reading →
Preview Tour d’Alsace

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 5 days of action and will combine a team time trial, sprint stages and mountaintop finishes. The opening day will see the rider compete in a 3-man time team trial that will kick things off ahead of a strong week of racing, in which Fabio Jakobsen seized a stage win in last year's edition. Our trainee, Tiago Antunes, will race for the first…continue reading →
Tiago Antunes will join the Academy in 2019 and will also join the team as a trainee

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 program in his current team, Spain's Aldro Cycling Team, with some races with the Academy starting in Tour d'Alsace in early August. "I chose the SEG Racing Academy because I think that it is the best fit to develop yourself as a rider and get ready to make the step" highlights Antunes, who will become the first ever Portuguese rider to join the…continue reading →