Small team with big impact
3 x Top 10 at the World Cup in Leogang and 350 talents from 42 countries are now part of the Trek Future Community
Björn Riley 5th place, Emilly Johnston as well as Mario Bair 9th place and Tamara Wiedmann 18th place at the World Cup in Leogang, Austria - thus the most successful junior team. This is the sporting track record of our team from last weekend. Nils Aebersold and Tobias Lillelund had to fight with the heat and proved a great fighter heart.
Who wants to watch the race highlights again - has the possibility here:
Note: Due to rule changes it is no longer possible to supply the drivers with drinks and water for cooling 2 x per lap. This means additional stress for the drivers. If the bottle is lost during the ride, the necessary hydration is no longer guaranteed.
We hope that those responsible will not lose sight of athlete health.
MTB-News reports about our concept
Athlete health and development - "Yippie" we did it, the largest German-language trade magazine MTB-News reports on our concept. Thank you for the support, the open ear and the great interview. We are looking forward to your comments on the article.
Talent scouting goes global 🌍
While we're on the subject of promoting young talent....
In Lenzerheide, shortly before the start of the World Cup weekend there, we organized a digital seminar for potential interested parties together with Trek Factory Racing and our sponsors Trek and Sram. The response was more than impressive: 500 young athletes from all over the world, from New Zealand to Colombia, the USA, Japan, France, Germany, Austria and Switzerland took part.
"It was a very moving moment for me when I was able to talk about our team principles in front of so many young athletes: Respect & Appreciation and I felt that together we can make a difference," Bernd Reutemann.