Lorena Wiebes stays with Team SD Worx - Protime through 2028

Lorena Wiebes stays with Team SD Worx - Protime through 2028


Lorena Wiebes has opened her contract with Team SD Worx - Protime and extended it through 2028. "I didn't hesitate for long. I feel completely at home in this team and I also feel that in this environment I can make the necessary steps in the coming years," Wiebes indicated.

The 25-year-old Wiebes still had a commitment with Team SD Worx - Protime through 2025 and was positively surprised when the team came with the proposal to break open the contract. "It is a big compliment for me that the team wants to work with me as far into the future as 2028. I was offered a nice contract, so we quickly reached an agreement."
The Dutch cyclist is known as the best sprint star in the peloton, but she also gets better in the classical work every year. This spring, in addition to stages in the UAE Tour Women, she also won the classics Miron Ronde van Drenthe, Gent-Wevelgem and Scheldeprijs, while finishing second in the Amstel Gold Race.
Wiebes: "I have been racing for this team since 2023. I notice that I have made the necessary steps in this environment and thanks to the good guidance of the team. That I have become a lot stronger has shown last spring with the victory in Gent-Wevelgem as the highlight. The fact that the team has a lot of confidence in me also strengthens me."

For Wiebes, it is also important that world champion Lotte Kopecky has extended her contract with Team SD Worx - Protime through 2028. "I get along well with Lotte. In the races we strengthen each other. How Lotte occasionally pulls the sprint for me is unprecedented. In the classics, I pull up to her. It's a great prospect that we will still be together in a team for the next four years."
Sports manager Danny Stam, who himself also extended his contract with Team SD Worx - Protime through 2028, is delighted that Wiebes will remain on the team for the next four years as well. "Lorena is a real winner. As a sprint star she knows how to win the necessary races, but we also see that she is making huge strides in the classical work. She is eager to learn and get stronger. In addition, she fits well in the team. Often she is an atmosphere creator in the team."

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