Tormans-Circus Cyclo Cross Team welcomes two young talents this winter. Marie Schreiber and Joran Wyseure step up from development team Tormans-Acrog Balen BC.
18 year old Marie Schreiber will start in the U23 category this winter and joins Shana Maes as a seconds woman on the team. The multiple cyclocross, road and time trial Luxembourg champion in the junior category didn’t receive many opportunities to show herself during the Covid period, but with a 2nd place in the only World Cup of the season in Tabor behind teammate Zoe Backstedt and top 20 places in international elite races, Schreiber has shown her capacities. The resident from Luxembourg also finished 7th at the Junior European Road Championships in 2020 and is determined to stand out in her first season in the U23 category.
Joran Wyseure made a good impression at the end of last season by finishing twice in the top 10 in the elite category in Gullegem and Sint-Niklaas. The rider from Lichtervelde was rewarded with a first selection for an international championship and confirmed with a 12th place at the U23 World Championships. The winter before, the 20 year old talent showed promising results in hilly races such as Ronse (3rd), Boom (5th) and the Koppenberg (7th).
Next to two newcomers, Tormans Cyclo Cross Team extended the contracts of Swiss champion Kevin Kuhn, Frenchman U23 rider Théo Thomas and Shana Maes.
Composition Tormans – Circus Cyclo Cross Team:
Quinten Hermans (BEL)
Kevin Kuhn (SUI)
Thomas Mein (GBR)
Corné van Kessel (NL)
Shana Maes (BEL)
Théo Thomas (FRA)
Emiel Verstrynge (BEL)
Joran Wyseure (BEL)
Marie Schreiber (LUX)