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Grand Prix de Plouay lorient agglo TROPHEE WNT

Proud to host the World Cycling Center Team


A team for the future

To host the World Cycling Center team is in line with the ideas defended by the Grand Prix Plouay - Lorient Agglo - Trophy WNT Women : promote women's cycling and allow emerging countries to succeed in a sport with a bright future. What better project can we have for tomorrow's cycling?

The women's team of the World Cycling Center is at home in Brittany. This season, the UCI riders have already shown the extent of their talent during the Morbihan Classic, the Plumelec Grand Prix and the Tour de Belle Isle en Terre - KreizBreizh. The most international of teams is not lacking in popularity with its smiling champions from all over the worldwho come to progress in their sport.

After already received the commitment of teams from Brazil and Thailand, the Grand Prix of Plouay will receive champions from Switzerland, Ireland, Belarus, Trinidad and Tobago, Paraguay and Ethiopia. Since 2002, the Plouay event will have welcomed cycling champions from 51 different countries ! And that's only the beginning…

Make no mistake, these young women of the World Cycling Center are also the champions of tomorrow. Most are already expected at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020, before those of Paris in 2024.

Six nationalities, three continents

The World Cycling Centre Team presented its first rider list scheduled in Plouay under the direction of the sports director Adam Szabo.

191. Marlen Reusser (Sui, 27). Double Swiss Champion, road and time trial, she has already shone in Brittany this season taking the 11th place on the Grand Prix of Plumelec. Sue can be one of the good surprises of the day.

192. Teniel Campbell (Tto, 21). Dominant at the Tour of Belle Isle in the Land - KreizBreizh Elites Ladies where she won all the stages and the final classification, the young woman of Trinidad and Tobago confirms race after race her arrival at the highest level in the world. Supported by the WCC, she should stand out once again in Plouay.

193. Eyeru Tesfoam Gebru (Eth, 22). Vice-Champion of Africa, she is also progressing to reach the highest level in the world. Plouay will be for her a very beautiful experience.

194. Alice Sharpe (Irl, 24). Also in view this season in Brittany, the Irish Champion should enjoy the Plouay circuit.

195. Agua Marina Espinola (Par, 23). Like her teammates, Paraguayan knows Brittany. She will want to finish the race to gain experience for the rest of her career.

196. Anastasiya Kolesava (Blr, 19). The youngest of the team will also be there to gain experience as she did by being among the best at the recent KreizBreizh Ladies.

The announced substitutes are Fernanda Yapura (Arg) and Desiet Tekeste (Eri).

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