The season is still in full swing, but behind the scenes Liv Racing is already working hard with 2022 in mind. Next year the UCI Women’s WorldTeam will once again be able to count on Sabrina Stultiens and Jeanne Korevaar. Both Dutch riders, who have become key members of Liv Racing, have extended their contracts. Stultiens for one year, Korevaar for two years.
Sabrina Stultiens: “You shouldn’t change what is working well. I had my breakthrough on the road with this team and, apart from a short break, have been riding for the team for quite a few years now. It feels good, I feel home in the team. I’m also able to race a great programme. With Liv Cycling, the team has a head sponsor that is very fond of women’s cycling. The sponsor has also committed to the team for another three years. The possibilities at Liv Racing are therefore perfect, there is a lot of perspective.”
Jeanne Korevaar: “I really like it, it’s nice working with the riders and staff. It’s not unimportant that we as a team will take a step forward next year. I like to be part of that growth. This team is an established name, it is one of the longest active teams in the professional women’s peloton. I’ve been riding there since 2015 and am now the longest-serving rider. In that sense, I may have a bit of the role of culture guardian as our team continues to grow. Apart from all that, I see opportunities for me to develop further here sport-wise. Perhaps I will get more freedom in the coming seasons.”
Photo credits: Cor Vos