Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling Team is excited to welcome 23-year-old Polish rider Marta Jaskulska to their ranks. After spending four years with Liv Racing TeqFind, Jaskulska joins the German team, known to Polish cycling fans, particularly for hosting Marta Lach over the past three years. Previously operating as a Continental team, Ceratizit-WNT is poised to step up to the WorldTour, having applied for the highest division’s license. This move seems increasingly likely due to the amount of points they scored in 2023.
Jaskulska brings to the team an impressive track record, including multiple Polish Championship medals across various age groups. As a junior, she twice won double gold, and more recently, she has been a consistent medalist in elite individual time trials. Internationally, her accolades include a 5th place in the U23 World Championships time trial and notable placements in major classics such as Scheldeprijs and Classic Brugge-De Panne.
Marking the ninth athlete confirmed by Ceratizit-WNT Pro Cycling for their 2024 season, Jaskulska is the first new addition to the team. She joins alongside other retained riders with extended contracts like Mylène de Zoete, Sandra Alonso, Alice Maria Arzuffi, Laura Asencio, and Katie Archibald. The future of Marta Lach with the team remains to be seen, though a contract extension is likely considering her leading role.
Ceratizit-WNT expressed delight in welcoming Jaskulska, highlighting her WorldTour experience and impressive results despite her young age. Jaskulska shared her excitement about the new chapter, seeing the change as a fresh source of motivation. She eagerly anticipates racing in her new team colours, focusing on further improvement and pursuing podium finishes.