Professional change in 2022 Group Jayco-Alula, Ruby Rossman-Kanaan Continues his journey into guided practice Brent Copeland. The 24-year-old Australian, ranked 4th Santos Tour Down Under and the 5thAcross FlandersHe extended his contract until the end of the 2025 season.”I’m excited for the next seasons because I think we have some really strong new elements, but we’re also keeping a solid core from previous seasons.“, he explained Rossman-Kanan In a press release from his team.
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“It was a very happy two years with the team. I came from Australia with minimal experience in Europe and with the help of the team and as the races progressed, I think I developed my physical and technical skills. I am Looking forward to the next seasons because I think we have some strong new elements, but we also keep a solid core from previous seasons. Personally, I think I’m consistently good, but I want to go for bigger results. I am motivated to work very hard and help create an environment where the entire team can perform at their best“, declared the promising Australian runner. At the age of 24, he has already finished in the top 10 of several prestigious races. Santos Tour Down Underor steps SIMAK LADIES TOUR Or Thuringia Ladies Tour.
“Ruby is a runner we’ve trusted from the start, we saw her mindset and intensity right away, she’s a true professional. She knows what she wants and she’s going to be a winner. It’s great that Ruby believes in us. Our program and signed on for two more years, and we’re looking forward to seeing her. We can build a team around him because he is now one of our leaders for the future“, assured Brent CopelandGeneral Manager Jayco-Alula. So it’s a bright future Ruby Rossman-KanaanWho does the Australian team have the most faith in?
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