Anna Kiesenhofer has been over the last few years mixed between a pro and amateur cyclist, even after her triumph in the Olympic Games. However, the Austrian rider will continue in the pro peloton in 2023 with Israel - Premier Tech Roland.
The Olympic Champion won the Olympic Games as an amateur rider, and only races as a pro for a week during the Ceratizit Challenge by La Vuelta. There was little hinting that she would sign a pro contract into 2023 specially as the season had already begun, but on the final day of January the Austrian has been announced as the newest signing for the Swiss team.
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“I am very happy to join Israel – Premier Tech Roland. The environment and equipment are ideal for me to perform at my best in some of the most important races of the WWT calendar," Kiesenhofer said in a press release.
"In particular, I want to target the Tour de France and other hard stage races. I’m excited about this new challenge. It won’t be easy but I think we have a great team and will deliver some surprises this year."
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