The athlete Marianne Vos, considered the greatest cyclist of all time with 250 professional victories in her profession, this week renewed the contract with her current women’s team Jumbo-Vista until 2025, refuting the rumors that had recently come out about her retirement.
In an interview, the athlete reinforced that she plans to improve more and more in her professional field: “In recent years, women’s cycling has reached such a professional level that I continue to discover new challenges. And my own development is still ongoing. I am motivated to train hard. to get the best of me.”
Marianne Vos said that she feels very good about the Jumbo-Vista team and has the ambition to improve every day. “That’s one of the reasons why I feel at home in this team. I also like the professionalism and personal approach. There is a lot of room for the individual within the team, which makes the team stronger. I like it very much”.
“She teaches newcomers a lot about how to prepare, communicate, work together and deal with the setbacks that can come with being a top athlete. She is also of great value to us in that regard,” said the team’s sporting technical director, Rutger Tijssen, of the rider’s importance to new and returning members.