[05.05.18] PICTURE GALLERY - EROICA U23 by ELISA NICOLETTI
The Maglia Nera TV (sprint jersey) for SRA Alex Vogel, a missed out well deserved top 10 for a puncture 3Km from goal, a strong mountain performance for Raphael Krähemann supported by great work from Benoit Guinchard and Carl Schütz.
Relive the 3 stages of the Eroica U23 - Toscana Terra di Ciclismo through the images captured by Elisa Nicoletti.
[26.04.18] JONATHAN RUSSO DROPPED OUT OF THE SWISS RACING ACADEMY
As a pedagogical and sports accompaniment structure, the Swiss Racing Academy is governed by simple and yet fundamental rules.
One of these is to inform the management of the team about the life of its members
in a complete, transparent and continuous way.
This point is a mutual responsibility and induces a trust relationship essential to achieve our common goals.
[03.04.18] PODIUM FOR PAUMI - HISTORICAL PREMIERE FOR THE SRA
The 10th edition of the typical Swiss Easter race GP Mobiliar in Kiesen,
Bern, organized by theRSC Aaretal, will be remembered in RSA's history.
Thanks to Fabian Paumann's personal performance, supported by a strong Swiss Racing Academy squad, the early April bank holiday Monday will be, forever, the day of our first podium.
Paumi took a moment to explain this special day. For the team and for him.
[29.03.18] PIRMIN LANG - FROM THE SADDLE TO THE SEAT
Pirmin recently wrote the last page of his 8 years’ pro cyclist career.
But this was just to start a new book, in the same collection, as founder and sport boss
of the Swiss Racing Academy.
Going from rider to sports director (DS) is no easy task, and if you add to this the pressure
of a first race with a new team it becomes an event – which he tells us about in the following interview.
[22.03.18] CHATILLON-DIJON - THE 'NO RACE' RACE REPORT
Everything in cycling is planned. Everything.
And the Chatillon-Dijon race was well planned.
One of the elements you can only anticipate and not control though is weather.
And once again, it decided to turn the Swiss Racing Academy weekend into
more of a ski trip than a cycling race.
[03.03.18] EXTREME CONDITIONS FOR SRA'S FIRST TRAINING CAMP
Late February, the 2018 Class of the Swiss Racing Academy took up residence in the Aix-en-Provence region for a week long training camp.
Crucial to the team spirit building and first opportunity to meet each other, on and off the bike, the staff and riders spent 7 days all together in a cosy homestead.
Heavy training program and long days were doubled up by the colder weather in the area since 10 years. We came for the sun, we got snow.
But it didn't change our plan.