Talented Dutch U23 rider David Nordemann signs for 2 years!
We are happy and proud to announce young talented Dutch rider David Nordemann (U23), will ride the next 2 years for our Team. His current Team, the Dutch Stappenbelt Specialized MTB Team gives David the opportunity to make the next step to an International UCI Elite MTB Team.
Bart Brentjens, Team Manager of CST Superior Brentjens Mountainbike Racing Team: “We are very happy to welcome David to our Team. David is a strong talented rider with big ambitions and able to live complete for his sport. He always wants to do better! To give a young Dutch rider a chance to grow as an athlete, is the best and very inspiring.
We are happy and grateful his current Team is giving David this opportunity. This gesture shows the Stappenbelt Team really loves this sport and their riders. We hope David can develop himself in our international environment and grow out to one of the best Dutch riders ever.”
David Nordemann, rider: “I am happy and proud that I can join the CST Superior Brentjens MTB Racing Team the next years. This Team will give me the chance and the opportunity to develop and grow as an International mountainbiker. My ambition is high and this Team will give me the best environment to grow.” Gert Stappenbelt, Stappenbelt
Specialized MTB Team: “David is a very talented rider. We would regret it if David can’t develop himself. We hope Bart and his Team can support him in his ambitions and possibilities, so David can achieve his sportive ambitions.”
David’s best results so far:
- World Championships 2016 30st U23
- European Championships 2016 24th U23
- Dutch Championships 2016 Bronze medal U23
- Current leader of the Benelux Cup
- Dutch Championships 2015 Silver medal U17
- Dutch Championships 2013 Bronze medal U15 2
A bit more info about David Nordemann
Height 1.89 meter
Riding since 2010
Living in Germany, Kranenburg
Education 1st year mechanical engineering
Why riding mountainbike? “I love nature and adventure, also the thrill of exploring the possibilities of my physical capacity.”
Goals: “I would like to become Dutch Champion in 2017 and after that finishing top 10 at the World Championships in 2017. My highest goal is to participate in the Olympics Tokyo 2020!”
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