a woman | 29/05/2021 | 07:19
For the second part of the racing season, the list BePink Enriched with the arrival of a new athlete, the New Zealander Henrietta Christie. She was born on January 23, 2002 in Wellington, New Zealand, lives in Christchurch, and this year made her first-class debut; She is a climber, and has a strong ability to test time.
In 2020, as a junior, she graduated as a national champion in this last major. In February, she also won the national title over time among the U23s, and also placed second in the road race again for the same class.
“I am very excited to be joining the BePink team for the second half of the season and look forward to meeting my new partners and all the staff,” He said Henrietta Christie. “Since I started cycling, my dream has been to be able to race in Europe with a professional team. I am looking forward to my first race! It would also be great to have the opportunity to explore Italy by bike. You know its culture and all its great places.”
“We are delighted to welcome Henrietta to the team,” Team manager added Walter Zene. “Despite her young age, she has already shown that she has excellent character and characteristics that will allow her to better enjoy her first experience in the top class. We are sure that she will be a great added value to our training and we are eager to see her in action.”
Kristi is one of the most intriguing young talents in her country, and she will make her blue-purple debut on Sunday, May 30th in Veneto, in Oganissima ‘Flanders’, the open race scheduled in Luzo Attesino (PD) with a length of 104.80 km which, according to its name, displays on the track a wall with the “flavor” of the Classica del Nord.
In addition to her, they will make up the selection of BePink Alessio, Canville, Cristanello, Perini, Quglioto, Savi, Vitello and Zanardi.
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