Brammeier to retire from cycling and take role at British Cycling

Matt Brammeier (Aqua Blue Sport)

Matthew Brammeier has announced his retirement from cycling with British Cycling confirming that he will take up a new role with them as the lead academy coach for the men's endurance programme. Brammeier, who has been racing with Aqua Blue Sport over the past two seasons, will begin his new job in August. Brammeier is set to meet up with some members of the British Cycling coaching team, including academy coach Keith Lambert, at the British national championships this week. "After 12 years of racing in the professional peloton, my focus was beginning to turn to the next stage of my career and the lead academy coach role at British Cycling seemed like a great opportunity for me," Brammeier said in a statement issued by British Cycling. "As such, now is the right time to announce my retirement from professional racing. I feel massively privileged and proud of my career ...

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