Ian Stannard Returns To Professional Cycling

Ian Stannard returns to professional cycling

Joe Robinson 4 Feb 2021 33-year-old signs as directeur sportif for Trinty Racing after retiring from racing in 2020 Ian Stannard has returned to professional cycling by taking on the role of directeur sportif at Continental team, Trinty Racing. The 33-year-old was forced into premature retirement from professional racing in 2020 due to an ongoing battle with rheumatoid arthritis. Clearly keen to remain within the sport, however, Stannard will now take on a role in the team car of the British-registered Trinty Racing, who will be making the step up to Continental level for 2021. 'I have been very impressed with the progression of Trinity Racing since the team’s inception in 2018. They have quickly become one of the leading development teams in Europe and I look forward to starting my new role for the coming season,' Stannard said on the announcement. 'Obviously, the road is what I know best, ...

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