Kamna takes time out from racing to reflect on long-term career goals
Team Sunweb have announced that talented young German rider Lennard Kämna will take a break from racing to “reflect on his long-term career goals’. The 21 year-old rider turned professional in 2017 after leaving his home in Bremen at the age of 14 to attend the Cottbus Sports school. He was junior world time trial champion in 2014 and was third in the 2015 under 23 world championships in Richmond. He completed a full WorldTour season in 2017 with Team Sunweb, including riding 17 stages of the Vuelta a Espana. However has not raced since Milan-San Remo. Team Sunweb said it would allow Kämna to “take some time to review his situation as an athlete and set long-term goals before getting back into racing.” Kämna was part of the Team Sunweb squad that won the world team time trial title in Norway. He went on to finish second in the ...
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