I NOSTRI ATLETI

Sin dalla sua nascita, l'obiettivo di Cervélo è sempre stato quello di progettare biciclette che permettano di andare più veloci. Una parte molto importante del nostro programma è la collaborazione con i migliori triatleti del mondo. Il feedback dei nostri atleti, nei test e nelle gare, ci aiuta a migliorare continuamente i nostri prodotti. Siamo orgogliosi di sostenere questi incredibili atleti che si sforzano di dare il meglio di sé.

ANNE HAUG

Initially starting in Olympic distance, Anne represented Germany at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. In 2017, she turned to longer distances, and boasts a spectacular record with five podium finishes in 70.3 races, a bronze medal at the 2018 Ironman World Championships and 2018 70.3 World Championships, and as the 2019 Ironman World Champion.

BEN HOFFMAN

Since turning professional in 2007, Ben has earned Ironman, Half-Ironman, and National Champion victories. He splits his time training between Boulder, Colorado, and Tucson, Arizona, two of the fitness meccas of the U.S. 

Grace Norman

With her win at the 2022 World Triathlon Para Grand Final in Abu Dhabi, two-time Paralympic Triathlon Medalist Grace Norman cinched an undefeated race season and the World Championship. Norman is an Ohio native who earned a nursing degree from Cedarville University. She was the first amputee in Ohio’s history to compete against able-bodied athletes and podium at the high school track & field state championships. Since, Norman has continued to create impact for women in sport and drive equal representation in the marketplace for para sport athletes. At the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Grace competed and medaled in both track & field and paratriathlon, becoming the first U.S. athlete to win gold during the event’s debut. In Tokyo, Grace added a Paralympic triathlon silver medal and she is currently training for Paris 2024.

JUSTUS NIESCHLAG

With saying goodbye to short distance races Justus is focusing on 70.3 with all eyes on the World Championships. Pushing always to his limits Justus will be definitely an athlete you have to have on the radar.

LEON CHEVALIER

I started on the professional Ironman circuit in 2021, and have since won Ironman Mallorca, Embrunman, Alpe d’Huez, and finished 6th and 7th at the 2021 and 2022 Ironman World Champs. 2023 is my first season as a full time pro after graduating with my Master of Chemical Engineering, and this year I’m looking forward to some even faster racing.

LÉO BERGÈRE

Léo Bergère has had a meteoric rise in the triathlon world since the age of 15. He won the European Championships in 2015 and the World Triathlon Championships in mixed relay in 2019 and 2020. In 2022 he won the World Short Course Triathlon Championships at the end of the World Triathlon Championship Series Finals in Abu Dhabi, which allowed him to achieve a double that had not been done for 10 years by being World Champion and European Champion in the same year. He starts his 2023 season by winning the Ironman 70.3 in Oceanside, California and keeps the Paris 2024 Olympics in his sights.

MAJA STAGE NIELSEN

An athlete her whole life, Maja grew up playing golf and fell in love with the process of training for sport. "It’s the very same passion that drives me as a Triathlete. Having fun chasing the next level is the very best daily routine I can imagine."

SUSIE CHEETHAM

Susie came to Ironman from an international running career and won her first Pro Ironman 70.3 a year after her first-ever triathlon. Since, she has won multiple Ironman, 70.3 and Challenge races including Course Records at Ironman South America Championships and Ironman Hamburg. Twice 6th at Kona, Susie is driven every day by what she calls “unfinished business” on the Big Island.

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SUSIE CHEETHAM

Susie came to Ironman from an international running career and won her first Pro Ironman 70.3 a year after her first-ever triathlon. Since, she has won multiple Ironman, 70.3 and Challenge races including Course Records at Ironman South America Championships and Ironman Hamburg. Twice 6th at Kona, Susie is driven every day by what she calls “unfinished business” on the Big Island.

Paese: United Kingdom

Social: @susiecheetham

ANNE HAUG

Initially starting in Olympic distance, Anne represented Germany at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. In 2017, she turned to longer distances, and boasts a spectacular record with five podium finishes in 70.3 races, a bronze medal at the 2018 Ironman World Championships and 2018 70.3 World Championships, and as the 2019 Ironman World Champion.

Paese: Germany

Social: @tri.anne.haug

BEN HOFFMAN

Since turning professional in 2007, Ben has earned Ironman, Half-Ironman, and National Champion victories. He splits his time training between Boulder, Colorado, and Tucson, Arizona, two of the fitness meccas of the U.S. 

Paese: United States

Social: @bhoffmanracing

Grace Norman

With her win at the 2022 World Triathlon Para Grand Final in Abu Dhabi, two-time Paralympic Triathlon Medalist Grace Norman cinched an undefeated race season and the World Championship. Norman is an Ohio native who earned a nursing degree from Cedarville University. She was the first amputee in Ohio’s history to compete against able-bodied athletes and podium at the high school track & field state championships. Since, Norman has continued to create impact for women in sport and drive equal representation in the marketplace for para sport athletes. At the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, Grace competed and medaled in both track & field and paratriathlon, becoming the first U.S. athlete to win gold during the event’s debut. In Tokyo, Grace added a Paralympic triathlon silver medal and she is currently training for Paris 2024.

Paese: United States

Social: @gracenormantri

JUSTUS NIESCHLAG

With saying goodbye to short distance races Justus is focusing on 70.3 with all eyes on the World Championships. Pushing always to his limits Justus will be definitely an athlete you have to have on the radar.

Paese: Germany

Social: @justus.nieschlag

LEON CHEVALIER

I started on the professional Ironman circuit in 2021, and have since won Ironman Mallorca, Embrunman, Alpe d’Huez, and finished 6th and 7th at the 2021 and 2022 Ironman World Champs. 2023 is my first season as a full time pro after graduating with my Master of Chemical Engineering, and this year I’m looking forward to some even faster racing.

Paese: United Kingdom

Social: @l.chevalier

LÉO BERGÈRE

Léo Bergère has had a meteoric rise in the triathlon world since the age of 15. He won the European Championships in 2015 and the World Triathlon Championships in mixed relay in 2019 and 2020. In 2022 he won the World Short Course Triathlon Championships at the end of the World Triathlon Championship Series Finals in Abu Dhabi, which allowed him to achieve a double that had not been done for 10 years by being World Champion and European Champion in the same year. He starts his 2023 season by winning the Ironman 70.3 in Oceanside, California and keeps the Paris 2024 Olympics in his sights.

Paese: France

Social: @leobergere

MAJA STAGE NIELSEN

An athlete her whole life, Maja grew up playing golf and fell in love with the process of training for sport. "It’s the very same passion that drives me as a Triathlete. Having fun chasing the next level is the very best daily routine I can imagine."

Paese: Denmark

Social: @majastage

SUSIE CHEETHAM

Susie came to Ironman from an international running career and won her first Pro Ironman 70.3 a year after her first-ever triathlon. Since, she has won multiple Ironman, 70.3 and Challenge races including Course Records at Ironman South America Championships and Ironman Hamburg. Twice 6th at Kona, Susie is driven every day by what she calls “unfinished business” on the Big Island.

Paese: United Kingdom

Social: @susiecheetham

ANNE HAUG

Initially starting in Olympic distance, Anne represented Germany at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. In 2017, she turned to longer distances, and boasts a spectacular record with five podium finishes in 70.3 races, a bronze medal at the 2018 Ironman World Championships and 2018 70.3 World Championships, and as the 2019 Ironman World Champion.

Paese: Germany

Social: @tri.anne.haug

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