Track and field coach Heiko Salzwedel dies at the age of 64German track and field coach Heiko Salzwedel (Heiko Salzwedel) died on Wednesday, he helped the British team to emerge on the board.
He is 64 years old.After leaving the former East Germany, Salzwedel served as a coach and coach for decades, working for the United Kingdom, Australia, Denmark and other countries.
He is best known for his cooperation with British Cycling and has worked with the team for three Olympic cycles. He played an important role in building the men’s team pursuit team, including Bradley Wiggins winning the gold medal in 2016.
According to a BBC report, Lothar Heine, the head of the German Cottbus Federal Bicycle Base, confirmed the news of his death on Thursday.Several former drivers and colleagues expressed their condolences on social media.Belgium’s performance in the elite men’s road race at home on Sunday is still emotional.
In an interview with Belgian TV, Remco Evenepoel (Remco Evenepoel) regretted missing the opportunity of the World Championship and said that he believed he was capable of winning the rainbow jersey.”I know in advance what my job is: I just need to jump around,” Evenepoel told Extra Time Koers. “We have two leaders, Wout (van Aert) and Jasper (Stuyven), and I am a worker.
On Friday afternoon, we held a team meeting with everyone. But I feel that I am personally very unclear about me Expectations. Then on Saturday, I went to the national team coaches Sven Vanthourenhout and Serge Pauwels. I asked them: What do you expect of me? Because I don’t know.”