Huck follows Wolff as coach of baansprinters
Bill Huck is the new coach of the baansprinters. The 52-year-old German, the sprint world champion in 1989 and 1990, follows René Wolff.
Huck takes his leave of the American league, where he is now coach of the national sprintselectie. He goes on 15 september in the Netherlands to get started.
“I get the chance to be in the Netherlands with a strong elite team to work” said Huck. “Next year is the track cycling world CHAMPIONSHIPS in the Netherlands. We can show how strong the current selection.”
“Of course, we are also working already to the Olympic Games in Tokyo. This summer we have the european CHAMPIONSHIPS track cycling for juniors can see how many baantalent there is in the Netherlands. I look forward to using these groups to go to work.”
Many baanwielrenners showed the past year to know that they would like further wanted to train under Wolff. The 39-year-old compatriot of Huck accompanied, among others, Elis Ligtlee (gold) and Matthijs Then, (silver) to olympic medals, but thought with the same budget are not optimal to work in the direction of the Play of Tokyo.
Wolff took in april of this year farewell after the world cup in hong Kong, where the Dutch team for three silver and one bronze medal.