Theo Bos dominated the International Sprint & Keirin races in Alkmaar reaping the aero benefits of the Castelli Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit.
Theo Bos, four-time world champion and Olympic silver medalist, showed that he has not forgotten how to sprint. He dominated the International Sprint & Keirin races in Alkmaar, winning the keirin, sprint and team sprint. Nevertheless, the competition was tough, featuring the top Dutch track cyclists and international riders such as the British Olympic champion Callum Skinner.
This season Bos is a member of BEAT Cycling Club. Anyone can join this club, and part of the dues will go to support the club’s professional team. In Alkmaar, Bos wore the Body Paint 3.3 Speed Suit, which was made specifically on his request, as he is aware of the “unfair advantage” of this fast suit. Also available in Castelli’s Servizio Corse custom team program.
He was very satisfied with the first victory for his new team and still has a lot of ambition. “It gives me confidence that I immediately won a race at the beginning of the season,” he said. “It’s also great that this is the first professional win for BEAT Cycling Club. I am very proud of it. It is now up to the coach to shape the squad for the world championships in Hong Kong, but I have every confidence that it will be fine. I feel good.”
Photo: Rob Duin