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Torsten Schmidt, 33, has announced that he is leaving Team Gerolsteiner at the end of the year, and...
Torsten Schmidt, 33, has announced that he is leaving Team Gerolsteiner at the end of the year, and is looking to become captain in a smaller team. "My time at Gerolsteiner was good and I had a lot of positive moments. Supporting captains like Rebellin or Hondo gives lots of satisfaction," he said. "I have reached a point in my career where I have to ask if I want to ride out my career as a helper, or whether I can use my experience and class to really 'go for it' one more time."
Radsport-news.com reports that Schmidt has an offer from the Wiesenhof-Akud Team.