The Felt Ötztal X-Bionic World Cup Team, which debutted at the Eurobike Trade Show in early September, signed Sabrina Enaux for the next three years.
The 31-year-old Frenchwoman has logged numerous top-20 places in the World Cup in recent years including 16th at Mont-Sainte-Anne, 18th at Bromont, 15th at Champery and 18th at Schladming in recent months. She also finished in the top 10 in both the European and World Championships and won the German Bundesliga series in 2008.
"Sabrina is an athlete with much potential. Within the professional working environment of the team, we can expect a lot from her in the future," said Jörg Scheiderbauer, director of Scheiderbauer Sports GmbH which runs the team. "She is able to be among the top 10 in the Olympic cross country races of the World Cup."
Longterm, Enaux is looking forward to the Olympic Games in London in 2012, but this weekend, she will compete at the Xterra World Championships in Hawaii.
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