The Swiss Side Pro Triathlete roster for 2024 represents a continuation of Swiss Side's significant commitment to triathlon sport by continuing to support the world's top athletes.
The 2024 roster is largely composed of reconfirmed athletes, with notable names such as Laura Philipp and Patrick Lange, alongside the world record holder Lisa Norden, the two-time European champion Denis Chevrot, and the other French athlete, Justine Mathieux. Additionally, Swiss Side continues to support Andi Dreitz, Andrea Salvisberg, and Rasmus Svenningsson, in their comeback to the highest possible level.
A noteworthy addition to the team is the USA athlete Jason West. In the 2023 season, Jason stood out as a top performer, achieving a remarkable ascent to become the third-ranked athlete in the PTO World standings. He secured five podium finishes in six starts over the middle distance. His outstanding season concluded with a victory at the 70.3 Ironman Los Cabos in 2023.
In a strategic move toward nurturing young Swiss talent, Swiss Side is proud to invest in the future with the addition of homegrown athlete prospect Fabian Meeusen.
The team will also continue working in collaboration with DT Swiss in our joint support of multiple world champion Daniela Ryf.
Swiss Side is known for the F1 experience it has adapted and honed for elite sports and triathlon. Providing athletes with unique tools in terms of the best wheels and components, aerodynamically optimised together for each athlete in a complete system package, is the secret to success. Swiss Side remains dedicated to delivering a comprehensive performance improvement package which nowadays is non-negotiable for success in the world of triathlon.
Jean-Paul Ballard, Swiss Side CEO and co-founder says; “It’s fantastic to see the continued mutual commitment between Swiss Side and our athletes. The benefit is huge as it allows us all to continue with the iterative, continuous improvement approach with each athlete, building on what has already been achieved and making them even faster and more efficient. Let’s see some more world records this year!”
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