This past summer, Kaitie Keough (Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld) made the decision to live and race full time in Belgium for the first time in her career. Following the U.S. World Cups, she moved to Sittard, Netherlands along with her husband Luke and started racing the World Cups and races in Belgium full time.
About a month ago, we chatted with Keough, and she said she had been enjoying the adventure and constant learning experience that comes with racing in Belgium.
Keough returned to the U.S. for Lakewood Nationals, where she finished fifth, and then again returned to Europe for the Namur World Cup.
Keough’s Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld team announced via Instagram that the 27-year-old rider made the decision to return to the U.S. for health reasons following a DNF at the Namur World Cup. She had been scheduled to start at World Cup Zolder but was a DNS.
The full post from Cannondale p/b CyclocrossWorld is below.
Featured image: Bart Hazen