21 October 2022

Marie-Morgane Le Deunff and Maryanne Hinault extend their contract

Marie-Morgane Le Deunff and Maryanne Hinault have been members of the Arkéa Pro Cycling Team for two and one season respectively, and are continuing to ride with our structure.

Marie-Morgane Le Deunff

“Arkéa Pro Cycling and I have had a contract of trust since I joined the professional ranks in 2021. I am therefore happy that our collaboration will continue. It is a Breton team and I feel good in it. Everything is done to help us progress and perform. I can’t wait for 2023 because the race programme will be dense and at the same time intense in quality. I also know that Arkéa Pro Cycling Team has a family atmosphere and that’s what I’m looking for because it allows me to develop my sporting skills”.

Maryanne Hinault

“I loved my first year as a professional with the Arkéa Pro Cycling Team. I had a lot of fun, learned a lot and actually improved. I am delighted to continue with the team. I’ve grown a lot in one season, and my greatest desire, even though the 2022 season has just ended, is to put on a number in 2023 in order to discover new races and to work for the riders who will have the status of leaders in these races. Confidence is an important word for me, and the trust granted to me by the General Manager Emmanuel Hubert, as well as by the team’s sporting director Franck Renimel, is very touching. My objectives will be to gain even more experience in the coming months in the beautiful races of the calendar that we will be racing in”.

Emmanuel Hubert, General Manager

The words of the General Manager 

“As with our men’s team, the Breton identity remains our main priority for our women’s structure, Arkéa Pro Cycling Team. This is why I am pleased to announce the contract extensions of Marie-Morgane Le Deunff and Maryanne Hinault. Marie-Morgane, who joined us straight from the junior ranks, has made great progress over the last few seasons with an adapted programme that has enabled her to reach many levels. When asked this winter, she preferred to play the loyalty card in our favour.  This touches us all. Our challenge will be to accompany her so that she continues to make progress. Maryanne Hinault, who had her first season in the professional ranks, already has a name in the world of cycling, now it’s up to her to make a name for herself”.

Riders

Marie-Morgane Le Deunff
Maryanne Hinault