Lotto Dstny has made an exciting announcement by promoting three talented young cyclists from its development team, the Lotto Dstny Development Team, to the WorldTour. Robin Orins (22 years old), Joshua Giddings (20 years old), and Lorenz Van de Wynkele (22 years old) have signed a two-year contract with the WorldTour team, extending until the end of 2026.

Robin Orins had an impressive performance in classic races, finishing 3rd in Paris-Roubaix, 2nd in Liège-Bastogne-Liège, and winning the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad U23. He is also the Belgian time trial champion and expressed his excitement about continuing with Lotto Dstny, where he feels at home and supported even during challenging times.

Joshua Giddings, known for his sprinting abilities, claimed victory in Bruxelles-Opwijk this season. He shared his dream come true of staying with Lotto Dstny for the next two years, emphasizing the welcoming environment and valuable learning experiences within the team.

The third recruit, Lorenz Van de Wynkele, is a strong leader and sprinter who won the first stage of the Tour du Loir et Cher in April. Van de Wynkele expressed his eagerness to continue developing as a rider and showcase his potential during an exciting spring season, grateful for the opportunity to do so with Lotto Dstny, a team he has always admired.

Stéphane Heulot, the CEO of Lotto Dstny, expressed his delight in welcoming these three promising cyclists to the WorldTour team. He highlighted the exceptional talent within the team’s development program and the belief in Robin, Joshua, and Lorenz’s potential to succeed as professional cyclists. Lotto Dstny is committed to supporting their growth and development in the upcoming years.

This promotion signifies a significant milestone for the young cyclists as they transition to the elite level of professional cycling. With the support and resources provided by Lotto Dstny, Robin Orins, Joshua Giddings, and Lorenz Van de Wynkele are poised to make their mark in the WorldTour circuit and continue their journey towards becoming successful professional riders. The cycling world eagerly anticipates their performances and achievements as they embark on this new chapter in their careers.