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PEAK PERFORMANCE MADE REACHABLE 

#PuttingScienceIntoPractice

Get training support and perform at your maximum

Our training support is for everyone

 

Individual approach to athletes makes physiological adaptations optimal, and the maximum development as an athlete

 

Scientifically based training programmes make coaching credible   

 

We have extensive practical experience (participation in the Olympic Games, World Championships), which makes coaching possible and successful

 

Our educational backgrounds (Master in Sports Sciences) make training guidance complete

 

No copying others, no uncertainty about your training Start customised training  Stand at the start line ready to compete at your maximum

Training support for everyone

Individual approach to athletes

Scientifically based training programmes

Your coach is an ex-Olympian athlete 

Your trainer is Master in Human Movement Sciences

25 years old story, and this experience we want to share with you

AT Sports Science is led by coaches Adrie Visser & Tomasz Czapelski with a mission to support other athletes to make progress every day, to share science, knowledge, passion, and 25 years of experience.


Our story began when a passion for sport was born. In 1994 we started to compete in cycling and speed skating races. In 1997 we won the first National Championships medal and in 2003 the first National Title. Shortly after that one of the biggest successes came, winning the bronze medal at the World Championships in 2003. In 2004 we took 8th place in the biggest sports event, the Olympic Games in Athens. Further our story continued with successes as World Cup podiums, European Championships medals, and in 2018 gold medal at World Championships!


Until now we have trained dozens of athletes. We are happy and proud to share their successes. 

1994

First race

2003

First National Title

2004

Olympic Games

2007

First World Cup Win on the road

2018

World Title

1997

First National Championships Medal

2003

World Championships Medal

2004

First World Cup Win on the track

2017

First European Championships medal

2019

141 Wins

279 Podium places

HIGHLIGHTS

WORLD CUP

Adrie Visser takes the first victory in the road World Cup

Ronde van Drenthe.

—  Adrie Visser, Road & Track Cyclist

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