Toyota South Africa (TSAM) and the Toyota Gaming Engine (TTGE) are pleased to announce three additional riders from the Toyota CRYO RDT team have been selected to participate in the 2nd edition of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Cycling Esports World Championships. The championships take place on the 26th of February and will be hosted on Zwift, the indoor fitness platform.

This announcement brings the total number of Toyota CRYO RDT team members participating in the World Championships to seven - more than half of the entire team. We are proud of our riders and wish them the best of luck in their preparations as race day draws closer.

Meet the Riders:  

Charlotte Colclough – Great Britain

Charlotte (37) lives in Cambridgeshire, UK. She is a graduate in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University and works as part of a buying team for technology and smart products. Charlotte was thrilled to discover Zwift last winter after taking part in road cycling races at national UK level for nearly 20 years. Her favourite course on Zwift is any course with an uphill finish. She is excited to be part of such a strong team and continue to learn and improve as a Zwifter.

Natalie Stevenson – Great Britain

Natalie (37) lives just outside Glasgow, Scotland. She leads an environmental charity in Scotland, volunteers for a mental health charity, and spends her free time designing and making custom parts for her bike. All her watts are 100% fuelled by plants. As a runner-turned-triathlete, Natalie enjoys racing up to 70.3km in distance. She represented Great Britain at the standard distance European triathlon championships in 2018 and is currently focused on middle distance triathlon, cycling time trials, and hill climbs. 

Harriet Gilson – Great Britain

Harriet Gilson (31) lives in Lancashire. She works in mental health with children and young people. Harriet enjoys the challenge of racing with top-tier riders on Zwift and loves being on a strong, supportive women’s Esports team. Her favourite place is - the fridge. And her least favourite place is the bottom of the “Bonus” climb up to the radio tower.

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