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Team Jumbo-Visma ends season with double weekend in Ronde van Drenthe

Team Jumbo-Visma ends season with double weekend in Ronde van Drenthe

Sports director Sierk Jan de Haan emphasises the added value of the mix of pros and U23 in a team. “It is very instructive for the young riders to ride with experienced pros. That interaction works well and provides knowledge sharing within our team. Being at the front at decisive moments and positioning ourselves well …

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Vos takes victory in CX World Cup Waterloo

Vos takes victory in CX World Cup Waterloo

Marianne Vos has won the cyclocross World Cup in Waterloo. During her first cyclocross race of the season, the 34-year-old rider from Team Jumbo-Visma Women sprinted to victory in a convincing way after an exciting battle. She also took the lead in the World Cup standings. Source

Team Jumbo-Visma Women signs Coryn Labecki for two years

Team Jumbo-Visma Women signs Coryn Labecki for two years

As the first American, Labecki won the Tour of Flanders in 2017. In addition, her palmares include a victory in the Trofeo Alfredo Binda, the Women’s Tour and the RideLondon Classique. Despite her experience, Labecki is convinced there is still much to learn. “This season I won my first Giro stage and qualified myself for …

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Vos second in spectacular first edition Paris-Roubaix Femmes

Vos second in spectacular first edition Paris-Roubaix Femmes

Marianne Vos has become second in the first edition of Paris-Roubaix Femmes. The rider of Team Jumbo-Visma had to acknowledge her superior in Lizzie Deignan. In the spectacular race, she was the best of the chasing group. Deignan escaped from the peloton on the first sector and was not seen again. In the chasing group, …

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Vos sprints to silver at world championships

After a long, quiet start, the race opened up with about sixty kilometres to go. Many attacks followed, but eventually it came down to a sprint in Leuven. The Italian riders started the sprint after which Vos won her sixth silver medal. The three-time world champion was disappointed with her second place. “I would have …

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