Tom Dumoulin won the Dutch time trial championships, but right behind were LottoNL-Jumbo’s men, second through fifth respectively: Stef Clement, Robert Gesink, Jos van Emden and Koen Bouwman.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo attacked continuously but ended empty-handed in today’s Halle-Ingooigem race in Belgium.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk finished the Tour de Suisse in third place overall behind winner Simon Spilak. He ended in sixth place behind in the time trial around Schaffhausen, where Rohan Dennis won.
Dylan Groenewegen sprinted to second place behind Marcel Kittel in the fifth and final stage of the Ster ZLM Toer – GP Jan van Heeswijk today in Oss, The Netherlands. LottoNL-Jumbo’s Primoz Roglic closed second place overall and Groenewegen took home the points classification.
Steven Kruiswijk holds third place overall in the Tour de Suisse after the eighth stage today in Schaffhausen. Peter Sagan sprinted to the win, LottoNL-Jumbo’s top rider was Daan Olivier in 22th place.
Primoz Roglic finished third in the Ster ZLM Toer’s fourth stage and slipped to second overall. Jose Goncalvez, who attacked with Laurens De Plus, won the hilly stage to La Gileppe and took over the lead.
Steven Kruijswijk climbed to fifth place in the seventh stage of the Tour de Suisse today to Tiefenbachferner. Simon Spilak soloed away to the win and took over the lead, Kruijswijk remains third overall.
Dylan Groenewegen followed up yesterday’s stage win with one in stage three of the Ster ZLM Toer today in Buchten, the Netherlands. The Dutchman of team LottoNL-Jumbo beat André Greipel and Moreno Hofland, making three team wins with Primoz Roglic’s on day one.
Steven Kruijswijk climbed under the pouring rain to sixth place in the Tour de Suisse’s queen stage to La Punt today. The Dutchman, who moved to third overall, finished 12 seconds behind stage winner and new overall leader Domenico Pozzovivo.
Dylan Groenewegen sprinted to victory in the second stage of the Ster ZLM Toer today in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. LottoNL-Jumbo team-mate Primoz Roglic, winner of yesterday’s prologue time trial, remained the overall leader.
Primoz Roglic won the prologue of the Ster ZLM Toer in Westkapelle, The Netherlands, today. The Slovenian started as last rider and was the fastest, clocking eight minutes and four seconds.
Steven Kruiswijk stayed in second place in the GC after the fifth stage in the Tour de Suisse. The stage from Bex to Cevio ended in a sprint that was won by Peter Sagan.
Steven Kruijswijk finished third in the fourth stage of the Tour de Suisse and moved to second overall. Larry Warbasse won the stage to Villars-sur-Ollon solo. Because of his third place in the stage, Kruijswijk climbed to second place in the GC.
Steven Kruiswijk, 24th, led Team LottoNL-Jumbo to the finish in the third stage of the Tour de Suisse today. The stage from Menziken to Bern was won by Michael Matthews, who also took the overall lead. Kruijswijk sits 25th, the best placed team rider.
Lars Boom climbed to fourth place overall in the Tour de Suisse today. The LottoNL-Jumbo Dutchman rode attentively over the four local circuits in and around Cham and placed 16th behind winner Philippe Gilbert.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Twan Castelijns finished Rund um Köln in sixth place, Victor Campenaerts crossed the finish line in 10th.
Koen Bouwman won the mountain competition in the Critérium du Dauphine today. The 23-year-old, winner of a stage early on, scored enough points this week for the overall win.
Lars Boom time trialled to seventh place in the prologue of the Tour de Suisse today in Cham. LottoNL-Jumbo team-mate Steven Lammertink placed ninth over the six-kilometre opener won by Rohan Dennis.
Koen Bouwman made another huge leap in winning the Critérium du Dauphiné mountains competition, escaping today for the fourth time in the French stage race. The Dutchman scored another 44 points en route to the Alpe d’Huez finish, the stage won by a solo Peter Kennaugh.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Stef Clement lost ground on the overall favourites in the Critérium du Dauphiné’s sixth stage. He finished the stage in 26th place, four minutes and six seconds behind Jakob Fuglsang, who won the stage in Motte-Servolex.
In the Critérium du Dauphiné’s stage five to Mâcon, Koen Bouwman took the mountain classification lead and Enrico Battaglin sprinted to ninth.
Stef Clement time trialled to fourth place in the fourth stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné today. Richie Porte won the 23.5-kilometre time trail from La Tour-du-Pin to Bourgoin-Jallieu and with his placing, Clement climbed to fourth place in the overall classification.
Koen Bouwman escaped to win the third stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné today in Tullins. The Dutchman from Ulft was part of a six-man group together with team-mate American Alexey Vermeulen.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo finished sixth overall in the Hammer Series Limburg today. Team Sky started as leader and won the Hammer Chase in a quivering final that rocketed them to first overall.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Stef Clement led the team in the Critérium du Dauphiné stage one, ending in Saint-Étienne. Thomas de Gendt won the giant loop around town ahead of a group which contained Clement in 23rd spot.
LottoNL-Jumbo placed sixth in the Hammer Sprint, the second event in the Hammer Series Limburg. Trek-Segafredo won the race in Sittard. The team sits eighth overall with tomorrow remaining, which means it will start in the second heat tomorrow and fight for the overall in the first Velon Hammer Series.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo sits eighth after the first test of the Hammer Sportszone Limburg in Vaals, Netherlands. The team holds 27.7 points to the leader, Movistar with 144.8 points.
Jos van Emden time trialled to victory in the final stage of Giro d'Italia today in Milan. Van Emden finished next to the famous Duomo in 30-08 minutes. Team LottoNL-Jumbo's time trialist beat the Giro winner Tom Dumoulin by 15 seconds.
LottoNL-Jumbo Dutchman Lars Boom placed second to Edvald Boasson Hagen in the Tour of Fjords stage to Kopervik today. Belgian Dries van Gestel remains the leader in the classification, with the team’s Timo Roosen in third and Boom fifth.
Steven Kruijswijk slid behind two places, to 10th overall, in the Giro d'Italia’s classification today on the Piancavallo summit finish. Team LottoNL-Jumbo's leader let go his nearest rivals and placed 30th behind stage winner Mikel Landa.
Timo Roosen won the second stage of the Tour of Fjords today in Norheimsund with a solo attack. The rider of Team LottoNL-Jumbo flew clear 30 kilometres to race and held only a slim two seconds on the sprinting group behind.
Steven Kruijswijk climbed to seventh place in the Giro d'Italia’s 18th stage through the Dolomites to Ortisei today. Tejay Van Garderen won the stage with five climbs, three over 2000 metres, and Kruijswijk crossed the line 34 seconds later with some classification men behind him. The LottoNL-Jumbo Dutchman moves to eighth overall behind race leader Tom Dumoulin.
Amund Grøndahl Jansen sprinted to seventh place in the first stage of the Tour des Fjords today. The stage to Førde was won by Belgian Dries van Gestel. He stayed in front of a sprinting peloton with three other leaders. Jansen placed third in the group sprint behind.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Martijn Keizer attacked and made the winning escape in the 17th stage of the Giro d’Italia to Canazei today. They worked to gain a large gap, but Pierre Rolland took advantage and won the stage. Tom Dumoulin remains the pink jersey leader. Steven Kruijswijk sits ninth overall.
Steven Kruijswijk attacked free in the Giro d'Italia’s Stelvio stage today to Bormio. The team leader of Team LottoNL-Jumbo jumped when the Mortirolo began and made it to the big breakaway and with his work over the double Stelvio Pass, he moved to ninth overall.
Dylan Groenewegen sprinted to victory today in the Tour of Norway’s stage in Brumunddal. The Dutchman of team LottoNL-Jumbo beat the U23 world champion Kristoffer Halvorsen and Norwegian Champion Edvald Boasson Hagen. It was the third win this season for Groenewegen and the eighth for the team.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s enjoyed a relaxed 12th stage of the Giro d’Italia, the longest stage at 229 kilometres and one for the sprinters, won by Fernando Gaviria in Reggio Emilia.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s George Bennett and Robert Gesink saved their classification spots through the fourth stage of the Tour of California today. Though the stage to Santa Clarita suited sprinters, the wind caused several gaps in the peloton. The American Evan Huffman won from a breakaway and Rafal Majka stayed the leader. Bennett is second at two seconds and Gesink fifth overall.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo and other pure-sprint teams could not compete for the win in the opening Tour of Norway stage today since the parcours were too difficult. The team’s Dylan Groenewegen managed 54th in the stage won by Edvald Boasson Hagen.
Steven Kruijswijk searches to find his top gear 11 days in to the Giro d’Italia, today fighting to stay with the top stars and slipping to 12th overall. Omar Fraile won the stage from an escape and Tom Dumoulin remained the leader, finishing ahead of Kruijswijk by 48 seconds.
In the Tour of California’s third stage, Robert Gesink gained a three seconds to help him in the overall classification. He sits fifth overall at 45 seconds after stage three, won in a sprint by Peter Sagan.
Steven Kruijswijk fought through the Giro d’Italia’s Sagrantino time trial today and held his 10th overall in the classification. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s leader finished 20th, 2-43 minutes behind stage winner and new race leader Tom Dumoulin. LottoNL-Jumbo’s Jos van Emden placed ninth in the 39.8-kilometre time trial.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s George Bennett placed second in the second stage of the Tour of California in San José today behind Pole Rafal Majka. Behind the breakaway of four, Robert Gesink took fifth.
The first stage of the Tour of California ended in a bunch sprint with Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s cyclists safely in the top 20. In the streets of Sacramento, German Marcel Kittel won.
Enrico Battaglin sprinted to seventh in the seventh stage of the Giro d'Italia today in Alberobello. The Italian of Team LottoNL-Jumbo finished two seconds behind the fastest sprinters. Steven Kruijswijk finished 29th along with the other race overall favourites and lost no time on his rivals. Caleb Ewan won the stage and Bob Jungels remains leader.
Steven Kruijswijk finished in the sixth stage of the Giro d'Italia in Terme Luigiane today together with the race’s top competitors. Team LottoNL-Jumbo's captain placed fourteenth behind winner Silvan Dillier, who was the fastest of the breakaway. Bob Jungels, after the steep climb to the finish of the spa town, remains the overall leader after another day.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo raced the fifth stage in the Giro without any problems. Enrico Battaglin became tenth and the sprint stage to Messina was won by Colombian Fernando Gaviria. Kruijswijk finished in the peloton and remains 15th in GC.
Steven Kruijswijk crashed hard during the fourth stage of the Giro d'Italia today en route to Mount Etna. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s returned with the help of his team-mates and finished 15th, but with the group of favourites. Slovenian Jan Polanc won the first summit finish stage and Bob Jungels took the leader’s pink jersey.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk finished unscathed and with the group of overall contenders in the third stage to Cagliari. Fernando Gaviria won the stage, ripped apart by echelons, and took the leader’s pink jersey.
Steven Kruijswijk survived the Giro d'Italia’s second stage to Tortolì safely today. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s Dutch leader was protected all day in front and Enrico Battaglin sat ready for the sprint, taking sixth behind stage winner and new leader André Greipel.
Steven Kruijswijk lost 13 seconds in the first stage of the Giro d'Italia. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s leader was behind when a gap opened and placed 71st. German Lukas Pöstelberger won the opening stage to Olbia. The only Italian of Team LottoNL-Jumbo, Enrico Battaglin, placed 13th.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo emphatically showed itself during Eschborn-Frankfurt, Rund um den Finanzplatz, today. The team’s Juan José Lobato sprinted to sixth place on the wet streets and Alexander Kristoff won the German WorldTour-classic.
Steven Kruijswijk can count on eight strong teammates in the Giro d’Italia. Last winter, Team LottoNL-Jumbo has signed Stef Clement and Jurgen van den Broeck especially for the tough third week. Obvious that they will be part of the team travelling to Sardinia tomorrow for the start of the 100th Giro d’Italia.
Dylan Groenewegen sprinted to fourth place in the Tour of Yorkshire today. One day after his victory, the Team LottoNL-Jumbo sprinter failed to keep Nacer Bouhanni from the victory in Harrogate. Caleb Ewan took over the lead after this second stage and Groenewegen dropped to third overall.
After the Queen stage in the Tour of Romandie, Primoz Roglic sits fifth overall. In the stage to Leysin, Simon Yates was the fastest and Roglic finished in the chasing group 11th. Yates becomes leader and Roglic drops one spot to place fifth in the overall standings.
Victor Campenaerts attacked today during the Tour de Romandie. Before the final started, the breakaway with Campenaerts was caught. The sprint was won by Elia Viviani. Juan José Lobato finished in 10th place and Primoz Roglic remained fourth in the ranking.
Dylan Groenewegen won the first stage in the Tour de Yorkshire today. At the port of Scarborough, the team LottoNL-Jumbo sprinter was faster than Caleb Ewan and Chris Opie. However, the victory had a nasty taste. Team leader Steven Kruijswijk hit the deck hard, but seems to be OK.
Daan Olivier will comeback to the professional cycling world and defend Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s colours in Rund um den Finanzplatz Frankfurt this Labour Day.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo survived the snow-covered second stage of the Tour de Romandie today. Team leader Primoz Roglic stayed fourth overall in the shortened stage won by Stefan Küng and Fabio Felline remained the leader.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo showed itself during the entire stage today of the Tour of Romandie. The Dutch WorldTour formation led the chase in the early hours and on the final climb, Robert Gesink, Primoz Roglic and Antwan Tolhoek tried to attack and ended up in the first group. Michael Albasini won the sprint and Fabio Felline stayed the leader.
Victor Campenaerts and Primoz Roglic finished fifth and sixth in the prologue time trial of the Tour de Romandie. With talented young rider Koen Bouwman finishing eleven, the LottoNL-Jumbo team showed it’s strength in depth and its talent for time trials. The prologue was over a distance of 4.8 kilometres and was won by the Italian Fabio Felline. On the wet and so technical course in Aigle, Campenaerts finished just eight seconds slower and Roglic was nine seconds down.
Robert Gesink finished 15th in the Flèche Wallonne today in southern Belgium. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s climber followed the group of favourites, but faded in the last few hundred metres. Like the last three editions, Spaniard Alejandro Valverde won the race.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo took on the Amstel Gold Race on home turf today with both Lars Boom and Bert-Jan Lindeman on the attack, and Juan José Lobato and Paul Martens taking top 20 spots.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo raced aggressively in the Brabantse Pijl this afternoon in Belgium and finished with three riders in the top 15, including Bert-Jan Lindeman in fifth.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo ended the cobbles season in Paris-Roubaix in style. As usual in recent weeks, the Dutch team missed the final and again, misfortune played a hand. Jos van Emden rode a long time for a good result, but a crash eventually threw a spanner in the works for him and the team. Belgian Greg Van Avermaet won the Queen of the Classics. Emden rolled into Roubaix’s velodrome dusty and tired, placing 33rd.
Primoz Roglic, winner yesterday, slid from second place overall in the País Vasco’s queen stage today. He and George Bennett could not follow the best on the final climb, where Alejandro Valverde won and took the overall lead. Bennett finished 16th and Roglic placed 21st in the fifth stage.
Primoz Roglic won the fourth stage of the Vuelta al País Vasco today in Bilbao. In the last three kilometres, the team LottoNL-Jumbo Slovenian escaped from the peloton and time trialled to the finish line solo. With the win, he moves to second place in classification behind David de la Cruz.
George Bennett and Primoz Roglic survived the first mountain stage of the Vuelta al País Vasco and finished in San Sebastian in a depleted peloton, three seconds behind winner David De La Cruz.
Dylan Groenewegen’s chances to sprint to Scheldeprijs victory were ruined by a crash four kilometres from the finish in Antwerp’s suburb Schoten. The Dutch Champion of team LottoNL-Jumbo stopped behind the carnage while German Marcel Kittel raced to the win.
In today's Vuelta al Pais Vasco stage two, Paul Martens finished fifth. In the streets of Eltziego, he was overtaken by winner Michael Albasini and three other riders. LottoNL-Jumbo's riders George Bennett and Primož Roglič finished in the peloton.
During the first stage of Vuelta País Vasco, Primoz Roglic and George Bennett finished 12th and 14th. Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s GC men stayed in the front position in the hectic final towards Eguesibar-Sarriguren.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo chased behind the main action in the Tour of Flanders today in Belgium. The team in yellow and black was caught off guard when the peloton went to pieces on the Muur.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo’s combative race style went unrewarded in the Volta Limburg Classic this afternoon. The team’s Paul Martens sprinted behind three leaders, including winner Marco Canola, to fifth place.
Team LottoNL-Jumbo failed to join the mix for victory in Belgium’s Gent-Wevelgem today. After a crash involving Tom Leezer and Lars Boom, the peloton split and left the Dutch WorldTour team behind. Leezer ended his day in the hospital. A scan revealed that he fractured his pelvis. He should be sidelined for at least four weeks.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk and George Bennett ended the Volta a Catalunya in the top 10, seventh and ninth respectively, today in Barcelona.
During the E3 Prijs Harelbeke today in Belgium, Team LottoNL-Jumbo dealt with some bad luck. Leader Lars Boom punctured his tyre just like his team-mate Twan Castelijns. Jos van Emden crashed. At front, though, Belgian Gijs van Hoecke fought in the leading group, which produced winner Greg van Avermaet.
LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk sits 10th in classification after placing 10th in the Volta a Catalunya’s stage five today. Team-mate Robert Gesink lit up the early hours, attacking and trying to stay clear of the main guns. They blasted by, led by Alejandro Valverde, who won the stage and took the overall lead.