Justin Goetzee new general manager speed skating and cycling team of Team Jumbo-Visma

Justin Goetzee new general manager speed skating and cycling team of Team Jumbo-Visma

Justin Goetzee will be the new general manager of the speed skating team and cycling team of Team Jumbo-Visma. The Dutchman recently announced he’ll quit his job as manager of Dutch football team NAC Breda. He’ll start his new job at 1 February.

Goetzee will work closely with associate directors Richard Plugge (cycling) and Jac Orie (speed skating). He’ll be responsible for general affairs, commerce and communications of both sport teams.

“I’m really proud of the fact that I’ll start working for Team Jumbo-Visma soon”, Goetzee said. “I’ll take on the challenges and opportunities with a lot of energy. I’m looking forward to developing this unique cooperation between the two teams, together with Richard, Jac, the staff and the supervisory board. I’d like to make a major contribution to the teams by helping them in the operational and commercial fields. This way, the focus can fully remain on performing.

Managers Orie and Plugge welcome the arrival of Goetzee. “We are very happy with Justin’s appointment”, they said. “Justin has management experience and a good commercial network. We are convinced that we, together with Justin, can grow our team’s and overall sport organization.”

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