The national championships road race: the results

The national championships road race: the results

From The Netherlands to the USA and Belgium to Italy. The battle for the national champion jersey is on. Check out the results of the riders of Team Jumbo-Visma below.

Eenkhoorn wins Dutch road title on Col du VAM

Pascal Eenkhoorn is the new Dutch road champion. The 25-year-old rider of Team Jumbo-Visma beat his fellow escapee Daan Hoole on the Col du VAM and was allowed to put on the red-white-and-blue jersey on the podium. "This is a dream come true", Eenkhoorn said.

Markus takes Dutch title on Col du VAM

Riejanne Markus has won the Dutch national championship on the Col du VAM. The 28-year-old rider from Team Jumbo-Visma Women beat Shirin van Anrooij in the sprint and won her first national title.

Van Belle takes silver at Dutch championships, Pluimers and Kramer also in top ten

Loe van Belle just missed the title at the Dutch Championship for U23 riders. The young Dutchman had to acknowledge the superiority of Max Kroonen. "I felt very strong on the road. That's why I am disappointed with this second place", Van Belle said. Rick Pluimers finished in sixth place, Jesse Kramer ended up ninth.

Rüegg takes another U23 title

It's been a successful week for Noemi Rüegg. The Team Jumbo-Visma rider, who won the Swiss national time trial title in the under 23 category on Thursday, took the national road title in the same category today. Rüegg was even close to winning the title in the elite category.

Bronze for Henderson

Anna Henderson has claimed the bronze medal in the British road race. The Team Jumbo-Visma rider was on the attack throughout the day, but couldn't prevent Alice Towers from crossing the finish line solo. In the battle for silver Henderson lost Georgi Pfeiffer.

Bronze medal for Ryan

Archie Ryan has finished on the podium at the Irish U23 championships. The Jumbo-Visma Development Team rider took the bronze medal.

Italy, Norway, Belgium, Germany and the United States

Our riders also races in Italy, Norway, Belgium, Germany and the United States. In Norway (Tobias Foss eighth) and the United States (Coryn Labecki fifth) the riders finished in the top ten.

Tiesj Benoot finished in the top twenty after an attractive race of our Belgium riders, while Edoardo Affini finished just outside the top ten in Italy. In Germany Michel Hessmann became thirtieth.

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