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With five golden, four silver and one bronze medal, the national championships time trial were very successful for Team Jumbo-Visma. Check out all the results below.
Tom Dumoulin has seized the national time trial title at the Dutch championships for the fourth time in his career. In tropical conditions, the Limburger of Team Jumbo-Visma rushed to victory in the province of Drenthe. Koen Bouwman took the bronze medal. Click here to read more.
Mick van Dijke has won the national time trial title for U23 riders. On the course in Emmen, the 21-year-old rider beat his twin brother Tim, who took silver. Lars Boven (fourth), Loe van Belle (sixth) and Darren van Bekkum (eighth) also finished in the top ten. Click here to read more.
Tobias Foss has secured the national time trial title in his homeland. The Norwegian of Team Jumbo-Visma was too strong for the competition and won after fifty kilometres against the clock. Click here to read more.
Tony Martin has won the German time trial championship for the tenth time in his career. The 36-year-old rider of Jumbo-Visma defended his title in Öschelbronn with flying colours. Click here to read more.
Michel Hessmann has won the German U23 time trial title. The Jumbo-Visma Development Team rider finished nine seconds faster than teammate Maurice Ballerstedt and took his first win of the season. Click here to read more.
A second place for Julie Van de Velde at the Belgian championship time trial, fourteen seconds behind winner Lotte Kopecky.
Edoardo Affini earned a silver medal at the Italian championship time trial. He finished 26 seconds behind Matteo Sobrero.
Riejanne Markus has finished fifth at the Dutch Championship Time Trial. On the course in the province of Drenthe, the 26-year-old rider from Team Jumbo-Visma Women rode a respectable race. Click here to read more.
A sixth place for Nathan Van Hooydonck during Belgian championship time trial, 1.13 behind winner Yves Lampaert.