Team Jumbo-Visma

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August 13, 2022

Team Jumbo – Visma (UCI code: TJV) - Dutch professional cycling group. In 1996-2012, its title sponsor was the Dutch bank Rabobank, but after the publication by USADA of the results of the investigation against Lance Armstrong, the bank's management decided to withdraw from sponsoring cycling. From then until the end of 2014 or until a new sponsor was found, the group was called Blanco. Belkin, which signed a sponsorship deal prior to the 2013 Tour de France, withdrew after the 2014 season ended and is now sponsored by the Dutch Lotto lottery and supermarket chain Jumbo. From 2019, Lotto was replaced by the Norwegian company Visma as the second title sponsor. The group has a UCI WorldTeams license for the 2019 season.

Major successes

19,841th Place, Amstel Gold Race: Jacques Hanegraaf 1st place, 9th stage of the Tour de France: Jan Raas 1st place, Tour de France sprint classification: Jacques Hanegraaf 1985 World Champion in the joint start race: Joop Zoetemelk 1st place, Meisterschaft von Zürich: Ludo Peeters 1st place, 4th stage of the Tour de France: Gerrit Solleveld 1st place, 5th stage of the Tour de France: Henri Manders 1st place, 9th stage of the Tour de France: Maarten Ducrot 1st place, Paris-Tours: Ludo Peeters19861. place, Ronde van Vlaanderen: Adrie van der Poel 1st place, 1st stage of the Tour de Romandie: Nico Emonds 1st place, 2nd stage of the Tour de Romandie: Maarten Ducrot 1st place, 1st stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné: Hans Daams 1st, 7th and 8th stages of the Tour de France: Ludo Peeters19871. 1st place, Amstel Gold Race: Joop Zoetemelk 1st place, Meisterschaft von Zürich: Rolf Gölz 1st place, Prologue (ITT) of the Tour de France: Jelle Nijdam 1st place, 1st stage of the Tour de France: Nico Verhoeven 1st place, 8th and 17th stages of the Tour de France: Jean-Paul van Poppel 1st place, 15th stage of the Tour de France: Rolf Gölz 1st place, Tour de France points classification: Jean-Paul van Poppel19881. place, Amstel Gold Race: Jelle Nijdam 1st place, 4th stage (part a) of the Tour de Romandie: Frans Maassen 1st place, 3rd, 10th, 17th and 22nd stages of the Tour de France: Jean-Paul van Poppel 1st place, 5th stage of the Tour de France: Jelle Nijdam 1st place, 8th stage of the Tour de France: Rolf Gölz19891. place, Ronde van Vlaanderen: Edwig Van Hooydonck 1st place, Ghent-Wevelgem: Gerrit Solleveld 1st place, 4th and 14th stage of the Tour de France: Jelle Nijdam 1st place, Paris-Tours: Jelle Nijdam 1990 Dutch Champion in the joint start race: Peter Winnen 1st place, 1st stage of the Tour de France: Frans Maassen 1st place, 5th stage of the Tour de France: Gerrit Solleveld 1st place, 6th stage of the Tour de France: Jelle Nijdam19911. place, Ronde van Vlaanderen: Edwig Van Hooydonck 1st place, Amstel Gold Race: Frans Maassen 1st place, 5th stage of the Tour de France: Jelle Nijdam19921. Place, 6th stage of Vuelta a España: Edwig Van Hooydonck 1st place, 17th stage of Vuelta a España: Eric Vanderaerden19931. Place, Stage 2 of the Tour de Romandie: Edwig Van Hooydonck 1st place, Prolog (ITT) and 3rd (ITT) stage Critérium du Dauphiné: Raúl Alcalá Gallegos 1st place, 1st stage of the Critérium du Dauphiné: Frédéric Moncassin19951. place, 5th stage of Tour de Suisse: Viatcheslav Ekimov 1st place, 20th stage of the Tour de France: Djamolidine Abduzhaparov 1996 Champion of the Netherlands in individual time trial: Erik Dekker 1st place, 6th stage of the Tour de France: Michael Boogerd 1st place, 13th stage of the Tour de France: Rolf Sørensen 1997 Dutch champion in the mass start: Michael Boogerd 1st place, Prologue (ITT) Tirreno-Adriático: Rolf Sørensen 1st place, Ronde van Vlaanderen: Rolf Sørensen 1st place, 18th stage of Vuelta a España: Léon van Bon 1st place, 22nd stage of Vuelta a España: Max van Heeswijk19981. Place, Stage 5 Tirreno-Adriático: Rolf Sørensen 1st place, 9th stage of the Tour de France: Léon van Bon 1st place, Vattenfall Cyclassics: Léon van Bon 1999 Dutch champion in the joint start: Maarten Den Bakker 1st place, general classification Paris-Nice: Michael Boogerd