Jonas Vingegaard


August 12, 2022

Jonas Vingegaard Rasmussen (born December 10, 1996 in Hillerslev, Denmark) is a Danish cyclist, member of the Team Jumbo-Visma team.



After a few years without notable results, in May 2016 he joined the Danish continental team ColoQuick-Cult. In July, he finished ninth in the time trial of the Sibiu Cycling Tour, just ahead of Egan Bernal. In September, aged 19, he finished second in the 2016 Tour of China I, four seconds behind Raffaello Bonusi. In April 2017, he was fourth and best young runner at the Tour du Loir-et-Cher. The following month, he confirmed it with several top 10 single-day races on the UCI Europe Tour, including second at the GP Viborg Grand Prix, where he was overtaken at the finish line by Kasper Asgreen. Two weeks later, his femur was torn at the Tour des Fjords, which brought his season to an early end. young man on the Tour du Loir-et-Cher. With the Danish under-23 team, he finished fifth in the Under-23 Peace Race, one of the most prestigious events on the UCI Under-23 Nations Cup calendar. In July, he won the prologue of the famous Aosta Valley Giro. The following day, he fell and abandoned in the first kilometers of the stage due to a cerebral commotion. A month later, he won the team time trial of the 2018 Tour de l'Avenir with the Danish midfielders. Thanks to his climbing skills, in August 2018 he signed a two-year contract with the Dutch World Tour Jumbo-Visma team for the 2019 and 2020 seasons. He joined the Jumbo-Visma team in 2019, and that year he got his first UCI WorldTour win on stage 6 of the 2019 Tour of Poland. Completed the 2020 Vuelta a España as the gregarious of race winner Primož Roglič. He won stage 5 of his first race in 2021, the UAE Tour 2021, before winning two stages and the overall at Settimana Coppi and Bartali and taking second overall, behind his teammate Roglič, in the Tour of the Basque Country. . At the 2021 Tour de France, he was gregarious to overall favorite Primož Roglič. This one suffered several falls and retired after eight stages, leaving Vingegaard as the only candidate for the overall classification of the team. He was second twice in the summit finishes, behind final winner Tadej Pogačar, and third in both time trials on his way to second overall, becoming the second Danish rider to achieve a podium in the Tour de France. and the first since 1996.


2018 1 stage of the Aosta Valley Giro2019 1 stage of the Tour of Poland 2021 1 stage of the UAE Tour Settimana Coppi and Bartali, 2 more stages 2nd at the Tour de France 2022 La Drôme Classic 1 step of the Dauphiné Criterion Tour de France, 2 more stages and Tour de France Mountain Grand Prix


Big Laps

Smaller turns

Classics and Championships

—: Does not participate Ab.: Abandon X: Not disputed


ColoQuick (05.2016-2018) ColoQuick CULT (05.2016-2017) Team ColoQuick (2018) Jumbo-Visma (2019-)


External links

Jonas Vingegaard at ProCyclingStats Media related to Jonas Vingegaard at Wikimedia Commons Jonas Vingegaard file