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From one of the least successful teams in the race, to winning for fun. Jumbo Visma have turned their team around in the last two years, and done it off the back of the humble time trial. James Shrubsall found out how.
Jumbo-Visma on the podium after winning the team time trial on stage two of the Tour de France 2019 (Jeff Pachoud/AFP/Getty Images)The yellow team became the team in yellow. When Mike Teunissen gurned and wrestled his way to the first victory of this year’s Tour de France, there can’t be many who failed to notice the happy synchronicity between Jumbo-Visma’s in-house colour scheme and the Tour’s maillot jaune. How fortuitous that everything from the riders’ helmets […]
Rohan Dennis at the start of stage 10 of the Tour de France 2019 (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)Rohan Dennis said it was “the right decision to withdraw” from the Tour de France but has not offered up a full explanation.
Simon Yates celebrates his first Tour de France stage victory (Photo: Yuzuru SUNADA)Adam Yates admits he’s ‘got some catching up to do’ as his twin brother Simon notched the final Grand Tour stage victory missing from his palmarés at the Tour de France.
Egan Bernal warming up for the stage two team time trial at the Tour de France 2019 (Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images)The stage 12 time trial will provide the next indication of which favourite for the overall classification could wear yellow into Paris
Rohan Dennis abandoned the Tour de France and his team are still unclear why (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)Bahrain-Merida have been left “confused” and disappointed” after Rohan Dennis abandoned the Tour de France with no explanation.