December 6, 2022

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Newcomer Rohan Dennis instantly gives Jumbo-Visma his first victory on the 2022 road (and kicks after ex-Ineos team)

Newcomer Rohan Dennis instantly gives Jumbo-Visma his first victory on the 2022 road (and kicks after ex-Ineos team)

Jumbo Visma claimed her first victory of the 2022 road season. After all, newcomer Rohan Dennis (31) became the Australian Test Champion for the first time in four years. He beat out Bike Exchange-Jayco’s Luke Dorbridge by a wide margin (1’13 inches), and young talent Conor Leahy finished third.

Michael Van Damsource: cycling news

Dennis drove an average of 49.39 kilometers per hour on the 18.8 kilometer track in Ballarat, which the pros had to complete twice.

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In the past two years, Dennis has finished second in the Australian Championships time trial. His last title dates back to 2018. Dennis led the INEOS Grenadiers in recent years and moved to Jumbo Visma last winter. Its start looks promising.

“Ineos copied Jumbo-Visma”

So Rohan Dennis was unable to attend the team’s presentation in Spain on Tuesday due to the Australian time trial, but he spoke clearly through a video message recorded after a session in a wind tunnel before traveling to the Southern Hemisphere.

“There are so many things Jumbo-Visma does very well,” Dennis said of why he’s relocating. “I noticed when I was in Ineos that they copied Jumbo with a lot of stuff. And I thought: Why would I want to be on a team copying another team? So I wanted to move mainly because this team is better technically, it has a great structure. In sports, there are usually one or two teams that really pay to find one or one half of a percent. At the moment, Jumbo-Visma is the most likely candidate.”

Sporting director Merin Zeeman has described the former world champion in trials as “acquiring dreams” and is already sure of a place on the Tour de France team alongside Primo Roglic, Jonas Weinggaard, Sepp Koss, Stephen Krueswik and Watt. Fanart.

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