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“The team time trial has been in the heads of the boys for a while already. They’ve done various tests with AeroPro this season and the results have really helped them in recent individual time trials.”

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JOS VAN EMDEN

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MAARTEN TJALLINGII

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ROBERT GESINK

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SEP VANMARCKE

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WILCO KELDERMAN

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17.09.2015 @ 12:51 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

Team LottoNL-Jumbo is working towards the team time trial in the World Championships in Richmond with confidence. The six-man team of Sports Directors Jan Boven and Mathieu Heijboer race on Sunday, September 20.

 

“The team time trial has been in the heads of the boys for a while already,” Heijboer said. “They’ve done various tests with AeroPro this season and the results have really helped them in recent individual time trials.”

 

Boven and Heijboer worked hard as well in the run-up to the time trial in Richmond.

 

“We’ve analysed all the team time trials of this year and found valuable information on the length of taking turns at the front and the wattages a rider needs to push when he leads the group. We will certainly use this data to be at our best on Sunday.”

 

The “typical American” course covers 38.8 kilometres. Heijboer said, “The roads are wide. It is not a very technical course. The final climb of the two, the one leading up to the finish, is quite nasty.”

 

As Dutch time trial champion Wilco Kelderman is looking forward to the team time trial.

 

“We have fantastic Bianchi bikes and material so our team is very motivated for Sunday. Especially because some of us are in a good shape.”

 

Team line-up:
Jos van Emden, Robert Gesink, Wilco Kelderman, Tom Leezer, Maarten Tjallingii & Sep Vanmarcke

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