Dumoulin looks at the Vuelta in front of a powerful Jumbo

The Dutchman will be in the Spanish round in a Jumbo that also includes the presence of the current winner, Primoz Rogloc. Kuss, the alternative.


EI Jumbo will once again have a team of guarantees in the Tour of Spain. The powerful Dutch squad, who saw their leader Roglic lose the Tour 24 hours before arriving in Paris after they were the dominators for three weeks, will once again be one of the teams to watch from next October 20 at the start of Irun.

Tom Dumoulin (29 years old) would be the leader, as he himself has confirmed in recent days, and the Dutch team's plans also include the presence of the current winner, Primoz Roglic (30). The two would be accompanied by a guarantee team where the North American Sepp Kuss, winner in 2019 in El Acebo, would also stand out. A list that is not definitive and that can take many turns, but that gives an idea of the powerful line-up that could present in the Spanish round.

Dumoulin made it clear during the Tour: “I didn't start in Nice in good shape, but I've gotten better and better as the days go by. That is a good sign. " The Dutchman was already considering being in these two greats at the beginning of the year before the pandemic changed the entire calendar. It would be his third participation in the Vuelta after leaving 2012 and cherishing the victory in 2015 despite finally finishing sixth. Roglic, for his part, finished last Saturday at La Planche des Belles Filles "without knowing what his schedule would be" after the Tour, "needing time to think" .

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