Sepp Kuss renews with the Jumbo-Visma until 2024

The 26-year-old American climber extends his relationship with his current team for the next three seasons.


The American cyclist Sepp Kuss has renewed with the Jumbo-Visma team until 2024, the Dutch squad reported this Friday. Kuss, 26, is "very happy" with the extension of his contract. "I have felt very comfortable here the last three years. Both the riders and the technical team are a very pleasant environment for me. They all understand me as an athlete and, more importantly, also as a person," he said.

The team's sporting director, Merijn Zeeman, was also pleased to retain a rider "who has achieved great victories in the Tour of Utah, the Vuelta and the Dauphiné." "He is one of the best climbers in the peloton and has grown a lot as a cyclist who knows how to take advantage of his opportunities and gives important help to the leaders," he added.In the big cycling rounds, Kuss has been a key rider for the leader of the Jumbo Visma, the Slovenian Primoz Roglic, in the mountain stages.

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