Tour de France 2019: Jumbo-Visma dominate Stage 2 team TT to win comfortably

Tour de France 2019: Jumbo-Visma dominate Stage 2 team TT to win comfortably

Martin James 7 Jul 2019 Dutch team a massive 20 seconds quicker than Team Ineos to extend Mike Theunissen's overall lead Jumbo-Visma kept Mike Theunissen in the yellow jersey with a masterly performance to win Stage 2 of the 2019 Tour de France, a 27.2km team time-trial in Brussels. The bonus seconds from Theunissen’s stage win yesterday gave the Dutch team a buffer to play with over the likes of Team Ineos and Deceuninck-QuickStep, but in the end they didn’t need it. Jumbo-Visma were a full 20 seconds quicker than Team Ineos at the finish, to make it two out of two so far this year, and give an early boost to Steven Kruijswijk’s GC ambitions. Deceuninck-QuickStep were third, less than a second slower than Ineos, then came Katusha-Alpecin and Sunweb. See related Tour de France 2019: Route maps, riders, live TV guide and all you need to know Tour ...

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