Home › Cycling › Nieuws Cycling | 18 juni 2017 Kruijswijk closes the Tour de Suisse 3rd overall Share dit bericht via social media: LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk finished the Tour de Suisse in third place overall behind winner Simon Spilak. He ended in sixth place behind in the time trial around Schaffhausen, where Rohan Dennis won. “Steven rode a good time trial and closed in a fundamental sixth place,” Sports Director Addy Engels said after the last stage. “Caruso and Spilak also rode a good time trials and finished ahead of Steven." “It is a bit like the last uphill finish. We hoped to get more and Steven rode full-gas, but we did not win a place with it. Today, Steven has given everything again.” The Dutchman finished 1-08 back in the overall, but just 20 seconds off of second place Damiano Caruso. “You always strive for the highest achievable spot. Before we came here, we did not know how good Steven was then it turns out Steven rides exceptional." “He abandoned the Giro two weeks before coming here, so to grab a podium in a highly-ranked WorldTour race is important. It was a fair battle and it turned out that Spilak and Caruso were a bit better at this moment. The team supported Steven well on his way to the podium.” ; Share dit bericht via social media: Meer nieuws 25 juni 2017 in Cycling Groenewegen sprints to third in Dutch Championship 21 juni 2017 in Cycling Team LottoNL-Jumbo fills four of five top spots without win in Dutch time trial championship Tom Dumoulin won the Dutch time trial championships, but right behind were LottoNL-Jumbo’s men, second through fifth respectively: Stef Clement, Robert Gesink, Jos van Emden and Koen Bouwman. 21 juni 2017 in Cycling LottoNL-Jumbo ignites Halle-Ingooigem race Team LottoNL-Jumbo attacked continuously but ended empty-handed in today’s Halle-Ingooigem race in Belgium. 18 juni 2017 in Cycling Kruijswijk closes the Tour de Suisse 3rd overall LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk finished the Tour de Suisse in third place overall behind winner Simon Spilak. He ended in sixth place behind in the time trial around Schaffhausen, where Rohan Dennis won.