Home › Cycling › Nieuws Cycling | 11 maart 2017 Team LottoNL-Jumbo persists despite setbacks in Paris-Nice Share dit bericht via social media: The penultimate stage of Paris-Nice proved to be a difficult one for team LottoNL-Jumbo, who lost Steven Kruijswijk. Its leader felt ill and decided not to start the stage, won by Richie Porte. Bram Tankink leads the team now, but he fell from 14th place to 19th overall. Sergio Henao of team Sky holds the overall lead ahead of tomorrow’s final stage. “This morning I said that Bram would be our leader,” Sports Director Nico Verhoeven explained. “But it is unrealistic to think that Bram would still be 14th after this stage, a stage which doesn’t suite him at all. "Our guys for the final three mountain days -- Stef Clement and Steven Kruijswijk – fell ill so there was not much more to gain. That will be the same tomorrow. We do not have the riders to do anything in these stages, but we will continue to do our best to finish as well as possible." ; Share dit bericht via social media: Meer nieuws 26 maart 2017 in Cycling Team LottoNL-Jumbo misses out in Ghent-Wevelgem Team LottoNL-Jumbo failed to join the mix for victory in Belgium’s Gent-Wevelgem today. After a crash involving Tom Leezer and Lars Boom, the peloton split and left the Dutch WorldTour team behind. Leezer ended his day in the hospital. A scan revealed that he fractured his pelvis. He should be sidelined for at least four weeks. 26 maart 2017 in Cycling Kruijswijk and Bennett close Catalunya with top 10 finish LottoNL-Jumbo’s Steven Kruijswijk and George Bennett ended the Volta a Catalunya in the top 10, seventh and ninth respectively, today in Barcelona. 25 maart 2017 in Cycling Kruijswijk and Bennett firmly in top-ten after hectic Catalunya stage 24 maart 2017 in Cycling Gijs van Hoecke shows in bad-luck day in E3 Prijs During the E3 Prijs Harelbeke today in Belgium, Team LottoNL-Jumbo dealt with some bad luck. Leader Lars Boom punctured his tyre just like his team-mate Twan Castelijns. Jos van Emden crashed. At front, though, Belgian Gijs van Hoecke fought in the leading group, which produced winner Greg van Avermaet.