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Juri Hollmann

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Place: Cologne
Birth: 30/08/1999
Country: GER
Height: 185 Cm
Weight: 70 Kg
Pro debut: 2018
Career path:

2018-2019: Heizomat – Rad Net

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Juri Hollmann

LOTS TO DISCOVER. Still in his third season as an under-23 rider, Germany’s Juri Hollmann continues to learn following good performances all over his youth stage, where he became one of the top athletes in his generation. He was 4th in the Bergen ITT Worlds, just eight seconds short for a medal, and claimed outstanding results at time trials in international events, against riders now part of WorldTour outfits. A powerhouse of huge numbers who continues to progress in all terrains, and a very courageous rider who will be te youngest of the rejuvenated Movistar Team in 2020: he turns only 21 in August.

ALREADY RIDDEN WITH THE BEST. Prior to his signing with the Telefónica-backed squad, Hollmann was part -as a trainee, in the summer of 2019- of another WorldTour team: the now-defunct Katusha-Alpecin. Alongside them, the bronze medalist in the 2019 German U23 ITT championships fulfilled appearances in top-level races, such as Milano-Torino, the Arctic Race of Norway, the Gran Piemonte or the national tours of Germany and Britain. At those races, Juri has adapted himself better to the speeds of the highest professional tier.

RAISED ON THE TRACK. Not only Albert Torres, Gloria Rodríguez or Sebastián Mora, to cite three members of the current Movistar Team, have improved their skills on the velodrome. Also on the banking, Juri Hollmann became one of the best juniors in his generation with two German national titles: one at the omnium, in 2017, and another one at the team pursuit, in 2016. With Germany always regarded as one of Europe’s top nations in track events, there’s hope that Juri’s abilities will help him shine brightly on the road in the WorldTour, too.

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Results
2020

26 Days of Racing
3282.3 Km covered

12th European Championships ITT
35th BinckBank Tour
36th (4th stage) BinckBank Tour
41th (3rd stage) BinckBank Tour
48th (1st stage) Tour Down Under
52th Down Under Classic
55th (1st stage) Tour de la Provence
58th Tour Down Under
60th (5th stage) Tour Down Under
61th Coppa Sabatini
62th (2nd stage) Tour Down Under
63th (3rd stage) Tour Down Under
65th (1st stage) BinckBank Tour
65th Milano-Torino
67th (3rd stage) Tour de la Provence
67th (2nd stage) BinckBank Tour
67th Gent-Wevelgem
72th European Championships RR
82th (6th stage) Tour Down Under
84th (4th stage) Tour Down Under
86th Giro dell'Appennino
89th Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne
94th Giro della Toscana
95th (4th stage) Tour de la Provence
103th Tour de la Provence
128th (2nd stage) Tour de la Provence