STEADY PROGRESSION. Juri Hollmann is still one of the youngest members in the Movistar Team despite being already a fourth-year member of the Abarca Sports organisation (he turned 23 in August 2022). The German is gaining respect and value both inside and outside the team, thanks to his improvements over the hardest races of the calendar and his great work for the team leaders. His talent as a domestique is steadily improving, and so the Blues are trusting him to be an even more important piece in the near future.
BIG LEAGUES FROM YOUNG AGE. 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 outfit. Prior to that, he had completed some nice performances as a junior, including a 4th place in the 2017 Bergen ITT Worlds, just eight seconds short for a medal. A powerhouse for flat courses, tough classics or mixed terrains alike, who is yet to breakthrough in the WT.
RAISED ON THE TRACK. Before heading into a career on the road, Juri Hollmann became one of the best juniors in his generation on the track, 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 into the road peloton, too.