Primoz Roglic extends contract with Jumbo-Visma until 2025

BERG NETHERLANDS APRIL 18 Start Primoz Roglic of Slovenia and Team Jumbo Visma during the 55th Amstel Gold Race 2021 Mens Elite a 2167km race from Valkenburg to Berg en Terblijt Amstelgoldrace amstelgoldrace on April 18 2021 in Berg Netherlands Photo by Bas CzerwinskiGetty Images
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Primož Roglič has extended his contract with Jumbo-Visma until the end of the 2025 season, taking his time at the WorldTour squad to a decade.

The 32-year-old Slovenian won gold in the time trial at the Tokyo Olympics and a third Vuelta a España. He has been with Jumbo-Visma since first stepping up to WorldTour level in 2016 and has won more than 50 races. He finished second behind Tadej Pogacar at the 2020 Tour de France after losing the yellow jersey in the final time trial. He crashed out of this year’s Tour de France but is expected to lead Jumbo-Visma hopes in the Grand Boucle in 2022.  

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