Eleonora van Dijk
- 2023 - Trek-Segafredo Women
- 2022 - Trek-Segafredo Women
- 2021 - Trek-Segafredo Women
- 2020 - Trek-Segafredo Women
- 2019 - Trek-Segafredo Women
- 2018 - Team Sunweb Women
- 2017 - Team Sunweb Women
- 2016 - Boels Dolmans Cycling Team
- 2015 - Boels Dolmans Cycling Team
- 2014 - Boels Dolmans Cycling Team
- 2012 - Team Specialized - Lululemon
- 2011 - HTC Highroad Women
- 2010 - HTC Columbia Women
- 2009 - Team Columbia Highroad Women
- 2009 - Vanderkitten Racing
- 2008 - Vrienden Van Het Platteland
- 2007 - Vrienden Van Het Platteland
- 2006 - Vrienden Van Het Platteland
Ellen van Dijk was born on February 11, 1987, in Harmelen, Netherlands.
Van Dijk has been competing for 18 seasons in professional cycling, having started her career with Vrienden van het Platteland in 2006. She then moved to Team Columbia in 2009, where she stayed for five seasons through its title sponsors HTC-Highroad and Specialized-lululemon until 2013. Van Dijk then joined Boels Dolmans from 2014-16, followed by Team Sunweb for 2017-18, and then joined Trek-Segafredo in 2019, where she is currently contracted through the end of 2024.
Among her crowning achievements, Van Dijk has won the individual time trial at the UCI Road World Championships three times; 2013 and 2021-2022, along with the team time trial world titles in 2012-13 and 2016-17. She is also the reigning UCI Hour Record holder extending the distance by more than 800m when she set a new mark of 49.254km in Grenchen in 2022.
Van Dijk is one of the most experienced and reliable domestiques in professional cycling and an all-round versatile athlete with victories at the Tour of Flanders and the European Championships while also winning overall titles at stage races Ladies Tour of Qatar, Lotto-Belisol Belgium Tour, Healthy Ageing Tour and Challenge by La Vuelta.
1st time trial World Champion 2013, 2021, 2022
1st team time trial World Champion 2012-13, 2016-17
1st Scratch Race World Champion 2008
European road race champion 2021
European time trial champion 2016-19
1st overall Ladies Tour of Qatar 2011
1st overall Lotto-Belisol Belgium Tour 2012-13
1st overall Healthy Ageing Tour 2013, 2016-17, 2021-22
1st overall Holland Ladies Tour 2013
1st overall Challenge by La Vuelta 2018
1st overall Baloise Ladies Tour 2022
1st overall Gracia-Orlová 2013
1st Tour of Flanders 2014
1st Sparkassen Giro 2010
1st Omloop van Borsele 2012
1st Le Samyn des Dames 2013
1st Chrono Champenois 2013
Dutch National Time Trial Champion 2007, '12-13
Open de Suede Vargarda TTT 2011-13
pro bike World TT champion and Hour Record holder gets new Trek Speed Concept in bling chrome finish
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Results Italy's Vittoria Guazzini wins first under-23 women's time trial world title in new combined event
News Dutch rider surprised by third World Championships time trial title on corner-heavy Wollongong course
News National team announce elite women, under-23 and junior women with later date for men's selection
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