Jolien D'hoore

Date of Birth: 14 March 1990 (28)
Nationality: Belgian
Place of Birth: Ghent, Belgium
Turned Pro: 2008
Joined Mitchelton-SCOTT: 2018
Twitter: @JolienDhoore
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Jolien boasts an impressive list of palmares with a host of stage, one-day and overall wins to her name and is well-known for her sprinting abilities.

An Olympic medallist and world champion on the track, the Belgian rider has a fierce change of pace and is a consistent performer.

Jolien joins Mitchelton-SCOTT in 2018 and brings a wealth of experience to the team particularly in bunch sprints and her ‘home’ spring Classics races.

Top-20 results for Mitchelton-SCOTT:

-       1st Women's Tour - Stage 1
-       1st Driedaagse Brugge - De Panne
-       2nd Tour of Chongming Island - Points Classification
-       2nd Tour of Chongming Island - Stage 3
-       2nd Gent-Wevelgem
-       2nd Drenste Acht van Westerveld
-       3rd Omloop van het Hageland
-       6th Tour of Chongming Island - Stage 2
-       8th Tour of Chongming Island - General Classification
-       8th Women's Tour - Stage 4
-       8th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad
-       11th Ronde van Drenthe
-       12th Tour of Flanders

Other results:
- Four-time Belgian road race champion
- 2017 1st Track world championships - Madison
- 2016 3rd Olympic Games - Omnium 
- 2015 1st Ronde van Drenthe World Cup 
- 2015 1st Crescent Vargarda World Cup 
- Two-time Madrid Challenge by La Vuelta winner
- Major Tour winner – BeNe Ladies Tour (2016 and 2015), Tour of Chongming Island (2017)