Matej JURCO
 
Country:    Slovakia
Born:   1984-08-08 (34)
Gender:  
Family:   Son of Milan Jurco
  
  
 

Road | More
Year   Teams    CycleBase
Rankings
   Wins
  2003    De Nardi - Colpack (Trainee, from September)      503    2
  2004    De Nardi       759    1
  2005    Domina Vacanze - De Nardi       1536    1
  2006    Milram       1680    1
  2007    Milram       1300    -
  2008    Milram       642    2
  2009    -      646    -
  2010    Dukla Trencin - Merida       1727    1
  2011    Dukla Trencin - Merida       323    1
  2012    Whirlpool - Author       903    1
  2013    Dukla Trencin - Trek       488    -
  2014    Dukla Trencin - Trek       1077    -
  2015    Kemo - Dukla Trencin       -    -
  2016    Szuper Beton       -    -

Results | Wins | Analysis

2002

World Championships ITT U19 (9/10)
  10th place
World Championships U19 (12/10)
  5th place

2003

Ronde van Egypte (20-28/2)
  1st place in 5th stage
GP Zts Dubnica (24/5)
  6th place
Ronde van Servie (17-22/6)
  6th place in 2nd stage
  7th place in 3rd stage
  4th place in 4th stage
  9th place in 5th stage
  9th place in 7th stage
Bohemia Tour (9-12/7)
  9th place
  3rd place in 1st stage
GP Bradlo (20/7)
  2nd place
Tour de Mazovia (23-27/7)
  2nd place in 5th stage
GP Pribram (10/8)
  5th place
European Championships ITT U23 (15/8)
  8th place
Ronde van Slowakije (27-31/8)
  13rd place
  1st place in 1st stage
GP Fourmies (14/9)
  30th place
World Championships U23 (17/9)
  14th place
Coppa Sabatini (25/9)
  19th place
World Championships ITT U23 (7/10)
  19th place

2004

NC Slovakia ITT (24/6)
  1st place
NC Slovakia (27/6)
  2nd place
Internationale UNIQA Classic (7-10/7)
  3rd place
Olympic Games ITT (18/8)
  35th place

2005

Ronde van Langkawi (28/1-6/2)
  11st place
Tour of Flanders (3/4 - Pro Tour)
  79th place
NC Slovakia ITT (23/6)
  1st place

2006

Liege - Bastogne - Liege (23/4 - Pro Tour)
  104th place
Ster Elektrotoer (14-17/6)
  17th place
NC Slovakia ITT (22/6)
  1st place
NC Slovakia (25/6)
  4th place
World Championships (24/9)
  122nd place
Giro di Lombardia (14/10 - Pro Tour)
  69th place

2007

Vuelta a Espana (1-23/9 - Pro Tour)
  134th place

2008

La Flèche Wallonne (23/4)
  115th place
Liege - Bastogne - Liege (27/4 - Pro Tour)
  101st place
Giro d`Italia (10/5-1/6)
  129th place
NC Slovakia ITT (26/6)
  1st place
NC Slovakia (29/6)
  1st place
Olympic Games ITT (13/8)
  28th place
Vuelta a Espana (30/8-21/9)
  81st place
World Championships ITT (25/9)
  17th place

2009

NC Slovakia ITT (25/6)
  6th place
NC Slovakia (28/6)
  5th place
GP Gemenc (10-11/7)
  2nd place
  3rd place in 1st stage
GP Bradlo (25-26/7)
  3rd place
  3rd place in 2nd stage

2010

Ronde van Uruguay (26/3-4/4)
  1st place in 4th stage

2011

Kerman Tour (24-28/2)
  3rd place in 4th stage
Ronde van Marokko (25/3-3/4)
  8th place
  2nd place in 9th stage
Challenge Khouribga (7/4)
  8th place
Banja Luka - Beograd (24/4)
  2nd place
Tour of Malopolska (16-18/6)
  8th place
NC Slovakia ITT (23/6)
  6th place
NC Slovakia (26/6)
  2nd place
Tour de Mazovia (26-30/7)
  4th place
  1st place in 1st stage
Puchar Ministra Obrony Narodowej (20/8)
  3rd place
Duo Normand (18/9)
  6th place
World Championships ITT (21/9)
  38th place

2012

Tour of Malopolska (10-12/5)
  7th place
NC Slovakia ITT (21/6)
  3rd place
Czech Tour (28/6-1/7)
  1st place in 4th stage
GP Kralovehradeckeho Kraje (18/8)
  4th place
World Championships ITT (19/9)
  30th place
World Championships (23/9)
  91st place

2013

Kosice - Miskolc (23/3)
  4th place
Ronde van Marokko (29/3-7/4)
  5th place
  2nd place in 1st stage
  2nd place in 5th stage
Mayor Cup (1/5)
  5th place
NC Slovakia ITT (21/6)
  4th place
GP Budapest (21/7)
  10th place
GP Kranj (27/7)
  2nd place
World Championships Militairs (4/9)
  5th place
World Championships ITT (25/9)
  47th place

2014

Visegrad 4 Bicycle Race - GP Hungary (17/5)
  7th place
NC Slovakia ITT (26/6)
  4th place
NC Slovakia (29/6)
  4th place