Matej Jurčo

Matej Jurčo

Jurčo in 2008
Personal information
Full name Matej Jurčo
Born (1984-08-08) 8 August 1984
Poprad, Slovakia
Team information
Current team Dukla Trenčín-Trek
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
2003 Tatranské orly
2003 Dukla Trenčín
2003 Domina Vacanze–Elitron (stagiaire)
2009 Tatranské orly
Professional team(s)
2004–2005 Domina Vacanze
2006–2008 Team Milram
2010–2011 Dukla Trenčín
2012 Whirlpool–Author
2013– Dukla Trenčín-Trek
Infobox last updated on
27 January 2015

Matej Jurčo (born 8 August 1984 in Poprad) is a Slovak professional road bicycle racer. He is the son of Milan Jurčo, who was also a professional cyclist. Matej was the first Slovak participant in Vuelta a España. He is a multi-national champion in individual time-trial as well as a national champion in road race in 2008. At present he is racing in Slovak continental team Dukla Trenčín-Trek. Mostly he trains in the region of Liptov where he is living.

Major results

3rd European Youth Olympic Games – Road race
1st La Coupe du Président de la Ville de Grudziadz
1st Oberosterreich-Junioren-Rundfahrt
1st UCI Juniors World Challenge
2nd Overall Tour de Taiwan
2nd GP General Patton
3rd GP Ruebliland
4th Giro di Basilicata
1st Kroz Istru
5th World Junior Road Race Championships
1st World Military Individual Time Trial Cycling Championships
1st Overall GP Lidice
1st Stage 5 Tour d'Egypte
1st Stage 1 Tour of Slovakia
2nd Overall Tour de Hungary
1st Prologue & Stage 6
2nd GP Bradlo
5th GP Pribram
6th GP ZTS Dubnica
9th Overall Ytong Bohemia Tour
1st National Time Trial Championships
2nd National Road Race Championships
3rd Overall International UNIQA Classic
1st National Time Trial Championships
1st National Time Trial Championships
134th Overall Vuelta a España
1st National Road Race Championships
1st National Time Trial Championships
81st Overall Vuelta a España
129th Overall Giro d'Italia
2nd Overall Gemenc GP
3rd Overall GP Bradlo
1st Stage 4 Vuelta del Uruguay
2nd National Road Race Championships
2nd Banja Luka–Beograd II
3rd Puchar Ministra Obrony Narodowej
4th Overall Dookola Mazowsza
1st Stage 1
6th Duo Normand (with Pavol Polievka)
8th Overall Tour du Maroc
8th Overall Tour of Malopolska
8th Challenges Phosphatiers I
Czech Cycling Tour
1st Stages 1 (TTT) & 4
3rd National Time Trial Championships
4th GP Kralovehradeckeho Kraje
7th Overall Tour of Malopolska
2nd GP Kranj
4th Košice–Miskolc
5th World Military Road Race Cycling Championships
5th Overall Tour du Maroc
5th Mayor Cup
10th Central European Tour Budapest GP
7th GP Hungary


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