He was Junior World Champion in 2009, won Paris-Roubaix Juniors in 2010, and followed that with a second place in his first U23 Paris-Roubaix a year later. But not wanting to rush into a pro career, Jasper Stuyven waited to sign a WorldTour contract with Trek-Segafredo until 2014. Over the succeeding years, Jasper Stuyven matured into one of the team's leaders. In 2018, Jasper’s consistency in the classics was impressive: he claimed top 10 finishes at the Tour of Flanders, Paris-Roubaix, Gent-Wevelgem, Milan-San Remo, E3 Harelbeke, and Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Jasper ended the 2018 season with a string of wins: stage four of the BinckBank Tour, the GP de Wallonie, and an emotional hometown victory at the GP Jef Scherens in Leuven.

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What is your best memory on the bike?

Winning Paris-Roubaix as a Junior World Champion.

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If you could have dinner with anyone famous, who would it be?

Dalai Lama