Jelle van Gorkom is a Dutch racing cyclist and Olympic silver medalist who represents the Netherlands in BMX. He was selected to represent the Netherlands at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London in the men's BMX event, and went on to win the silver medal in the same event four years later at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
About Jelle van Gorkom
Dutch BMX cyclist who represented his country at the 2012 Olympic Games. He was a time-trial silver medalist at the 2011 UCI World Championships.
He learned how to ride a bike when he was three years old. He started competing in BMX when he was five.
As a junior rider, he won titles at the national, European, and world levels.
He grew up in Doetinchem, Netherlands. His father's name is John.
Maris Strombergs won gold in men's BMX at the 2012 Olympics.
Information related to Jelle van Gorkom
- Sportspeople from Gelderland
- European Games competitors for the Netherlands
- Cyclists at the 2015 European Games
- Olympic cyclists of the Netherlands
- Olympic silver medalists for the Netherlands
- Cyclists at the 2012 Summer Olympics
- Cyclists at the 2016 Summer Olympics
- Dutch male cyclists