Leif Lampater

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Leif Lampater
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Personal information
Full nameLeif Lampater
Born (1982-12-22) December 22, 1982 (age 37)
Waiblingen, Germany
Team information
Current teamRetired
Discipline
  • Track
  • Road
RoleRider
Rider typeEndurance (track)
Amateur teams
2004RSG Heilbronn
2005RSV Werner Otto Berlin
2006–2008TSV Schmiden
2008activity-racing-team
2009–2015RSV Irschenberg
2011–2013Rudy Project Racing Team
2014–2015 Maloja Pushbikers
Professional team
2016–2018 Rad-Net Rose

Leif Lampater (born December 22, 1982 in Waiblingen) is a German former professional racing cyclist. He competed in the men's team pursuit at the 2004 Summer Olympics. [1]

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He mainly focused on track cycling and excelled in the madison, individual pursuit, team pursuit and six-day racing. In his career, Lampater won three national titles in the team pursuit and the madison. he has won Track cycling World Cups in team pursuit twice and twice in madison. On top of that he won a total of eleven six-day cycling events.

Major results

2001
1st Team pursuit, UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Ipoh (with Marc Altmann, Christian Müller and Bernhard Wachter)
2nd Team pursuit, National Track Championships (with Daniel Palicki, Daniel Schlegel and Andreas Walzer)
2002
3rd Team pursuit, UEC European Under-23 Track Championships (with Marc Altmann, Christian Müller and Daniel Schlegel)
3rd Criterium, Backnang-Waldrems
2003
2nd Team pursuit, UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Sydney (with Marc Altmann, Guido Fulst and Andreas Müller)
2nd Team pursuit, National Track Championships (with Sven Krauß, Stefan Löffler and Christoph Meschenmoser)
Under-23 UIV Cup
3rd Amsterdam (with Sebastian Frey)
3rd Munich (with Sven Krauß)
2004
2004–05 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Los Angeles
1st Madison (with Robert Bartko)
1st Team pursuit (with Robert Bartko, Robert Bengsch and Henning Bommel)
2nd Stuttgart, Under-23 UIV Cup (with Andreas Welsch)
3rd Team pursuit, 2004 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Sydney (with Robert Bengsch, Guido Fulst and Christian Lademann)
3rd Criterium, Zusmarshausen
4th Team pursuit, Summer Olympics ((with Robert Bartko, Guido Fulst and Christian Lademann)
2005
2005–06 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
1st Madison, Manchester (with Guido Fulst)
2nd Madison, Moscow (with Guido Fulst)
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Team pursuit (with Robert Bartko, Guido Fulst and Karl-Christian König)
3rd Madison (with Christian Grasmann)
1st Criterium, Stuttgart
2004–05 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Manchester
3rd Madison (with Andreas Müller)
3rd Team pursuit (with Christian Bach, Robert Bengsch and Henning Bommel)
3rd Criterium, Bad Harzburg
2006
1st Six Days of Stuttgart (with Robert Bartko and Guido Fulst)
National Track Championships
2nd Indivivdual pursuit
2nd Team pursuit (with Christian Grasmann, Rolf Hofbauer and Stephan Lägeler)
2nd Six Days of Dortmund (with Guido Fulst)
3rd Team pursuit, 2006–07 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Moscow (with Robert Bartko, Robert Bengsch and Guido Fulst)
3rd Six Days of Berlin (with Guido Fulst)
3rd Six Days of Zürich (with Guido Fulst)
9th Overall Giro del Capo
2007
1st Six Days of Berlin (with Guido Fulst)
2nd Six Days of Bremen (with Guido Fulst)
2nd Six Days of Dortmund (with Erik Zabel)
2nd Six Days of Munich (with Erik Zabel)
2nd Criterium, Kirchheim-Teck
3rd Six Days of Zürich (with Guido Fulst)
2008
1st Six Days of Dortmund (with Erik Zabel)
1st Six Days of Rotterdam (with Danny Stam)
1st Six Days of Stuttgart (with Robert Bartko and Iljo Keisse)
National Track Championships
2nd Madison
2nd Team pursuit
2nd Six Days of Berlin (with Guido Fulst)
2nd Six Days of Bremen (with Erik Zabel)
2nd Six Days of Ghent (with Erik Zabel)
2nd Six Days of Munich (with Erik Zabel)
3rd Six Days of Zürich (with Alexander Äschbach)
2009
1st Six Days of Bremen (with Erik Zabel)
1st West Indies vs. the World, Port of Spain
National Track Championships
2nd Team pursuit
3rd Madison
2nd Six Days of Hasselt (with Léon van Bon)
2nd Six Days of Zürich (with Christian Grasmann)
3rd Six Days of Munich (with Christian Grasmann)
3rd Six Days of Rotterdam (with Franco Marvulli)
2010
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Madison (with Christian Grasmann)
2nd Team pursuit
2nd Six Days of Ghent (with Kenny De Ketele)
2nd Harlem Skyscraper Criterium
3rd Six Days of Bremen (with Christian Grasmann)
8th Mumbai Cyclothon
2011
2nd Six Days of Fiorenzuola (with Franco Marvulli)
2012
National Track Championships
2nd Madison
2nd Team pursuit
3rd Six Days of Bremen (with Iljo Keisse)
3rd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Robert Bartko)
2013
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Madison (with Nico Heßlich)
2nd Team pursuit
3rd Team sprint
1st Six Days of Ghent (with Jasper De Buyst)
2nd Six Days of Bremen (with Luke Roberts)
2nd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Luke Roberts)
2014
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Madison (with Marcel Kalz)
3rd Individual pursuit
1st Six Days of Bremen (with Wim Stroetinga)
2nd Six Days of Berlin (with Jasper De Buyst)
2nd Six Days of Zürich (with Silvan Dillier) [2]
3rd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Marc Hester)
3rd Six Days of Ghent (with Silvan Dillier) [3]
2015
1st Six Days of Berlin (with Marcel Kalz)
3rd Team pursuit, 2015–16 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Cambridge (with Maximilian Beyer, Theo Reinhardt and Kersten Thiele)
National Track Championships
3rd Individual pursuit
3rd Madison
3rd Six Days of Bremen (with Wim Stroetinga)
3rd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Marcel Kalz)
2016
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Team pursuit (with Maximilian Beyer, Lucas Liss and Marco Mathis)
3rd Omnium
2017
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Omnium
3rd Team pursuit
2nd Team time trial, National Road Championships
2018
National Track Championships
1st MaillotAllemania.svg Team pursuit (with Jasper Frahm, Felix Groß and Lucas Liss)
2nd Scratch
3rd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Marc Hester)

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References

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