Nicholas White (South African cyclist)

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Nicholas White
Personal information
Full nameNicholas White
Born (1974-01-08) January 8, 1974 (age 46)
South Africa
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Rider typeAll-rounder
Professional teams
2001–2004HSBC
2007–2008 MTN
2009 Team Medscheme
Major wins
African Champion Road Race
Cameroon 2007
UCI Africa Tour winner 07/08
2005 Absa Cape Epic Mixed Category Winner

Nicholas "Nic" White (born 8 January 1974) is a South African former racing cyclist. [1]

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White won the UCI Africa Tour series in 2007/8 season and the African Road Championship in Cameroon in 2007.

In 2008 White competed in the Absa Cape Epic with partner Anke Erlank, placing 1st in the Mixed Category.

Major results

1998
3rd National Time Trial Championships
1999
1st Pick n Pay Amashovashova National Classic
3rd Overall Toer Report
1st Stage 2
3rd Overall Giro del Capo
2000
1st Jersey yellow.svg Overall Giro del Capo
1st Stage 6
1st Stage 1 Tour of South China Sea
2001
2nd Overall FBD Insurance Rás
1st Stage 7
2nd Overall Giro del Capo
1st Stage 5
3rd National Time Trial Championships
2002
1st Jersey yellow.svg Overall Tour of South China Sea
1st Stage 1
1st Stage 5 Tour de Serbie
2nd National Time Trial Championships
2003
3rd National Time Trial Championships
2004
1st Jersey yellow.svg Overall Mi-Août en Bretagne
1st Stage 6 Ruban Granitier Breton
3rd National Time Trial Championships
3rd National Road Race Championships
5th Overall Tour de Langkawi
2006
2nd National Time Trial Championships
2007
African Road Championships
1st Road race
1st Time trial
1st Jersey yellow.svg Overall Tour du Maroc
1st Stage 1a
3rd National Time Trial Championships
8th Overall Giro del Capo
2008
1st Overall UCI Africa Tour
2nd Time trial, African Road Championships
2nd National Time Trial Championships
3rd Intaka Tech Worlds View Challenge 1
4th Overall La Tropicale Amissa Bongo
6th Overall Tour du Maroc
1st Stage 9
9th Overall Giro del Capo
2010
2nd National Road Race Championships
2nd Overall Tour of Thailand
6th H. H. Vice-President's Cup

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References

  1. "Nicholas White". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 22 January 2019.