Thüringen Rundfahrt der U23

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Thüringen Rundfahrt der U23
Race details
DateMid May
Region Thuringia, Germany
English nameTour of Thuringia
Local name(s)Thüringen Rundfahrt
Discipline Road
Competition UCI Europe Tour
TypeStage race
History
First edition1976 (1976)
Editions38
Final edition2013 (2013)
First winnerFlag of Germany.svg  Joachim Vogel  (GER)
Most winsFlag of Germany.svg  Uwe Ampler  (GER)(3 wins)
Final winnerFlag of the Netherlands.svg  Dylan van Baarle  (NED)

Thüringen Rundfahrt der U23 was a bicycle road race held annually in the German state of Thuringia. It was a stage race reserved to athletes under the age of 23. Since 2005, it was organized as a 2.2U event on the UCI Europe Tour. After the 2013 edition, it was discontinued. [1]

Thuringia State in Germany

Thuringia, officially the Free State of Thuringia, is a state of Germany.

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Winners

RiderTeam
1976 Flag of Germany.svg Joachim Vogel  (FRG)
1977 Flag of Germany.svg Andreas Neuer  (FRG)
1978 Flag of East Germany.svg Norbert Dürpisch  (DDR)
1979 Flag of East Germany.svg Hans-Joachim Hartnick  (DDR)
1980 Flag of East Germany.svg Andreas Petermann  (DDR)
1981 Flag of East Germany.svg Andreas Petermann  (DDR)
1982 Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Raab  (FRG)
1983 Flag of East Germany.svg Mario Hernig  (DDR)
1984 Flag of East Germany.svg Matthias Lendt  (DDR)
1985 Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Ampler  (FRG)
1986 Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Ampler  (FRG)
1987 Flag of Germany.svg Uwe Ampler  (FRG)
1988 Flag of Germany.svg Olaf Ludwig  (FRG)
1989 Flag of Germany.svg Steffen Rein  (FRG)
1990 Flag of Germany.svg Bert Dietz  (GER)
1991No race
1992 Flag of Germany.svg Bert Dietz  (GER)
1993 Flag of Germany.svg Ralf Schmidt  (GER)
1994 Flag of Germany.svg Steffen Uslar  (GER)
1995 Flag of Germany.svg Steffen Blochwitz  (GER)
1996 Flag of Germany.svg Michael Schlickum  (GER)
1997 Flag of Germany.svg Timo Scholz  (GER)
1998 Flag of Germany.svg Lars Teutenberg  (GER)
1999 Flag of Germany.svg Stephan Schreck  (GER)
2000 Flag of Germany.svg Patrik Sinkewitz  (GER)
2001 Flag of Austria.svg Christian Pfannberger  (AUT) Austria (national team)
2002 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Pieter Weening  (NED) Rabobank GS3
2003 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Joost Posthuma  (NED) Rabobank GS3
2004 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Thomas Dekker  (NED) Rabobank GS3
2005 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kai Reus  (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2006 Flag of Germany.svg Tony Martin  (GER) Thüringer Energie Team
2007 Flag of Switzerland.svg Mathias Frank  (SUI) Switzerland (national team)
2008 Flag of Germany.svg Patrick Gretsch  (GER) Thüringer Energie Team
2009 Flag of Austria.svg Stefan Denifl  (AUT) Austria (national team)
2010 Flag of Germany.svg John Degenkolb  (GER) Thüringer Energie Team
2011 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Wilco Kelderman  (NED) Rabobank Continental Team
2012 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Rohan Dennis  (AUS) Team Jayco-AIS
2013 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dylan van Baarle  (NED) Rabobank Development Team

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References

  1. "2014 gibt es keine U23-Thüringen-Rundfahrt" [There is no U23 Thuringen Rundfahrt in 2014] (in German). Radsport-news.com. 22 October 2013. Retrieved 17 November 2017.