Tiaan Kannemeyer

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Tiaan Kannemeyer
Personal information
Born (1978-12-14) 14 December 1978 (age 41)
Bellville, South Africa
Team information
Current teamRetired
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Amateur team(s)
2002Biomax-Minolta
Professional team(s)
2000–2001Cologne
2003–2006 Barloworld
2007 Team Konica Minolta
2009 Stegcomputer-Neotel
2010 House of Paint

Tiaan Kannemeyer (born December 14, 1978, in Bellville) is a former South African cyclist. [1] In 2002 he won the South African National Road Race Championships. [2]

Palmares

1999
1st All-Africa Games Road Race
2002
MaillotSudafrica.PNG National Road Race Champion
1st stage 8 Herald Sun Tour
2003
1st Tour d'Egypte
1st stage 3
1st stage 3 Tour of Queensland
2004
1st stage 1 Giro del Capo
2nd National Time Trial Championships
2nd Gran Premio Industria e Commercio Artigianato Carnaghese
2005
1st UCI Africa Tour
MaillotSudafrica.PNG National Time Trial Champion
1st Giro del Capo
1st stages 2 and 4
2nd National Road Race Championships
3rd Tour de Langkawi

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References

  1. "Tiaan Kannemeyer". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 28 September 2015.
  2. "National Championship, Road, Elite, South Africa (Men)". Cycling Archives. Retrieved 13 February 2016.