Tiemen Groen

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Tiemen Groen
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Tiemen Groen in 1967
Personal information
Born (1946-07-06) 6 July 1946 (age 74)
Follega, the Netherlands
Height1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight85 kg (187 lb)
Sport
SportCycling
Tiemen Groen "riding" on his back in 1967 Tiemen Groen (1967).jpg
Tiemen Groen "riding" on his back in 1967

Tiemen Groen (born 6 July 1946) is a retired Dutch cyclist who won four consecutive world titles in the 4 km individual pursuit in 1964–1967; [1] His sporting career began with DTS Zaandam. [2] He finished fourth in this event at the 1964 Summer Olympics. [3] He also won a silver medal in the team time trial at the 1966 UCI Road World Championships. He retired shortly after turning professional in 1967. [4]

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References

  1. Track Cycling World Championships 2012 to 1893. bikecult.com
  2. Maaskant, Piet (1967). Wiel an Wiel. Zwolle: La Riviere & Voorhoeve. p. 154.
  3. Tiemen Groen. sports-reference.com
  4. Tiemen Groen. cyclingarchives.com