Tim Veldt

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Tim Veldt
2015 UEC Track Elite European Championships 221.JPG
Personal information
Full nameTim Veldt
Born (1984-02-14) 14 February 1984 (age 39)
Amstelveen, Netherlands
Team information
Current team BEAT Cycling
DisciplineTrack
Role
Rider typeSprinter
Managerial team
2017– BEAT Cycling Club
Medal record
Representing Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Men's track cycling
World Championships
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2014 Cali Omnium
European Championships
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2010 Pruszków Omnium
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 2013 Apeldoorn Omnium
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2010 Pruszków Team Pursuit
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2013 Apeldoorn Team Pursuit

Tim Veldt (born 14 February 1984) is a Dutch former track cyclist, who currently works as a directeur sportif for both the road and track teams of BEAT Cycling. [1] [2] During his career Veldt won two world cup classics in the team sprint, two European titles (under 23 1 km time trial and omnium) as well as three Dutch national titles (1 km time trial twice and keirin). During the 2005 UCI Track Cycling World Championships he won the silver medal in the team sprint together with Theo Bos and Teun Mulder.

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Starting August 2017 Veldt became the coach of BEAT Cycling Club. In this team the riders are Matthijs Büchli, Theo Bos and Roy van den Berg.

Major results

2003
National Track Championships
2nd Kilo
3rd Sprint
2004
1st Team sprint, 2004–05 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Los Angeles
National Track Championships
2nd Kilo
3rd Keirin
3rd Sprint
2005
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Kilo
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Keirin
2nd Sprint
2nd Team sprint, UCI Track World Championships
2nd Kilo, 2004–05 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Sydney
2005–06 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Manchester
2nd Team sprint
3rd Kilo
3rd Kilo, UEC European Under-23 Track Championships
2006
1st UEC Champion Jersey.svg Omnium, UEC European Track Championships
1st UEC Champion Jersey.svg Kilo, UEC European Under-23 Track Championships
2005–06 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
1st Team sprint, Moscow
2nd Kilo, Los Angeles
2006–07 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
2nd Team sprint, Sydney
2nd Team sprint, Moscow
3rd Kilo, Sydney
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Kilo
3rd Sprint
2007
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Kilo
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Sprint
3rd Keirin
2nd Rotterdam Sprint Cup
3rd Kilo, 2006–07 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Manchester
2008
National Track Championships
3rd Kilo
3rd Scratch
2009
National Track Championships
2nd Kilo
3rd Individual pursuit
2010
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Kilo
2nd Individual pursuit
2011
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Scratch
2nd Points race
2012
National Track Championships
1st MaillotHolanda.PNG Scratch
2nd Individual pursuit
2nd Points race
2013
UEC European Track Championships
2nd Omnium
3rd Team pursuit
2013–14 UCI Track Cycling World Cup, Manchester
2nd Omnium
Sport records icon NR.svg National record, Team pursuit (4:03.033)

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References

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  2. "BEAT Cycling Club". UCI.org. Union Cycliste Internationale. Archived from the original on 2 March 2020. Retrieved 2 March 2020.