Tina Liebig

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Tina Liebig (born 28 April 1980 in Gera) is a German professional racing cyclist.

Career wins

UCI Road World Championships, junior road race
Stage 5 Krasna Lipa Tour Féminine (CZE)
General Classification Giro del Trentino Alto Adige - Südtirol (ITA)
1st: Stage 1
General Classification Krasna Lipa Tour Féminine (CZE)
2006 (Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung)
7th World University Cycling Championship, time trial
2009 (DSB Bank-LTO)

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