Tomasz Brożyna

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Tomasz Brożyna
Personal information
Full nameTomasz Brożyna
Born (1970-09-19) September 19, 1970 (age 49)
Bieliny, Poland
Team information
Current team CCC Development Team
DisciplineRoad
Role
Amateur teams
1986–1995Korona Kielce
1995Rotan Spiessens
Professional teams
1996–1997 U.S. Postal Service
1998–1999 Mróz
2000–2002 Banesto
2003 CCC–Polsat
2004 Action
2005Knauf Team
2006 Intel–Action
Managerial teams
2013 Team Wibatech–Brzeg
2015– CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice
Major wins
Course de la Solidarité Olympique
(1991, 1996, 1998, 1999)

Tomasz Brożyna (born 19 September 1970 in Bieliny) is a Polish former professional road racing cyclist, who currently works as a directeur sportif for UCI Continental team CCC Development Team. [1] He entered professional cycling in 1996 [2] and retired in 2006 at the age of 36. He is the first Polish cyclist to complete all three of the Grand Tours. [3]

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Brożyna was a member of the Korona Kielce (1986–1995), [2] Rotan Spiessens (1995), [4] U.S. Postal Service (1996–1997), Intel–Action (1998–1999, 2004, [2] and 2006), [5] iBanesto.com (2000–2002), CCC–Polsat (2003), and Knauf teams (2005). [6]

His son Piotr Brożyna is also a professional cyclist.

Major results

1990
1st Stage 5a (ITT) Tour de Pologne
1991
1st Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques
1992
3rd Overall Peace Race
1993
3rd Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques
5th Overall Peace Race
1994
1st MaillotPolonia.PNG Team time trial, National Road Championships [2]
3rd Overall Tour de Pologne
4th Overall Regio-Tour
1995
1st Overall Tour of Małopolska
3rd Overall Peace Race
1996
National Road Championships
1st MaillotPolonia.PNG Two-man time trial [7]
2nd Individual time trial
1st Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques
1998
1st MaillotPolonia.PNG Road race, National Road Championships
1st Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques [2]
6th Route Adélie de Vitré
1999
1st Overall Tour de Pologne [8]
1st Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques
1st Stages 2 & 3 (ITT)
1st Overall Tour of Małopolska
2nd Tatra Cup
3rd Overall Peace Race [2]
1st Stage 9
2000
1st Overall Route du Sud
2002
1st Stage 1 (TTT) Volta a Portugal [2]
2nd Overall Tour de Pologne
7th Overall GP Mitsubishi
1st Stage 3 (TTT)
2003
4th Overall Course de Solidarność et des Champions Olympiques
1st Stage 3
2004
1st Overall Tour de Beauce
1st Stage 2
3rd Overall Bayern–Rundfahrt
7th Overall Tour de Pologne
2006
2nd Overall Tour de Luxembourg [2]

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References

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