Anton Cooper

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Anton Cooper
Anton Cooper Oct 2012.jpg
Anton Cooper at the McLeans Island 12 Hour Day/Nighter, October 2012
Personal information
Full name Anton Cooper
Nickname Coops
Born (1994-08-11) 11 August 1994 (age 20)
Team information
Discipline Mountain bike racing
Rider type Cross-country
Professional team(s)
2012
2013–
Trek World Racing
Cannondale Factory Racing
Major wins

Arc en ciel.svg World Junior Cross-country Mountain bike champion

Gold medal icon.svg Men's cross-country 2014 Commonwealth Games
Infobox last updated on
17 February 2013

Anton Cooper (born 11 August 1994 in New Zealand) is a cross-country cyclist who races for the Cannondale Factory Racing.[1] He is the 2012 World Junior Cross-country Mountain bike champion,[2]

Palmarès[edit]

2011
Silver medal icon.svg 2nd Junior Cross-country – World mountain bike championships Champéry, Switzerland
1st – Junior Cross-country World Cup Round 6 Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic
1st – Junior Cross-country World Cup Round 7 Val di Sole, Italy
1st – Karapoti Classic, Wellington, New Zealand; youngest ever overall winner
2012
MaillotMundial.PNG 1st Junior Cross-country – World mountain bike championships Saalfelden, Austria
1st – Junior Cross-country World Cup Round 6 Windham, USA
1st – Junior Cross-country World Cup Round 5 Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada
1st – Junior Cross-country World Cup Round 1 Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
2013
MaillotNuevaZelanda.PNG 1st Elite and U23 Cross-country – National mountain bike championships Rotorua, New Zealand
1st – U23 Cross-country World Cup Round 5 Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada
2nd – U23 Cross-country World Cup Round 6 Hafjell, Norway
4th U23 Cross-country – World mountain bike championships Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
2014
Gold medal icon.svg 1st – Men's cross-country 2014 Commonwealth Games Glasgow, Scotland

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cooper signs with Cannondale Factory Racing Team for 2013". Cycling News (Future Publishing Limited). 13 December 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Cooper ends junior career with world championship victory". Retrieved 29 October 2012. 

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