Chann McRae

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Chann McRae
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Personal information
Full name William Chann McRae
Nickname The Moonwalker
Born (1971-10-11) October 11, 1971 (age 42)
Albany, Georgia, United States of America
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Rider type All-rounder
Professional team(s)
1996
1997
1998
1999–2000
2001
2001–2002
Porcelana Santa Clara - Samara
Die Continentale - Olympia
Saturn
Mapei - QuickStep
Mercury - Viatel
US Postal Service
Major wins
MaillotUSA.PNG National Road Championships (2002)
Infobox last updated on
November 7, 2009

William Chann McRae (born October 11, 1971) is an American professional road bicycle racer from Albany, Georgia. He was a professional from 1996 to 2003. He raced in the Tour de France and grew up with Lance Armstrong.

Career[edit]

1990
3rd in General Classification Ruban Granitiers Bretons (FRA)
1992
1st in  United States National Championship, Road, Amateurs (USA)
1994
3rd in  United States National Championship, Road, Amateurs (USA)
1997
1st in Lancaster Classic (USA)
1st in First Union Invitational (USA)
3rd in Stage 5 Regio Tour International (GER)
3rd in Stage 6 Závod Míru, Żywiec (CZE)
2nd in Köln - Schuld - Frechen (GER)
1998
2nd in Stage 4 Závod Míru, Jested (CZE)
1st in Stage 1 Niedersachsen Rundfahrt, Wolfsburg (GER)
2nd in General Classification Niedersachsen Rundfahrt (GER)
1999
5th. World Championships road race
3rd in Firenze - Pistoia (ITA)
2000
1st in Erembodegem-Terjoden (BEL)
3rd in GP Beghelli (ITA)
3rd in GP Beghelli (ITA)
2nd in Stage 4 Giro del Trentino, Arco di Trento (ITA)
15th in Prologue Giro d'Italia, Roma (ITA)
19th in Stage 13 Giro d'Italia, Selva Val Gardena (ITA)
13th in Stage 18 Giro d'Italia, Pratonevoso (ITA)
14th in Stage 20 Giro d'Italia, Sestrières (ITA)
17th in General Classification Giro d'Italia (ITA)
31st in Stage 1 Tour de France, Futuroscope (FRA)
68th in Stage 2 Tour de France, Loudun (FRA)
59th in Stage 3 Tour de France, Nantes (FRA)
65th in Stage 5 Tour de France, Vitre (FRA)
82nd in Stage 6 Tour de France, Tours (FRA)
62nd in Stage 7 Tour de France, Limoges (FRA)
94th in Stage 8 Tour de France, Villeneuve-sur-Lot (FRA)
85th in Stage 9 Tour de France, Dax (FRA)
101st in Stage 10 Tour de France, Lourdes - Hautacam (FRA)
100th in Stage 11 Tour de France, Revel (FRA)
2001
2nd in Austin (USA)
2002
2nd in USPro Ch'ship (USA)
1st in  United States National Championship, Road, Elite, Philadelphia (USA)
1st in Stage 1 Volta Ciclista a Catalunya, TTT, Deltebre (ESP)
alongside Tom Boonen, George Hincapie, Roberto Heras, Christian Vande Velde, Michael Barry, David Clinger, and Matthew White
2003
3rd in Stage 2 Pomona Valley Stage Race, KB Home (USA)

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