Jens Fiedler (cyclist)

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Jens Fiedler
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Personal information
Full name Jens Fiedler
Born (1970-02-15) February 15, 1970 (age 44)
Dohna, East Germany
Team information
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Rider type Sprinter
Professional team(s)
  • 1993–1996
  • 1997–1999
  • Neue Walthersdorfer
  • XXL Erdgas

Jens Fiedler (born 15 February 1970 in Dohna, Saxony) is a German triple Olympic champion and multiple world champion track cyclist. He retired from competitive cycling in early 2005.[1] [2]

Palmares [3][edit]

1992
1st Olympic Games, Sprint
1st National Championship, Sprint
1993
1st National Championship, Sprint
1994
1st National Championship, Sprint
1995
1st National Championship, Sprint
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Michael Hübner, Jan van Eijden)
1996
1st Olympic Games, Sprint
1st National Championship, Sprint
1997
2nd World Championship, Sprint
1998
1st National Championship, Sprint
1st World Championship, Keirin
2nd World Championship, Sprint
1999
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Jan van Eijden, Eyk Pokorny)
1st National Championship, Sprint
1st World Championship, Keirin
2000
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Jan van Eijden, Carsten Bergemann)
3rd Olympic Games, Sprint
3rd Olympic Games, Keirin
2nd World Championship, Keirin
2001
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Sören Yves Lausberg, Eyk Pokorny)
3rd World Championship, Keirin
2002
1st National Championship, Keirin
1st National Championship, Sprint
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Stefan Nimke, Carsten Bergemann)
3rd World Championship, Team sprint
2003
2nd National Championship, Team sprint (with Stefan Nimke, Carsten Bergemann)
1st World Championship, Team sprint (with René Wolff, Carsten Bergemann)
2004
1st National Championship, Team sprint (with Stefan Nimke, Carsten Bergemann)
1st Olympic Games, Team sprint (with Stefan Nimke, René Wolff)

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