Kieran Page

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Kieran Page
Kieran Page - Pezula Racing.jpg
Page at the UK 2008 national road cycling championships, Helmsley, North Yorkshire
Personal information
Full name Kieran Hersey Page
Born (1983-05-02) 2 May 1983 (age 32)
 United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Mountain Bike, Road & Track
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
2001 SP Systems/Wightlink RT
2004 UVCA Troyes
2006 Elite 2 / Team L.P.R
2007 AVC Aix-en-Provence
Professional team(s)
2008 Pezula Racing
Infobox last updated on
16 August 2008

Kieran Page (born 2 May 1983)[1] is a British professional racing cyclist. He represented Britain at the junior road world championship in 2001.

Page set a new Commonwealth record at the 2002 Commonwealth Games with 4:29:662 in the 4 km pursuit. The previous record was held by Brad McGee in 4:30:594, set in 1998.[2]

Born in Newport on the Isle of Wight, Page now lives in Nice, France. He moved there in 2004, racing for the UVCA Troyes team.[3] Page was a member of British Cycling's World Class Performance Plan until 2006.

Palmarès[edit]

1999
1st United Kingdom Scratch race, British National Track Championships - Junior
2000
1st United Kingdom British National Road Race Championships - Junior
1st United Kingdom Pursuit, British National Track Championships - Junior
2nd Points race, British National Track Championships - Senior
2nd Kilo, British National Track Championships - Junior
2001
1st United Kingdom Pursuit, British National Track Championships - Junior
2nd British National Road Race Championships - Junior
3rd Kilo, British National Track Championships - Junior
2002
2nd Madison, British National Track Championships (with Kieran Page, SP Systems)
2003
2nd Team Pursuit, 2003 UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics, Round 3, Cape Town
2005
3rd Points race, British National Track Championships
2006
2nd Scratch race, British National Track Championships
2008
5th, Race 2 World View Challenge
8th, Overall FBD Insurance Ras

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rob Burgess (19 September 2001). "British Cycling Names World Road Team". uksport.gov.uk. 
  2. ^ "Commonwealth Games 2002: Yesterday at the games". The Independent. 31 July 2002. [dead link]
  3. ^ "KIERAN PAGE HEADS FOR FRANCE FOR A SEASON ON THE ROAD". British Cycling. January 2004. Archived from the original on 2004-03-01. 

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