Lieke Klaus

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Lieke Klaus

Lieke Klaus (born October 28, 1989 in Wijchen, Gelderland) is a Dutch BMX racer.[1]

Klaus reached her first podium spot at a BMX World Cup meeting in 2007 when she won the bronze medal in Victoria, Canada.[1] In 2008 she reached the quarter final at the World Championships in Taiyuan and she qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.[1]

During the 2011 UCI World Championships of BMX in Copenhagen, Denmark, Lieke reached a 14th place in the Elite Women Time-Trial Superfinal and reached a 4th place in the Elite Women Challenge competition.

These results moved Klaus to rank 40 in the world, according to Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI).

Palmarès[edit]

BMX[edit]

2011
14th UCI World Championships, Time-Trial Superfinal
4th UCI World Championships, Challenge competition

Track cycling[edit]

2008
3rd 2008 Dutch National Track Championships, sprint
2010
3rd 2010 Dutch National Track Championships, sprint

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Athlete biography: Lieke Klaus, beijing2008.cn, ret: Aug 11, 2008