Nick Craig

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Nick Craig
Nick Craig 2008MarathonChamps.jpg
British National MTB Marathon Champs.
Margam Park, 1 June 2008
Personal information
Full name Nicholas Ian Craig
Born (1969-04-03) 3 April 1969 (age 45)
 England
 United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Cyclo-cross & MTB
Role Rider
Rider type Cyclo-cross, XC & Marathon
Professional team(s)
1991
1992–1993
1993–1997
Raleigh - Saab
Peugeot - Look
Diamond Back Racing
Science in Sport
Major wins
National Champion x7 (at least)
Infobox last updated on
14 April 2008

Nicholas Ian Craig (born 3 April 1969, Stockport[1][2]) is a professional racing cyclist specialising in cross country mountain bike racing and cyclo-cross, and a multiple national champion.

Palmarès[edit]

Cyclo-cross[edit]

1994
2nd British National Cyclo-cross Championships
1995
3rd British National Cyclo-cross Championships
1996
1st United Kingdom British National Cyclo-cross Championships
1998
1st United Kingdom British National Cyclo-cross Championships
1999
2nd British National Cyclo-cross Championships
2002
3rd British National Cyclo-cross Championships
2004
2nd British National Cyclo-cross Championships
2005
1st United Kingdom British National Cyclo-cross Championships
2007
2nd British National Cyclo-cross Championships

MTB[edit]

1999
3rd XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2000
1st United Kingdom XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2002
3rd XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2003
1st United Kingdom XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2005
1st United Kingdom Marathon, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2nd XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2006
1st United Kingdom Marathon, British Mountain Biking National Championships
3rd XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2007
2nd Marathon, British Mountain Biking National Championships
3rd XC, British Mountain Biking National Championships
2008
2nd Marathon, British Mountain Biking National Championships

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Profile". Cycle Base. 
  2. ^ "Profile". The Cycling Website.