Pavel Buran

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Pavel Buran
Personal information
Full name Pavel Buran
Born (1973-04-25) April 25, 1973 (age 41)
Brno, Czech Republic
Team information
Discipline Track
Role Rider
Rider type Sprinter
Infobox last updated on
24 June 2010

Pavel Buran (born 25 April 1973)[1] is a professional track cyclist from the Czech Republic. A multiple medalist at the European Championships, Buran won a bronze medal in the Keirin in 2000. As a junior, he is reputed to have done a track stand in the sprint event which lasted so long, the UCI introduced time limits for which riders were allowed to remain stationary during the event.[citation needed]

Palmarés[edit]

1990
2nd Sprint, UCI Track World Championships, Middlesbrough - Juniors
1991
2nd Sprint, UCI Track World Championships - Juniors
2nd Tandem, UCI Track World Championships, Stuttgart - Amateurs
1992
2nd Tandem, UCI Track World Championships, Valencia - Amateurs
1998
3rd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint
1999
2nd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint
2000
3rd, Keirin, Track World Championships, Manchester
2001
1st European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint, Brno
2002
2nd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint, Buttgen
3rd Team Pursuit, European Track Championships, Buttgen
2003
3rd Sprint, European Track Championships, Omnium, Moscow
2nd Sprint, Moscow
2004
3rd Sprint, European Track Championships, Omnium, Valencia
3rd Keirin, Moscow
2005
3rd Keirin, Sydney

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pavel Buran". Cycling Website.