Priska Doppmann

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Priska Doppmann
Personal information
Full name Priska Doppmann
Born (1971-05-10) 10 May 1971 (age 43)
Cham, Switzerland
Height 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight 55 kg (121 lb)
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1999
2000
2001
2005–2006
2007
2008
Gas Sport Team
Master Carpe Diem
Acca Due O - Lorena Camichi
Univega Pro Cycling Team
Raleigh - Lifeforce Pro Cycling Team
Cervélo-Lifeforce Pro Cycling Team

Priska Doppmann (born 10 May 1971) is a Swiss road racing cyclist, born in Cham.[1] She finished 7th in the Women's road race at the 2008 Summer Olympics. Currently[when?], she is a manager for the women's team Garmin-Cervélo.

Palmarès[edit]

1999
1st Switzerland Swiss National Road Race Championships
3rd GP Kanton Aargau Gippingen
2nd Rund Um die Rigi - Gersau
2000
1st GP Kanton Aargau Gippingen
2nd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
3rd Swiss National Road Race Championships
2001
1st Stage 4, Giro della Toscana Int. Femminile
1st Switzerland Swiss National Time Trial Championships
2nd Swiss National Road Race Championships
3rd Stage 5 Tour de Snowy
2002
2nd Swiss National Road Race Championships
3rd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
3rd GP Suisse Féminin
3rd General Classification, Gracia - Orlova
2nd Stage 1, Gracia - Orlova
3rd Stage 2, Gracia - Orlova
2nd Stage 3, Gracia - Orlova
1st Rund Um die Rigi - Gersau
2nd Stage 4 Women's Challenge
2nd Stage 7 Women's Challenge
2nd Stage 1 Tour de Snowy
3rd Waalse Pijl
1st Berner Rundfahrt
2004
1st Rund Um die Rigi - Gersau
2nd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
3rd Stage 3,a Gracia - Orlova, Rydultowy
3rd Giro d'Italia Donne
3rd Prologue Giro d'Italia Donne, Pordenone
3rd Stage 1 Giro d'Italia Donne, Montereale Valcellina
2nd Chrono Champenois - Trophée Européen
1st GP des Nations
2005
3rd Rund Um die Rigi - Gersau
1st Tour Cycliste Féminin de la Drôme
1st Stage 1, Tour Cycliste Féminin de la Drôme, Taulignan
1st Stage 2, Tour Cycliste Féminin de la Drôme, Sederon
1st Stage 3a, Tour Cycliste Féminin de la Drôme, Vaison la Romaine (with Christiane Soeder, Sereina Trachsel, Sarah Grab and Emma Rickards)
1st Stage 5 Tour Cycliste Féminin de la Drôme, Chateauneuf du Rhône
2nd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
1st Classification Grande Boucle
2nd Stage 2 Grande Boucle, Marckolsheim
2nd Stage 3 Grande Boucle, Plombières Les Bains
3rd Stage 5 Grande Boucle, Saint-Vallier
1st Stage 6 Grande Boucle Féminine Internationale, Vaujany
3rd Stage 3 Thüringen-Rundfahrt der Frauen, Gera
2nd Chrono des Herbiers
2006
2nd Stage 1 Tour of New Zealand, Lower Hutt
2nd General Classification Tour of New Zealand
2nd Souvenir Magali Pache, Lausanne
1st Stage 2, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin, Rieux Minervois
1st Stage 6, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin, Montreal d'Aude
1st L'Heure D'Or Féminine / The Ladies Golden Hour (with Nicole Cooke, Christiane Soeder, Karin Thürig and Joanne Kiesanowski)
3rd Stage 3, Holland Ladies Tour, Goor
1st Chrono des Herbiers
2007
2nd Rund Um die Rigi - Gersau
3rd Stage 7, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin, Rennes-les-Bains
1st Stage 2, Grande Boucle, Lacs de Haute-Charent
1st Stage 3a, Grande Boucle, La Tremblade
3rd Stage 3b, Grande Boucle
3rd Stage 4, Grande Boucle, Casteljaloux
2nd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
3rd Chrono des Herbiers
2008
7th Road race, 2008 Summer Olympics
8th Time trial, 2008 Summer Olympics
3rd Swiss National Time Trial Championships
3rd Karbach
1st Stage 5, Krasna Lipa Tour Féminine, Krásná Lípa
1st Stage 2, Thüringen-Rundfahrt der Frauen, Gera
1st Open de Suéde Vargarda (with Karin Thürig, Christiane Soeder, Carla Ryan, Sarah Düster and Pascale Schnider)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Athlete Biography - DOPPMANN Priska". Beijing Olympics official website. Archived from the original on 2008-08-14. 

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