Rafał Ratajczyk

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Rafał Ratajczyk
Rafał Ratajczyk Sixdays Zürich 2007-2008.jpg
Personal information
Full name Rafał Ratajczyk
Born (1983-04-05) 5 April 1983 (age 31)
Żyrardów, Poland
Team information
Current team CCC Polsat Polkowice
Discipline Track, road
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
2008–2009
2010
Polska Kadra Torowa
Polska Narodowa
Professional team(s)
2005
2006
2011–
Grupa PSB-Atlas-Orbea
MBK-Cycles-Scout
CCC Polsat Polkowice
Infobox last updated on
2 February 2012

Rafał Ratajczyk (born 5 April 1983, in Żyrardów) is a Polish professional racing cyclist.

Doping[edit]

In December 2009, he was banned by the Polish Cycling Association for half a year for doping. He tested positive for ephedrine.[1]

Career highlights[edit]

  1. 2002: 3rd in European Championship, Track, Scratch, U23, Buttgen (GER)
  2. 2004: 1st in European Championship, Track, Points race, U23, Valencia
  3. 2004: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Scratch, U23, Valencia
  4. 2005: 1st in National Championship, Road, ITT, U23, Poland, Sobótka (POL)
  5. 2006: 1st in Manchester, Scratch (GBR)
  6. 2006: 1st in Sydney, Scratch (AUS)
  7. 2006: 2nd in World Championship, Track, Points race, Elite, Bordeaux
  8. 2006: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Omnium, Elite, Ballerup (DEN)
  9. 2007: 1st in Manchester, Scratch (GBR)
  10. 2007: 3rd in World Championship, Track, Scratch, Elite, Palma de Mallorca (SPA)
  11. 2007: 2nd in Aigle, Points race (SUI)
  12. 2007: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Omnium, Elite, Alkmaar
  13. 2007: 3rd in UIV Cup Dortmund, U23 (GER)
  14. 2008: 2nd in Los Angeles, Points race (USA)
  15. 2011: 1st in European Track Championships, Points race, Elite, Apeldoorn (NL)

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