Robert Bartko

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Robert Bartko
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Personal information
Full name Robert Bartko
Born (1975-12-23) December 23, 1975 (age 39)
Potsdam, East Germany
Team information
Current team LKT Team Brandenburg
Discipline Track, road
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
1999–2000 Peugeot Team Berlin
2000 Skilled-Germany
2006 Team BDR
Professional team(s)
2001–2002 Team Telekom
2003–2004 Rabobank
2009–2014 LKT Team Brandenburg
Infobox last updated on
28 January 2012

Robert Bartko (born December 23, 1975 in Potsdam) is a road bicycle and track cyclist from Germany, who was born in the former East Germany. He won two gold medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia: in the individual and in the team pursuit. He competed in races for professional riders from 2001 to 2014.

Major road results[edit]

1999
1st, Stage 5b, Sachsen Tour
2002
2nd, Overall, Niedersachsen-Rundfahrt
Winner Stage 5
2003
1st, Stage 4, Tour de Luxembourg
3rd, Overall, Tour of Belgium
2004
1st, Overall, Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen
Winner Prologue
2005
1st, Stage 1, Tour of Hungary
2007
3rd, National Time Trial Championship
2008
1st, Rund um Berlin

Major track results[edit]

Olympic Games
2000 – Sydney, 1st, Pursuit
2000 – Sydney, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Lehmann/Becke/Fulst)
UCI Track World Championships
1998 – Bordeaux, 2nd, Team Pursuit (with Lademann/Becke/Fulst)
1998 – Bordeaux, 3rd, Pursuit
1999 – Berlin, 1st, Pursuit
1999 – Berlin, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Lehmann/Becke/Fulst)
2004 – Melbourne, 3rd, Pursuit
2005 – Los Angeles, 1st, Pursuit
2006 – Bordeaux, 1st, Pursuit
2007 – Palma de Mallorca, 2nd, Pursuit
2008 European Track Championships
2008 - 2nd, Omnium
2009 - Ghent, Madison (with Roger Kluge)
National Track Championships
2000 – Hamburg, 1st, (with Fulst/Kalfack/Müller)
2000 – Hamburg, 2nd, Pursuit
2000 – Hamburg, 3rd, Madison (with Andreas Kappes)
2005 – Hamburg, 1st, Pursuit
2005 – Hamburg, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Fulst/Lampater/König)
2005 – Hamburg, 1st, Madison (with Guido Fulst)
2006 – Cottbus, 1st, Pursuit
2006 – Cottbus, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Fulst/Kriegs/König)
2006 – Cottbus, 1st, Madison (with Andreas Beikirch)
2007 – Berlin, 1st, Pursuit
2007 – Berlin, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Kriegs/König/Schulz)
2008 - ...
2009 - ...
2010 - ...
UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
1998 – Berlin, 1st, Pursuit
1998 – Berlin, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Lademann/Fulst/Becke)
2004 – Moscow, 1st, Pursuit
2005 – Los Angeles, 1st, Pursuit
2005 – Los Angeles, 1st, Madison (with Leif Lampater)
2005 – Los Angeles, 1st, Team Pursuit (with Lampater/Bommel/Bengsch)
2006 – Moscow, 1st, Pursuit
2006 – Moscow, 3rd, Team Pursuit (with Bengsch/Fulst/Lampater)
Six Days-wins (21 in total)
Amsterdam – 2007 (with Iljo Keisse) & 2009 and 2010 (with Roger Kluge)
Berlin – 2004 (with Guido Fulst)& 2009 (with Erik Zabel) & 2011 (with Roger Kluge)
Bremen – 2005 (with Andreas Beikirch) & 2008 (with Iljo Keisse) & 2011 with Robert Bengsch & 2012 (with Peter Schep)
Copenhagen - 2014 (with Marcel Kalz)
Ghent – 2006 & 2007 & 2011 (with Iljo Keisse)
Munich – 2005 (with Erik Zabel) & 2008 (with Iljo Keisse)
Stuttgart – 2006 (with Fulst & Lampater) & 2008 (with Keisse & Lampater
Rotterdam – 2007 (with Iljo Keisse)
Zürich 2010 (with Danilo Hondo)

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