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 38)
Potsdam, East Germany
Team information
Current team LKT Team Brandenburg
Discipline Track, road
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
1999–2000
2000
2006
Peugeot Team Berlin
Skilled-Germany
Team BDR
Professional team(s)
2001–2002
2003–2004
2009–2014
Team Telekom
Rabobank
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, Gold medal icon.svg, Pursuit
2000 – Sydney, Gold medal icon.svg, Team Pursuit (with Lehmann/Becke/Fulst)
UCI Track World Championships
1998 – Bordeaux, Silver medal icon.svg, Team Pursuit (with Lademann/Becke/Fulst)
1998 – Bordeaux, Bronze medal icon.svg, Pursuit
1999 – Berlin, Gold medal icon.svg, Pursuit
1999 – Berlin, Gold medal icon.svg, Team Pursuit (with Lehmann/Becke/Fulst)
2004 – Melbourne, Bronze medal icon.svg, Pursuit
2005 – Los Angeles, Gold medal icon.svg, Pursuit
2006 – Bordeaux, Gold medal icon.svg, Pursuit
2007 – Palma de Mallorca, Silver medal icon.svg, Pursuit
2008 European Track Championships
2008 - Silver medal icon.svg, 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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