Uwe Peschel

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Uwe Peschel
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Uwe Peschel at the 2004 Deutschland Tour
Medal record
Road bicycle racing
Competitor for  Germany
Olympic Games
Gold 1992 Barcelona Team Road
World Championships
Silver 2003 Hamilton Time trial

Uwe Peschel (born 4 November 1968 in Berlin) is a German professional road bicycle racer and a time trialist. At the 1992 Summer Olympics, Peschel along with Bernd Dittert, Christian Meyer and Michael Rich, captured the gold medal in the Men's Team Road Race.

Major achievements[edit]

1992
Gold Medal, Men's Team Road Race – Summer Olympics
1996
Bayern-Rundfahrt
1997 – Cantina Tollo-Carrier
Grand Prix des Nations (ITT)
Stage 3b (ITT) – Danmark Rundt (2.3)
Stage 3 (ITT) – Regio-Tour (2.4)
Stage 4b (ITT) – Grand Prix Tell
1998 – Estepona en Marcha - Brepac
Stage 4b (ITT) – Trofeo Castilla y Leon (2.4)
3rd, Stage 9 (ITT) – Vuelta a España
1999 – Gerolsteiner
2001 – Gerolsteiner
Stage 1 – Peace Race (2.3)
2002 – Gerolsteiner
Grand Prix des Nations (ITT) (1.1)
 Germany National Time Trial Cycling Championship
1st overall and Stage 4b (ITT) win – Hessen Rundfahrt (2.3)
Karlsruhe Versicherungs GP (with Michael Rich) (1.2)
9th overall – Deutschland Tour (2.2)
9th overall – Peace Race (2.2)
2003 – Gerolsteiner
GP Eddy Merckx (with Michael Rich)
2nd (Silver Medal) – World Time Trial Cycling Championship
2004 – Gerolsteiner
2005 – Gerolsteiner
3rd – Luk Challenge (1.1) (with Michael Rich)
4th, Prologue (ITT) – Eneco Tour

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