Zdeněk Štybar

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Zdeněk Štybar
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Štybar at the 2011 Superprestige Zonhoven
Personal information
Full name Zdeněk Štybar
Nickname Štyby
Born (1985-12-11) 11 December 1985 (age 29)
Planá u Mariánských Lázní, Czechoslovakia
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 68 kg (150 lb)
Team information
Current team Omega Pharma-Quick Step
Discipline Cyclo-cross and Road
Role Rider
Rider type Cyclo-cross
All-rounder (Road)
Professional team(s)
2005–2011 Telenet-Fidea
2011– Quick Step
Major wins
Cyclo-cross

UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup

Overall 2009/2010
7 individual races

Cyclo-cross Superprestige

Overall 2009/2010
6 individual races

GvA Trophy

3 individual races

Cyclo-cross World Championships (2010, 2011, 2014)
National Cyclo-cross Championships (2008–2013)

Road

Grand Tours

Vuelta a España
1 individual stage (2013)

Stage races

Eneco Tour (2013)
3 individual stages (2013, 2014)

One-Day Races and Classics

National Road Race Championship (2014)
Infobox last updated on
1 July 2014

Zdeněk Štybar (Czech pronunciation: [ˈzdɛɲɛk ˈʃtɪbar], born 11 December 1985 in Planá u Mariánských Lázní) is a Czech professional cyclist who rides for UCI ProTeam Omega Pharma-Quick Step.[1] While best known as a Cyclo-cross racer, in 2011 Štybar began his professional Road career while continuing to race Cyclo-cross.

Following consecutive second places in 2008 and 2009, Štybar won the 2010 World Cyclo-cross championships in his home nation. In 2011, he won the World championships for a second time. In 2012 he pulled off a victory on the road by winning a stage in the Four Days of Dunkirk. In 2013, Štybar came in sixth in Paris–Roubaix. He was in contention for the victory as he was part of the leading trio with Sep Vanmarcke and Fabian Cancellara when he hit a spectator, causing him to slow down to clip in his pedals. He tried to get back to the two leaders, but to no avail.[2] In August of the same year, Štybar took the overall victory in the Eneco Tour – part of the UCI World Tour – winning two stages in the process.[3] Later that month, Štybar won stage 7 of 2013 Vuelta a España beating world champion Philippe Gilbert.[4]

In 2014, Štybar won the World Cyclo-cross championships for a third time in a heated battle with defending world champion Sven Nys.[5] In the 2014 Eneco Tour, Stybar tasted the steel barriers in the fourth stage near the finish line and had to undergo hospitalization.[6] Upon his return, he complained to the UCI that the same dangerous barriers were used in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Québec.[7] His first victory upon his return was Binche–Chimay–Binche, where he attacked inside two kilometers to go on a small cobbled climb after being led out by his teammate Niki Terpstra at the foot of the rise. Štybar had time to celebrate, coming in 2 seconds before John Degenkolb and the charging sprinters.[8]

Palmarès[edit]

Cyclo-cross[edit]

2002
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Junior Championships
2005
1st Jersey rainbow.svg World Under-23 Championships
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Under-23 Championships
2006
1st Jersey rainbow.svg World Under-23 Championships
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Under-23 Championships
1st GP Shimano
1st Kermiscross
1st Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde
1st Cyclocross Treviso (Under-23)
1st Ciclocross del Ponte Faè di Oderzo
2007
1st Cyklokros Louny
1st Cyklokros Plzeň
1st Cyclo-cross Kalmthout
1st Ciclocross del Ponte Faè di Oderzo
1st Cyklokros Podbořany
2nd Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde
2nd Bollekescross
3rd Superprestige Diegem
2008
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Superprestige Diegem
1st Azencross
2nd Vlaamse Aardbeiencross
2nd Grand Prix Rouwmoer
2009
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Duinencross Koksijde
1st Ziklokross Igorre
1st Bollekescross
1st Grand Prix van Hasselt
2nd Grand Prix Sven Nys
2nd Vlaamse Aardbeiencross
2nd Superprestige Diegem
3rd Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde
3rd Cyclo-cross Gavere
3rd Cyclo-cross Namur
3rd Grand Prix Rouwmoer
3rd Azencross
2010
1st Jersey rainbow.svg World Championships
1st Overall UCI World Cup
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Overall Superprestige
1st Cyclo-cross Grand Prix Lille Métropole
1st Cyclophile Aigle
1st Cyklokros Plzeň
1st Cyclo-cross Ruddervoorde
1st Cyclo-cross Namur
1st Cyclo-cross Zonhoven (October)
2nd Grand Prix Sven Nys
2nd Krawatencross
2nd Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle
2nd Cyclo-cross Zonhoven (February)
2nd Cyclo-cross Vorselaar
2nd Grand Prix van Hasselt
2nd Azencross
3rd Superprestige Diegem
2011
1st Jersey rainbow.svg World Championships
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Bollekescross
2nd Grand Prix Sven Nys
2nd Krawatencross
2nd Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle
2nd Super Trophy Cross Ronse
2nd Grand Prix van Hasselt
2nd Azencross
3rd Cyclo-cross Gavere
3rd Cyclo-cross Koppenberg
2012
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Cyclo-cross Liévin
1st Noordzeecross
2nd Krawatencross
2nd Sluitingsprijs Oostmalle
2nd Azencross
3rd Superprestige Diegem
2013
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Championships
1st Versluys Cyclocross Bredene
2nd Grand Prix Sven Nys
3rd Grand Prix Erik De Vlaeminck
2014
1st Jersey rainbow.svg World Championships

Road racing[edit]

2006
1st Stage 6 Volta Ciclista Internacional a Lleida
1st Stage 3 Tour des Pyrénées
2012
1st Stage 3 Tour de Pologne
2nd Overall Four Days of Dunkirk
1st Stage 4
2013
1st Jersey white.svg Overall Eneco Tour
1st Stages 3 & 7
1st Stage 7 Vuelta a España
1st Stage 1 (TTT) Tirreno–Adriatico
6th Paris–Roubaix
2014
1st Stage 2 Eneco Tour
1st MaillotRepúblicaCheca.PNG National Road Race Championships
1st Binche–Chimay–Binche
3rd National Time Trial Championships
5th Paris–Roubaix
7th Milan – San Remo
10th Clásica de San Sebastián

Monuments results timeline[edit]

Monument 2011 2012 2013 2014
Milan – San Remo 66 7
Tour of Flanders 36 18
Paris–Roubaix 6 5
Liège–Bastogne–Liège
Giro di Lombardia

DNF = Did not finish
— = Did not compete

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Omega Pharma-Quick-Step Cycling Team (OPQ) – BEL". UCI World Tour. Union Cycliste Internationale. Retrieved 9 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Stybar's Paris-Roubaix ruined by collision with spectator". Cyclingnews.com (Bath, UK: Future plc). 7 April 2013. Retrieved 9 April 2013. 
  3. ^ Benson, Daniel (18 August 2013). "Stybar storms to Eneco Tour victory in Kapelmuur". Cyclingnews.com (Future plc). Retrieved 18 August 2013. 
  4. ^ "Classifications after the stage 7 / Stage". 2013-08-30. Retrieved 2014-01-10. 
  5. ^ "Stybar tops Nys for third UCI Cyclo-cross World Championship title". 
  6. ^ "Stybar crashes out of the Eneco Tour". Cyclingnews.com (Future plc). 14 August 2014. Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  7. ^ Laura Weislo (12 September 2014). "Stybar appeals to UCI to find safer barriers". Cyclingnews.com (Future plc). Retrieved 12 September 2014. 
  8. ^ Joseph Doherty (8 October 2014). "Stybar's late attack seals Binche-Chimay-Binche". Cycling Quotes (CyclingQuotes.com 2013). Retrieved 8 October 2014. 

External links[edit]

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