Allan Peiper

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Allan Bruce Peiper
Alan Peiper 2.jpg
Personal information
Full name Allan Bruce Peiper
Born (1960-04-26) 26 April 1960 (age 57)
Alexandra, Victoria, Australia
Team information
Current team BMC Racing Team
Role Performance Manager
Amateur team(s)
Hawthorn Citizens' Youth Club
ACBB
Professional team(s)
1983–1985 Peugeot
1986 Panasonic
1987–1989 Panasonic – Isostar
1990 Panasonic – Sportlife
1991–1992 Tulip Computers
Managerial team(s)
2005–2006 Davitamon–Lotto
2007–2011 T-Mobile Team
2012 Garmin–Barracuda
2012– BMC Racing Team

Allan Peiper (born 26 April 1960 in Alexandra, Victoria, Australia) is a former Professional cyclist, who competed in five Tour de France cycle races. He is currently the Sporting Manager of BMC Racing Team[1]

Career[edit]

In 1982 he joined the Athletic Club de Boulogne Billencourt (ACBB), Europe's most successful sports club. Outstanding performances followed, which led to him being offered a professional contract with the Peugeot cycling team. At Peugeot he raced alongside fellow former ACBB riders Sean Yates, Stephen Roche, Robert Millar and Phil Anderson. After three seasons with Peugeot he joined the Dutch Panasonic team. In 1991 he then joined the Belgian team Tulip Computers.

Major results[edit]

Junior
1977
1978
Amateur
1979
1980
1981
1982 Athletic Club de Boulogne-Billancourt
Paris–Roubaix France 3rd[2]
Circuit Franco-Belge:France, Belgium General Classification 3rd[3]
UCI Road World Championships Road Race 182.4 km Goodwood, Great Britain 91st[4]
Grand Prix des Nations Time Trial 48.7 km Cannes, France 1st

Professional
1983 Peugeot-Shell-Michelin [5]
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 81st[6]
Tour of Flanders 272 km Belgium
G.P.Victor Standaert Critérium: 100 km Ninove, Belgium 3rd[7]
UCI Road World Championships Road Race 269.9 km Altenrhein, Switzerland DNF[8]

1984 Peugeot-Shell-Michelin [9]
Tour of Flanders 268 km Belgium ??
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré
Tour de France 4020.9 km 95th General Classification[10]
Prologue TT Montreuil – Noisy le Sec 5.4 km 3rd[11]
Stage 1: Bondy – St Denijs 148.5 km 3rd[12]
Stage 2: Bobigny – Louvroil, 249.5 km 10th[13]
Stage 3: Louvroil – Valenciennes 51 km TTT 4th[14]
Stage 4: Valenciennes – Béthune, 83 km
Stage 5: Béthune – Cergy Pontoise, 207 km
Stage 6: Cergy Pontoise – Alençon, 202 km
Stage 7: Alençon – Le Mans 67 km TT
Stage 8: Le Mans – Nantes, 192 km
Stage 9: Nantes – Bordeaux, 338 km
Stage 10: Langon – Pau, 198 km
Stage 11: Pau – Guzet Neige, 226.5 km
Stage 12: St. Girons – Blagnac, 111 km
Stage 13: Blagnac – Rodez, 220.5 km
Stage 14: Rodez – Domaine du Rouret, 227.5 km
Stage 15: Domaine de Rouret – Grenoble, 241.5 km
Stage 16: Les Echelles – La Ruchère 22 km TT
Stage 17: Grenoble – L'Alpe d'Huez, 151 km
Stage 18: Bourg d'Oisans – La Plagne, 185 km
Stage 19: La Plagne – Morzine, 186 km
Stage 20: Morzine – Crans Montana, 140.5 km
Stage 21: Crans Montana – Villefranche en Beaujolais, 320.5 km
Stage 22: Villié Morgon – Villefranche en Beaujolais 51 km TT
Stage 23: Pantin – Paris, 196.5 km
UCI Track World Championships 5 km Pursuit Barcelona DNQ[15]

1985 Peugeot-Shell-Michelin [16]
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 64th[17]
Tour of Flanders 271 km Belgium 24th
Tour de France 4127.8 km 86th General Classification[18]
Prologue TT: Plumelec 6.8 km 7th
Stage 1: Vannes – Lanester 256 km
Stage 2: Lorient – Vitro 242 km
Stage 3: Vitré – Fougères 73 km TTT 4th
Stage 4: Fougères – Port Audemer 239.5 km
Stage 5: Neufchatel en Bray – Roubaix 224 km 8th
Stage 6: Roubaix – Reims 221.5 km
Stage 7: Friday, 5 July, Reims – Nancy 217.5 km
Stage 8: Sarrebourg – Strasbourg 75 km TT
Stage 9: Strasbourg – Epinal 173.5 km
Stage 10: Epinal – Pontarlier 204.5 km
Stage 11: Pontarlier – Morzine Avoriaz 195 km
Stage 12: Morzine – Lans en Vectors 269 km
Stage 13: Villard de Lans 31.8 km TT
Stage 14: Autrans – St Etienne 179 km
Stage 15: St Etienne – Aurillac 237.5 km
Stage 16: Aurillac – Toulouse 247 km
Stage 17: Toulouse – Luz Ardiden 209.5 km
Stage 18A: Luz St.Sauveur – Col d'Aubisque 52.5 km
Stage 18B: Lauruns – Pau 83.5 km
Stage 19: Pau – Bordeaux 203 km
Stage 20: Montpon Menestrel – Limoges 225 km
Stage 21: Lac de Vassivière 45.7 km TT
Stage 22: Orléans – Paris Champs Elysées 196 km

1986 Panasonic [19]
Tour of Flanders 275 km Belgium ??
Herald Sun Tour

1987 Panasonic-Isostar [20]
Omloop Het Volk
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 135th[21]
Dwars door Vlaanderen
E3 Prijs Vlaanderen
Driedaagse van De Panne-Koksijde
Tour of Flanders 274 km Belgium 10th[22]
Amstel Gold Race
Luik Bastenaken Luik

Tour of Switzerland
Tour de France 4321.1 km DNF

1988 Panasonic-Isostar [23]
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 93rd[24]
Tour of Flanders 264 km Belgium 38th
UCI Road World Championships Road Race 272 km Ronse, Belgium 10th[25]

1989 Panasonic-Isostar [26]
Tour of Flanders 264 km Belgium 7th

1990 Panasonic-Sportlife [27]
Tour of Flanders 265 km Belgium 51st
Giro d'Italia 144th General Classification[28]
Stage 1 Individual TT Bari 13 km 8th[29]
Tour de France 3404 km DNF

1991 Tulip Computers[30]
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 29th[31]
Tour of Flanders 269 km Belgium 16th

1992 Tulip Computers[32]
Milan–San Remo 294 km Italy 120th[33]
Tour of Flanders 260 km Belgium 44th
Tour de France 3975 km 126th General Classification[34]

Team Management[edit]

2005 Davitamon Lotto Belgium. Sportdirector[35]
2006 Davitamon Lotto Belgium. Sportdirector[36]
2007 T Mobile Germany. Sportdirector[37]
2008 High Road US. Sportdirector[38]
2009 Team Columbia High Road US. Sportdirector[39]
2010 Team HTC Columbia US. Sportdirector[40]
2011 HTC High Road US. Logistics Manager[41]
2012 Garmin Barracuda US. Competition Director[42]
2013 BMC Racing Team US. Sporting Manager[43]
2014 BMC Racing Team US. Performance Manager[44]

Bibliography[edit]

  • A Peiper's Tale A sporting biography of Allan Peiper by Chris Sidwells[45]. 2005. ISBN 1-874739-39-0.  ref stripmarker in |title= at position 71 (help)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ http://www.wvcycling.com/wedstrijd/272/uitslag/1982///
  3. ^ http://www.circuitfrancobelge.com/level.1/sub.5/fr/le-palmares.html
  4. ^ http://www.the-sports.org/cycling-world-championships-results-1982-men-epm11967.html
  5. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  6. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1983result.htm
  7. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  8. ^ http://www.cyclingfever.com/editie.html?editie_id=14463
  9. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  10. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1984.html
  11. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1984.html
  12. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1984.html
  13. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1984.html
  14. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1984.html
  15. ^ http://www.cyclingarchives.com/ritfiche.php?ritid=55897
  16. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  17. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1985result.htm
  18. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1985.html
  19. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  20. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  21. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1987result.htm
  22. ^ http://www.cyclingfever.com/stage.html?etappe_idd=MjA5Nzg=
  23. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  24. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1988result.htm
  25. ^ http://bikeraceinfo.com/worlds/worlds-1988.html
  26. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  27. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  28. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/giro/giro1990.html
  29. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/giro/giro1990.html#stages
  30. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  31. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1991result.htm
  32. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  33. ^ http://www.milansanremo.co.uk/1992result.htm
  34. ^ http://www.bikeraceinfo.com/tdf/tdf1992.html
  35. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  36. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  37. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  38. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  39. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  40. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  41. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  42. ^ http://www.memoire-du-cyclisme.eu/
  43. ^ http://www.uci.ch/templates/BUILTIN-NOFRAMES/Template1/layout.asp?MenuId=MTYzMzU&LangId=1
  44. ^ http://www.bmcracingteam.com/index.php?id=55
  45. ^ http://www.chrissidwells.com/books/peipers-tale.htm

External links[edit]