Arvis Piziks

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Arvis Piziks
Arvis Piziks 2017.jpg
Piziks in 2017
Personal information
Born (1969-09-12) 12 September 1969 (age 48)
Gulbene, Latvia

Arvis Piziks (born 12 September 1969)[1] is a Latvian former professional road bicycle racer. He won the National Road Race Championships in 2000.[2] He rode at three Olympic Games.[3]

Major results[edit]

1994 - Trident (Belgium)

1995 - Novell (The Netherlands)

  • 10th - GP Plouay, France (classic)
  • 12th - Leeds International Classic, England (world cup)
  • 14th - Paris-Bruxelles, France/Belgium (classic)
  • 30th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 56th - La Flèche Wallonne, Belgium (classic)
  • 84th - Clasica San Sebastian, Spain (world cup)
  • 91st - Tour de France

1996 - Rabobank (The Netherlands)

  • 18th - Olympic Games road race, Atlanta, USA
  • 24th - Omloop Het Volk, Belgium (classic)
  • 27th - Gent-Wevelgem, Belgium (classic)
  • 29th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 65th - Ronde van Nederland (winnaar ploegenklassement)
  • 69th - Ronde van Vlaanderen, Belgium (world cup)
  • 109th - Paris-Bruxelles, France/Belgium (classic)
  • 164th - Milano-San Remo, Italy (world cup)
  • Danmark Rundt (2nd in stage 2 to Arhus)
  • dnf - Tour de France (he abandoned the race in stage 13 to Superbesse; he was 7th in the first stage to 's-Hertogenbosch and 9th in stage 4 to Lac de Madine. In the first five stages he ended up front, but then he fell back.)

1997 - Rabobank (The Netherlands)

3rd National Time Trial Championships
  • 29th - Paris-Bruxelles, France/Belgium (classic)
  • 35th - Paris-Roubaix, France (world cup)
  • 39th - Ronde van Vlaanderen, Belgium (world cup)
  • 45th - Meisterschaft von Zürich, Switzerland (world cup)
  • 93rd - Omloop Het Volk, Belgium (classic)
  • 140th - Milano-San Remo, Italy (world cup)

1998 - Home-Jack & Jones (Denmark)

2nd National Road Race Championships
3rd National Time Trial Championships
  • 4th - Omloop Mandel-Leie-Schelde, Belgium (derny race)
  • 6th - GP Arhus, Denmark
  • 7th - Omloop Het Volk, Belgium (classic)
  • 8th - GP Midtbank, Herning, Denmark
  • 10th - Veenendaal-Veenendaal, the Netherlands
  • 14th - Danmark Rundt (4th in stage 4A to Ringsted)
  • 20th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 31st - HEW Cyclassics, Hamburg, Germany (world cup)
  • 32nd - Ronde van Vlaanderen, Belgium (world cup)
  • 32nd - Ronde van Nederland (6th in stage 3A to Groningen and stage 5 to Venray)
  • 68th - Henninger Turm, Frankfurt (classic)
  • 84th - Amstel Gold Race, the Netherlands (world cup)

1999 - Home-Jack & Jones (Denmark)

  • 2nd - GP Midtbank, Denmark
  • 2nd - Kampioenschap van Vlaanderen, Belgium
3rd National Time Trial Championships
4th National Road Race Championships
  • 4th - Grote Prijs Jef Scherens, Belgium
  • 6th - Paris-Bruxelles, France/Belgium (classic)
  • 8th - Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, Belgium
  • 8th - GP Arhus, Denmark
  • 10th - Guldensporen Tweedaagse, Belgium
  • 13th - GP Isbergues, France
  • 14th - Grote E3-Prijs Harelbeke, Belgium
  • 15th - GP Fourmies, France
  • 18th - Dwars door België, Belgium
  • 24th - Omloop Het Volk, Belgium (classic)
  • 27th - Paris-Roubaix, France (world cup)
  • 38th - Quatre Jours de Dunkerque, France (5th in the first stage to Loon-Plage and 3rd in the 3rd stage to Béthune)
  • 54th - Midi Libre, France
  • 65th - Deutschland Rundfahrt
  • 99th - Paris-Tours, France (world cup)
  • 130th - HEW Cyclassics, Hamburg, Germany (world cup)
  • dnf - World Championships road race, Verona, Italy

2000

1st MaillotLetonia.PNG National Road Race Championships

2001

2nd National Time Trial Championships

2002

2nd National Road Race Championships
2nd National Time Trial Championships

Professional teams[edit]

  • 2000 - MemoryCard-Jack & Jones (Denmark)
  • 2001 - CSC-Tiscali (Denmark)
  • 2002 - CSC-Tiscali (Denmark)
  • 2003 - CSC (Denmark)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Arvis Piziks" (in German). radsportseiten.net. Retrieved 2010-04-07. 
  2. ^ National Championships Latvia (Tallinn) R.R. (226 km)
  3. ^ "Arvis Piziks Olympic Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 24 July 2016. 

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