Dean Windsor

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Dean Windsor
Dean Windsor Tour de Taiwan.jpg
Windsor in Leaders Yellow Jersey Tour de Taiwan
Personal information
Full name Dean Windsor
Nickname The Duke
Born (1986-09-09) 9 September 1986 (age 31)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
Team information
Current team Endura Racing
Discipline Road Racing
Role Professional Rider
Rider type Criterium & Road
Professional team(s)
2006-2009 Drapac–Porsche
2010-2011 Rapha Condor–Sharp
2012 Endura Racing

Dean Windsor (born 9 September 1986 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian professional racing cyclist who is known internationally as a criterium rider.[1] Riding on the Track as a junior Dean Windsor won the Under19 Oceania Points Race Championship[2] at Wanganui,NZ in 2004. Then focused on Road Racing winning the National U23 Criterium Championship, in 2007 at Brisbane. Then in 2010 was runner-up in the Australian Elite Criterium Championship[3] at Ballarat. In 2011 he was runner-up in the British Elite Circuit Series[4] behind then Rapha Condor-Sharp Team mate Dean Downing which included a win in the Stafford GP.

Outside of racing, Windsor is a qualified primary school teacher[5] having studied primary education at Charles Sturt University.[6]

Career highlights[edit]

3rd Stage 4 Tour of Wellington, Pahiatua (NZL)
2nd Stage 1 Tour of Gippsland, Mallacoota (Aus)
3rd Stage 5 Tour of Gippsland, Metung (Aus)
2nd Stage 6 Tour of Gippsland, Bairnsdale (Aus)
1st Stage 4 Jayco Bay Cycling Classic, Geelong (Aus)
2nd Stage 3 Tour de Taiwan, Chiayi (TPE)
3rd Stage 5 Tour de Taiwan, Taichung (TPE)
1st Points Jersey Classification Jayco Bay Cycling Classic,(Aus)
2nd Stage 1 Jayco Bay Cycling Classic, Williamstown (Aus)
2nd Stage 3 Jayco Bay Cycling Classic, Geelong (Aus)
1st Points Jersey Classification Jayco Bay Cycling Classic,(Aus)
2nd Stage 3 Tour de Taiwan, Taichung City (TPE)
3rd Stage 5 Tour de Taiwan, Taichung (TPE)
6th Melle GP (Bel)
3rd Stage 3 Tour de Hokkaido, Toyotomi (JPN)
2nd National Elite Criterium Championship, Ballarat (Aus)
3rd Stage 7 Tour de Taiwan, Taipei (TPE)
1st Stage 4 Irish Sea Tour of the North, Ballymena (IRL)
2nd Shay Elliott Memorial Race (IRL)
3rd Elite Circuit Series (GBR)
2nd Newport Nocturne[7]
2nd OCBC Singapore Criterium (SIN)
3rd Stage 8 Tour of Ireland, Skerries (IRL)
2nd Elite Circuit Series (GBR)
2nd Stage 3 Settimana internazionale di Coppi e Bartali (ITA)


  1. ^ Ride cycling review, "What Does it take to become a good Criterium Racer", ‘‘RIDE Magazine’‘ , 24 February 2011
  2. ^ Oceania Cycling, "2004 Oceania Track Championships Results", Cycling Australia Website, 23 February 2004
  3. ^ Cycling Australia, "Official 2010 Elite Men Criterium Results ", Cycling Australia Website, January 2010
  4. ^ British Cycling, "Elite Circuit Series Results", British Cycling Website, 9 August 2011
  5. ^ "Dean Windsor". Endura Racing. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 
  6. ^ "CSU's champion cyclist". Charles Sturt University. 1 January 2003. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 
  7. ^ Hickmott, Larry (4 September 2010). "2010 Newport Nocturne Circuit Race". British Cycling. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 

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