John Tanner (cyclist)

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John Tanner
Personal information
Full name John Tanner
Born (1968-02-04) 4 February 1968 (age 49)
 England
 United Kingdom
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1993 Neilson - Tivoli
1994 Choice Accountancy
1997 Controlware
1998 Brite
1999 Men's Health
2000 Linda McCartney Racing Team
2001 Ribble – Pro Vision
2002 Compensation Group
2005-2006 Planet X - Cycling Plus
2007 SPORTSCOVER
Major wins
British National Road Race Champion (1999, 2000)

John Tanner (born 4 February 1968)[1] is a British racing cyclist from Yorkshire. He competed in the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games.[2]

He has won the season-long British Cycling Premier Calendar five times.

Palmarès[edit]

1992
2nd British National 100km Team Time Trial Championships (with Wayne Randle, Paul Curran, Julian Ramsbottom)
1994
Premier Calendar winner
1995
Premier Calendar winner
1997
1st Archer Grand Prix
1st Lincoln International Grand Prix
1st Tour of the Cotswolds
3rd Stage 7, Pru Tour
Premier Calendar winner
1998
1st Manx Trophy
1999
1st United Kingdom British National Road Race Championships
2nd Lincoln International Grand Prix
2000
1st United Kingdom British National Road Race Championships
2nd Lincoln International Grand Prix
3rd Havant GP
2001
1st Lincoln International Grand Prix
1st Tour of the Cotswolds
1st Havant GP
3rd British National Road Race Championships
Premier Calendar winner
2002
1st Havant GP
2nd Manx Trophy
3rd Archer Grand Prix
Premier Calendar winner
2003
3rd Archer Grand Prix
2004
2nd Archer Grand Prix
2005
1st Archer Grand Prix
2007
2nd National Team Time Trial (with Wayne Randle and Ashley Brown)
2009
3rd East Yorkshire Classic[3]

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