Julian Winn

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Julian Winn
Personal information
Full name Julian Winn
Born (1972-09-23) 23 September 1972 (age 42)
Abergavenny, Wales
Team information
Current team Endura Racing
Discipline Road, Track, Cyclo cross
Role Rider and Coach
Professional team(s)
1999 Linda McCartney Racing Team
2000–2002 Elite 2/3
2003 Team fakta-Pata
2005 Assos Racing Team
2005–2006 Pinarello Racing Team
Major wins
British National Road Race Champion 2002
Infobox last updated on
11 June 2010

Julian Winn from Abergavenny, Wales (born 23 September 1972[1]) is a former Welsh competitive cyclist who was formerly directeur sportif at the UCI Continental cycling team Endura Racing.[2] He represented Wales in the 1998 Commonwealth Games at Kuala Lumpur and at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester. He was appointed Welsh Cycling coach in 2005. In 2008, he was GB road race team manager at the Beijing Olympics, overseeing the victory of Welsh compatriot Nicole Cooke. Since the folding of Team Endura Winn has been director of Sugar Loaf Road, which organises bike riding weekends in the Black Mountains.[2][3]

Results[edit]

Cyclo Cross[edit]

2005
1st, Welsh Cyclo Cross Championships
 
 
2006
1st, Welsh Cyclo Cross Championships
2007
1st, Welsh Cyclo Cross Championships

Road[edit]

1998 PDM Sports WCU Team
1st, King Of The Mountains Tour Of Lancs
1st, King Of The Mountains Tour Of Morocco
1st, Stage 4 Prutour Chester - Nottingham 153.69 km[4]
1st, Welsh National Road Championships
4th, King Of The Mountains, Prutour
 
 
1999
3rd, Archer Grand Prix
2000
1st King of the Mountains, Commonwealth Bank Classic, Australia
3rd, Premier Calendar Series Overall GC
2002
1st,  United Kingdom National Road Race Championships
1st, King of the Mountains, 2005 Tour of Britain
3rd, Premier Calendar Series Overall GC

Track[edit]

1999
1st, 4000m Team Pursuit National Track Championships
 
 

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2002 Commonwealth Games profile
  2. ^ a b "Julian Winn". LinkedIn. Retrieved 15 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Sugar Loaf Road". Retrieved 15 September 2013. 
  4. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmVjKEZRod0
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jeremy Hunt
British National Road Race Champion
2002
Succeeded by
Roger Hammond