Leif Lampater

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Leif Lampater
Leif Lampater Iberg.jpg
Personal information
Full name Leif Lampater
Born (1982-12-22) December 22, 1982 (age 35)
Waiblingen, Germany
Team information
Discipline Track, Road
Role Rider
Rider type Six-day racing
Team pursuit
Individual pursuit
Professional team(s)
2016– Rad-Net Rose Team

Leif Lampater (born December 22, 1982 in Waiblingen) is a German racing cyclist riding for Rad-Net Rose Team.

He mainly focuses on track cycling and excels in the madison, individual pursuit, team pursuit and six-day racing. In his career so far he has become German national team pursuit and madison champion once each, he has won Track cycling World Cups in team pursuit twice and twice in madison. On top of that he has won a total of six six-day cycling events.

Major results[edit]

Olympic Games
2004 - Athens, 4th, Team pursuit (with Fulst, Bartko and Lademann)
UCI Track Cycling World Cup Classics
2001 - Ipoh, 1st, Team pursuit
2003 - Sydney, 2nd, Team pursuit (with Fulst, Müller and Altmann)
2004 - Sydney, 3rd, Team pursuit (with Fulst, Bengsch and Lademann)
2005 - Los Angeles, 1st, Team pursuit (with Bartko, Bengsch and Bommel)
2005 - Los Angeles, 1st, Madison (with Robert Bartko)
2005 - Manchester (January), 3rd, Team pursuit (with Bach, Bengsch and Bommel)
2005 - Manchester (January), 3rd, Madison (with Andreas Müller)
2005 - Moscow, 2nd, Madison (with Guido Fulst)
2005 - Manchester (December), 1st, Madison (with Guido Fulst)
2006 - Moscow, 3rd, Team pursuit (with Fulst, Bengsch and Bartko)
European Championships
2002 - Buttgen, 3rd, Team pursuit (with Altmann, Müller and Schlegel)
German National Championships
2001 - Chemnitz, 2nd, Team pursuit (with Walzer, Schlegel and Palicki)
2003 - Stuttgart, 2nd, Team pursuit (with Löffler, Meschenmoser and Krauss)
2005 - Stuttgart, 1st, Team pursuit (with Bartko, Fulst and König)
2005 - Stuttgart, 3rd, Madison (with Christian Grasmann)
2006 - Stuttgart, 2nd, Individual pursuit
2006 - Stuttgart, 2nd, Team pursuit (with Grasmann, Lägeler and Hofbauer)
2010 - Cottbus, 1st, Madison (with Christian Grasmann)
Six-day cycling events
2005 - Stuttgart, 3rd (with Alexander Äschbach)
2006 - Stuttgart, 1st (with Robert Bartko and Guido Fulst)
2006 - Dortmund, 2nd (with Guido Fulst)
2007 - Zürich, 3rd (with Guido Fulst)
2007 - Bremen, 2nd (with Guido Fulst)
2007 - Berlin, 1st (with Guido Fulst)
2007 - Dortmund, 2nd (with Erik Zabel)
2007 - Munich, 2nd (with Erik Zabel)
2008 - Rotterdam, 1st (with Danny Stam)
2008 - Stuttgart, 1st (with Robert Bartko and Iljo Keisse)
2008 - Dortmund, 1st (with Erik Zabel)
2009 - Bremen, 1st (with Erik Zabel)
2014 - Zürich, 2nd (with Silvan Dillier)[1]
2014 - Ghent, 3rd (with Silvan Dillier)[2]
Under-23 UIV Cup
2003 - Amsterdam, 3rd (with Sebastian Frey)
2003 - Munich, 3rd (with Sven Krauss)
2004 - Stuttgart, 2nd (with Andreas Welsch)
Road achievements
2002 - Backnang-Waldrems, 3rd, Local criterium
2004 - Zusmarshausen, 3rd, Local criterium
2005 - Stuttgart, 1st, Local criterium
2005 - Bad Harzburg, 3rd, Local criterium
2007 - Kirchheim-Teck, 2nd, Local criterium
2009 - Port of Spain, 1st, West Indies vs. the World
2010 - New York City, 2nd, Harlem Skyscraper Criterium


  1. ^ "Schlussrangliste Profis 2014" [Final ranking professionals 2014] (PDF). sixdays-zuerich.ch (in German). Retrieved 1 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "De Buyst and De Ketele win overall in Gent". cyclingnews.com. 23 November 2014. Retrieved 24 November 2014. 

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