Marek Wesoły

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Marek Wesoły
2008TourDeTaiwan Stage8 MarekWesoły.jpg
Personal information
Full name Marek Wesoły
Born (1978-01-04) January 4, 1978 (age 40)
Gostyń, Poland
Team information
Current team Merida Europe
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2001 Amore e Vita-Beretta
2003-2004 Amore e Vita-Beretta
2005 Team Skil-Moser
2006 CCC Polsat
2007 CCC Polsat Polkowice
Major wins
Nationaler Meister (Strasse) (2004)
Championnat de Pologne (2004)

Marek Wesoły (born 4 January 1978)[1] is a professional cyclist from Poland. He became a professional rider in 2001. In 2006, he became a member of the Polish UCI Continental cycling team, CCC Polsat, now CCC Polsat Polkowice. Wesoły has also been a member of Amore e Vita-Beretta (Italy) (2001, 2003–2004), and Team Skil-Moser (Netherlands)[2] (2005).[3] In 2003, Wesoły rode in the Herald Sun Tour (Australia) for Pelaco[4] (a local sponsor).[5] He has ridden in the Tour de France, the Giro d'Italia, and the Vuelta a España.[6]




  • Course de la Solidarité Olympique (Race of Solidarity and Olympics)
    • 1st stage (Radom, east-central Poland), 2nd place
    • 4th stage (Przemyśl, southern Poland), 2nd place
    • 6th stage (Bielsko-Biała, southern Poland), 2nd place
  • Wyścig Dookoła Mazowsza (Poland)
    • 3rd stage, first place
    • 2nd place overall[7]


  • Szlakiem Grodów Piastowskich
    • 1st stage, 9th place
    • 3rd stage, 4th place
  • 4th stage, Wyścig Solidarności i Olimpijczyków, 8th place
  • 4th stage, Bałtyk-Karkonosze Tour, 9th place
  • 4th stage, Dookoła Mazowsza, 9th place[8]


  • Championnat de Pologne (Championship of Poland) (27 June), 1st place[9]
  • Nationaler Meister (Strasse) (National Masters, Road Race), 1st place[10]
  • 4th stage of the Kalisz-Konin (Poland), 3rd place
  • 3rd stage of the Baltyk-Karkonosze Tour (Zary, Poland), 2nd place
  • NK Cyclocross, Elite, Poland (Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland), 1st place[11]


  • 6th stage, Course de la Solidarité Olympique (Race of Solidarity and Olympics) (Kielce, Poland), 1st place
  • 6th stage, Tour of Queensland (Gin Gin, Australia), 3rd place[12]
  • Memoriał Wajsa - Choszczno, 1st place
  • 3rd stage, Kalisz-Konin, 2nd place
  • 3rd stage, Herald Sun Tour, 5th place[13]


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