Michael Sandstød

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Michael Sandstød
Personal information
Full name Michael Sandstød
Born (1968-06-23) 23 June 1968 (age 49)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Height 1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight 74 kg (163 lb; 11.7 st)
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road and track
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1993–1994 Gitter Mand
1995 Marin - Manitou
1998 Chicky World
1999–2004 home–Jack & Jones

Michael Sandstød (born 23 June 1968) is a Danish former professional racing cyclist, who achieved success on both the road and track. Sandstød represented Denmark at the 1992 Summer Olympics, where he rode in the qualification round of the team pursuit where he won a bronze medal.[1]

Palmarès[edit]

Track cycling[edit]

Date Placing Event Competition Location Country
31 July 1992 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Team pursuit[N 1] Summer Olympics Barcelona  Spain
1996 3 Six Days of Grenoble[N 2] Grenoble  France
31 August 1996 2nd, silver medalist(s) Points race World Championships Manchester  United Kingdom
30 October 1996 3 Six Days of Herning[N 3] Herning  Denmark
30 May 1997 3 Points race World Cup Trexlertown  United States
July 1997 1 Points race World Cup Athens  Greece
July 1997 2 Team pursuit[N 4] World Cup Athens  Greece
July 1997 3 Individual pursuit World Cup Athens  Greece
28 May 1998 2 Individual pursuit World Cup Victoria  Canada
29 May 1998 3 Team pursuit[N 5] World Cup Victoria  Canada
12 June 1998 1 Points race World Cup Berlin  Germany
19 June 1998 1 Points race World Cup Hyères  France
1999 2 Six Days of Grenoble[N 6] Grenoble  France
6 February 2002 2 Six Days of Copenhagen[N 7] Copenhagen  Denmark
  1. ^ Sandstød rode the qualification round only and was replaced by Klaus Nielsen in the following rounds. The other riders on the squad were Jan Petersen, Ken Frost and Jimmi Madsen
  2. ^ The other rider on the team was Jakob Piil.
  3. ^ The other rider on the team was Danny Clark.
  4. ^ The other riders on the squad were Frederik Bertelsen, Tayeb Braikia and Jacob Piil
  5. ^ The other riders on the squad were Tayeb Braikia, Jimmi Madsen and Jakob Piil
  6. ^ The other rider on the team was Jakob Piil.
  7. ^ The other rider on the team was Jimmi Madsen.

Road[edit]

Date Placing Race Location Country
7 August 1996 1 Stage 1 Danmark Rundt Aalborg  Denmark
29 June 1997 1 Individual time trial National championships Køge  Denmark
5 July 1998 3 Road race National championships Lemvig  Denmark
5 July 1998 1 Individual time trial National championships Lemvig  Denmark
7 May 1999 1 Stage 5 Four Days of Dunkirk Marchiennes  France
9 May 1999 1 General classification Four Days of Dunkirk Nord-Pas de Calais  France
15 May 1999 1 GP Herning Herning  Denmark
27 June 1999 1 Individual time trial National championships Ringsted  Denmark
2000 1 Individual time trial National championships  Denmark
13 May 2000 1 Stage 2 Tour de Picardie Soissons  France
14 May 2000 1 Stage 3b Tour de Picardie Nogent-sur-Oise  France
14 May 2000 1 General classification Tour de Picardie Picardy  France
19 May 2000 1 GP Herning Herning  Denmark
17 May 2002 1 Stage 1 Tour de Picardie Saint-Quentin  France
19 May 2002 1 General classification Tour de Picardie Picardy  France
28 June 2002 1 Individual time trial National championships Lemvig  Denmark
30 June 2002 1 Road race National championships Lemvig  Denmark
25 June 2004 1 Individual time trial National championships Hadsten  Denmark

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Michael Sandstød Olympic Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2 August 2016. 

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