|Full name||Pavel Buran|
April 25, 1973 |
Brno, Czech Republic
Pavel Buran (born 25 April 1973) is a professional track cyclist from the Czech Republic. A multiple medalist at the European Championships, Buran won a bronze medal in the Keirin in 2000. As a junior, he is reputed to have done a track stand in the sprint event which lasted so long, the UCI introduced time limits for which riders were allowed to remain stationary during the event.
- 2nd Sprint, UCI Track World Championships, Middlesbrough - Juniors
- 2nd Sprint, UCI Track World Championships - Juniors
- 2nd Tandem, UCI Track World Championships, Stuttgart - Amateurs
- 2nd Tandem, UCI Track World Championships, Valencia - Amateurs
- 3rd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint
- 2nd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint
- 1st European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint, Brno
- 2nd European Track Championships, Omnium, Sprint, Buttgen
- 3rd Team Pursuit, European Track Championships, Buttgen
- 3rd Keirin, Sydney
- "Pavel Buran". Cycling Website.
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