Pražské schody

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Pražské schody (Prague Stairs) is a specific cycling race held every year since 1994 in capital city of Czech republic, Prague. The race specificity is the fact that cyclists riding down stairs (190 stairs) in Prague Castle and then climb back of cobblestones to the top. They do this for 1 hour + last circle.

Many top cyclists took part in this popular race Miguel Martinez, Julien Absalon, Daniele Pontoni, Thomas Frischknecht, Jaroslav Kulhavý etc.

Results[edit]

year winner results
1994  Daniele Pontoni (ITA) here
1995  Radovan Fořt (CZE) here
1996  Mike Kluge (GER) here
1997  Jan Kotal (CZE) here
1998  Radim Kořínek (CZE)[1] here
1999  Radim Kořínek (CZE) here
2000  Miguel Martinez (FRA) here
2001  Miguel Martinez (FRA) here
2002  Dario Acquaroli (ITA) here
2003  Stanislav Hejduk (CZE) here
2004  Miguel Martinez (FRA) here
2005  José Antonio Hermida (ESP) here
2006  Fredrik Kessiakoff (SWE) here
2007  Fredrik Kessiakoff (SWE) here
2008  Roel Paulissen (BEL) here
2009  Zdeněk Štybar (CZE) here
2010  Jaroslav Kulhavý (CZE) here
2011  Burry Stander (RSA) here
2012  José Antonio Hermida (ESP) here
2013  Jan Škarnitzl (CZE) here
2014  Fabian Giger (SUI) here

References[edit]

  1. ^ due building works in Nerudova street the race was held in Kunratický les

External links[edit]

  • [1] - Official site