Rafał Ratajczyk

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Rafał Ratajczyk
Rafał Ratajczyk Sixdays Zürich 2007-2008.jpg
Personal information
Full name Rafał Ratajczyk
Born (1983-04-05) 5 April 1983 (age 34)
Żyrardów, Poland
Team information
Current team CCC–Sprandi–Polkowice
Discipline Track, road
Role Rider
Amateur team(s)
2008–2009 Polska Kadra Torowa
2010 Polska Narodowa
Professional team(s)
2005 Grupa PSB-Atlas-Orbea
2006 MBK-Cycles-Scout
2011– CCC–Polsat–Polkowice

Rafał Ratajczyk (born 5 April 1983 in Żyrardów) is a Polish professional racing cyclist.

Doping[edit]

In December 2009, he was banned by the Polish Cycling Association for half a year for doping. He tested positive for ephedrine.[1]

Career highlights[edit]

  1. 2002: 3rd in European Championship, Track, Scratch, U23, Buttgen (GER)
  2. 2004: 1st in European Championship, Track, Points race, U23, Valencia
  3. 2004: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Scratch, U23, Valencia
  4. 2005: 1st in National Championship, Road, ITT, U23, Poland, Sobótka (POL)
  5. 2006: 1st in Manchester, Scratch (GBR)
  6. 2006: 1st in Sydney, Scratch (AUS)
  7. 2006: 2nd in World Championship, Track, Points race, Elite, Bordeaux
  8. 2006: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Omnium, Elite, Ballerup (DEN)
  9. 2007: 1st in Manchester, Scratch (GBR)
  10. 2007: 3rd in World Championship, Track, Scratch, Elite, Palma de Mallorca (SPA)
  11. 2007: 2nd in Aigle, Points race (SUI)
  12. 2007: 2nd in European Championship, Track, Omnium, Elite, Alkmaar
  13. 2007: 3rd in UIV Cup Dortmund, U23 (GER)
  14. 2008: 2nd in Los Angeles, Points race (USA)
  15. 2011: 1st in European Track Championships, Points race, Elite, Apeldoorn (NL)

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