Rob Peeters

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Rob Peeters
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Rob Peeters
Personal information
Full name Rob Peeters
Born (1985-07-02) 2 July 1985 (age 33)
Geel, Belgium
Team information
Current team Telenet-Fidea
Discipline Cyclo-cross and road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
2007–2009 Landbouwkrediet–Tönissteiner
2010– Telenet-Fidea

Rob Peeters (born 2 July 1985 in Geel) is a Belgian professional racing cyclist for UCI Professional Continental team Telenet-Fidea. In January 2012, he came second at the 2012 UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, his biggest achievement thus far.

Major results[edit]

  1. 2004: 2nd in Koksijde, Cyclo-cross, U23 (BEL)
  2. 2005: 3rd in Pijnacker-Nootdorp, Cyclo-cross, U23 (NED)
  3. 2006: 3rd in Ruddervoorde, Cyclo-cross, U23 (BEL)
  4. 2006: 3rd in Kalmthout, Cyclo-cross, U23 (BEL)
  5. 2006: 3rd in European Championship, Cyclo-cross, U23, Huijbergen (NED)
  6. 2006: 3rd in Hamme-Zogge, Cyclo-cross, U23 (BEL)
  7. 2007: 2nd in National Championship, Cyclo-cross, U23, Belgium, Hamme-Zogge (BEL)
  8. 2007: 1st in Denain, Cyclo-cross (FRA)
  9. 2008: 1st in Sint-Niklaas, Cyclo-cross (BEL)
  10. 2015: 2nd in Cyclo-cross Zonhoven (BEL)[1]


  1. ^ Decaluwé, Brecht (25 October 2015). "Wout Van Aert dominates in the sand". Retrieved 15 November 2015. 

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