Roger Hammond (cyclist)

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Roger Hammond
Roger Hammond.jpg
Hammond at the 2008 Four Days of Dunkirk
Personal information
Full name Roger Hammond
Born (1974-01-30) 30 January 1974 (age 41)
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight 74 kg (163 lb; 11.7 st)
Team information
Discipline Road and Cyclo-cross
Role Rider
Rider type Classics Specialist
Professional team(s)
1998–2004 Collstrop-De Federale Verzekeringen
2005–2006 Discovery Channel
2007–2008 T-Mobile Team
2009–2010 Cervélo TestTeam
2011 Garmin-Cervélo
Managerial team(s)
2013- Madison-Genesis
Major wins

National Road Race Champion (2003, 2004)
National Cyclo-cross Champion

(1994, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007)
Junior Cyclo-Cross World Champion (1992)
Infobox last updated on
2 January 2012

Roger Hammond (born 30 January 1974) is an English bicycle racer, specialising in cyclo-cross and road cycling. Hammond grew up in Chalfont St Peter in Buckinghamshire and attended Dr Challoner's Grammar School as a teenager.[1] While still at school he won the 1992 world junior cyclo-cross championship in Leeds, but elected to concentrate on his university studies before pursuing a cycling career. He was the British road champion in 2003 and 2004. He rode for Discovery Channel in 2005-2006, for Team High Road in 2007–2008, for Cervélo TestTeam in 2009–2010, and Garmin-Cervélo in 2011.[2]

Hammond rode for the Great Britain team in the 2005 and 2006 Tour of Britain.

In July 2012 Roger Hammond was announced as the Team Manager of the newly formed Madison-Genesis team.[3]

Hammond has also worked as a pundit for ITV4, providing analysis of the Vuelta a España.[4]

Career achievements[edit]

1st MaillotMundial.PNG Junior Cyclo-Cross World Champion
2nd British Road Race Championship
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-cross Champion
1st Archer Grand Prix
1st Grand Prix Bodson
2nd Grand Prix Fayt-Le-Franc
3rd Schaal Sels
10th Gent–Wevelgem
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-cross Champion
2nd Grand Prix Pino Cerami
3rd Veenendaal–Veenendaal
4th Le Samyn
5th Schaal Sels
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-Cross Champion
1st Tour Beneden-Maas
1st Groote Mei Prijs Hoboken
1st Sprints classification Tour of Rhodes
4th United Kingdom road championship
5th Schaal Sels
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Road Race Champion
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-Cross Champion
1st Overall International Uniqa Classic
1st Points classification International Uniqa Classic
1st Stage 2 International Uniqa Classic
2nd GP Jef Scherens Leuven
2nd Stage 5 Étoile de Bessèges
8th Gent–Wevelgem
8th Paris–Bourges
17th Paris–Roubaix
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-Cross Champion
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Road Race Champion
3rd Paris–Roubaix
3rd Dwars door Vlaanderen
3rd Grand Prix Rudy Dhaenens
6th Le Samyn
6th Gent–Wevelgem
7th Olympic Road Race
1st Stage 2 Tour of Britain
2nd Dwars door Vlaanderen
2nd Nationale Sluitingsprijs
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-Cross Champion
1st Stage 2 Tour of Britain
2nd British National Championships
2nd Gent–Wevelgem
1st MaillotReinoUnido.PNG National Cyclo-Cross Champion
10th Gent–Wevelgem
3rd Overall Tour of Qatar
1st Stage 2
3rd Overall Tour of Denmark
3rd Overall Tour de l'Eurométropole
3rd Stage 2 Vuelta a España
4th Paris–Bourges
5th British National Championships
4th Paris–Roubaix
7th Tour of Flanders
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Julian Winn
British National Road Race Champion
Succeeded by
Russell Downing


Roger Hammond in the 2006 Tour of Britain in London
  1. ^ The Guardian Buckley, Will: "Hammond handles his personal hell". The Guardian, 22 April 2007. Retrieved 25 June 2007.
  2. ^ Slipstream Sports Slipstream Sports: "Press release: Slipstream Sports Announces Additions to 2011 Roster" 1 September 2010. Retrieved 4 December 2010.
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  4. ^ "La Vuelta a España 2014" (Press release). ITV (TV channel). 2014-08-16. Retrieved 2014-08-24.