March 3, 1985 |
|Height||180 cm (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Rider type||Time Trials, Climbing, Stage races, Classics|
|2007 Vuelta a Chichuahua, 1st team overall, 1st stage 6, 2nd stage 2
2007 Tour of Missouri, 1st best young rider, 1st team overall
|Infobox last updated on
February 27, 2012
Cozza broke his left collar bone in his first race of 2010 on stage 2 of the Tour of Qatar, requiring surgery as it was the third time he had broken it. Cozza announced that he would be taking a break from professional cycling in February 2012, in order to fully recover from colitis. As of July 2012[update] he is a Realtor for Frank Howard Allen in Petaluma, California.
- USA Junior National Time Trial Championship, 3rd
- Le Tour De L'Abitibi, 3rd overall, 1st time trial
- Keizer der Juniores, Overall, 3rd
- Grand Prix of The Nations Time Trial (Juniors), 4th
- Trophee Centre Morbihan, Overall, 4th
- U.S. National Time Trial Championship, 4th
- Vlaanderens Tweedaagse der Gaverstreek, Time Trial, 3rd
- Tour du Haut Anjou, Time Trial, 1st
- Steve Dunlap Memorial Time Trial, 1st
- Tour De Nez, Stage 1, 1st
- U.S. U-23 National Time Trial Championship, 1st
- Tour De Nez, 6th Overall
- USA Cycling National Festival U-23 Time Trial Championship, 2nd
- USA Cycling National Festival U-23 Road Race Championship, 3rd
- Pescadero Road Race, 4th
- Tour of Utah, Stage 6, 17th
- Driedaagse van West Vlaanderen, 7th overall, 2nd best young rider
- Vuelta a Chihuahua, 1st team overall, 1st stage 6, 2nd stage 2
- Tour of Missouri, 1st best young rider, 1st team overall
- Marin Double Century, 1st and new course record
- USA Pro Time Trial Championships, 16th
- Driedaagse van West Vlaanderen, 7th stage 1
- Najafi, Yusef (November 7, 2003). "Gay rights advocate grows up". ScoutingforAll.org. Scouting for All. Retrieved February 27, 2012.
- "Cozza quits NetApp contract due to health problems". Cycling News. Future Publishing Limited. February 27, 2012. Retrieved February 27, 2012.
- "Steven Cozza to pause his career". Team NetApp. NetApp Deutschland GmbH. February 27, 2012. Retrieved February 27, 2012.
- "Steven 'The Stache' Cozza to pause his career". SEG Cycling. Sports Entertainment Group. February 27, 2012. Retrieved February 27, 2012.
- Steven Cozza (July 19, 2012). "Boy Scouts Are Ashamed of This Ban". New York Times.
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