Uwe Peschel

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Uwe Peschel
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Uwe Peschel at the 2004 Deutschland Tour
Personal information
Born (1968-11-04) 4 November 1968 (age 48)
Berlin, West Germany

Uwe Peschel (born 4 November 1968) is a former German professional road bicycle racer and a time trialist. At the 1992 Summer Olympics, Peschel along with Bernd Dittert, Christian Meyer and Michael Rich, won the gold medal in the Men's Team Time Trial.[1]

Major achievements[edit]

1992
Gold Medal, Men's Team Road Race – Summer Olympics
1996
Bayern-Rundfahrt
1997 – Cantina Tollo–Carrier
Grand Prix des Nations (ITT)
Stage 3b (ITT) – Danmark Rundt (2.3)
Stage 3 (ITT) – Regio-Tour (2.4)
Stage 4b (ITT) – Grand Prix Tell
1998 – Estepona en Marcha - Brepac
Stage 4b (ITT) – Trofeo Castilla y Leon (2.4)
3rd, Stage 9 (ITT) – Vuelta a España
1999 – Gerolsteiner
2001 – Gerolsteiner
Stage 1 – Peace Race (2.3)
2002 – Gerolsteiner
Grand Prix des Nations (ITT) (1.1)
 Germany National Time Trial Cycling Championship
1st overall and Stage 4b (ITT) win – Hessen Rundfahrt (2.3)
Karlsruhe Versicherungs GP (with Michael Rich) (1.2)
9th overall – Deutschland Tour (2.2)
9th overall – Peace Race (2.2)
2003 – Gerolsteiner
GP Eddy Merckx (with Michael Rich)
2nd (Silver Medal) – World Time Trial Cycling Championship
2004 – Gerolsteiner
2005 – Gerolsteiner
3rd – Luk Challenge (1.1) (with Michael Rich)
4th, Prologue (ITT) – Eneco Tour

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Uwe Peschel Olympic Results". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 29 July 2016. 

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