Historic Overview Graeme Brown

Rider

Overall Rank1954
NameGraeme BROWN
Country
  Australia
Date of birth09-Apr-1979 - Darwin (Northern Territory)
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Biography

Graeme Brown

Graeme Allen Brown OAM (born 9 April 1979) is an Australian former professional cyclist, who competed professionally between 2002 and 2016 for the Ceramica Panaria–Navigare, Belkin Pro Cycling and Drapac Professional Cycling teams.

A former Australian Institute of Sport scholarship holder, Brown's greatest success as a road cyclist came in the Tour de Langkawi in Malaysia, including a record-breaking 5 stage wins in 2005 and winning the Points Classification in 2003 and 2005.

As a track cyclist he won a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens as a member of the team pursuit (with Bradley McGee, Brett Lancaster, and Luke Roberts) in world record-breaking time of 3:58.233. He also won a gold medal with Stuart O'Grady for the Madison event at the 2004 Summer Olympics. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester he won two gold medals: for the Team pursuit, and the Scratch Race.

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Badges

23

Major Victories

Nokere Koerse 2009
Trofeo Ses Salines - Felanitx 2008
Tour Down Under - stages 2001 (1), 2003 (1), 2009 (1)
Vuelta a Murcia - stages 2007 (1), 2008 (1), 2009 (2)
Tour of California - stages 2007 (1)
Österreich-Rundfahrt - stages 2010 (1)
Deutschland Rundfahrt - stages 2006 (2)
Tour de Pologne - stages 2007 (1)
Tour de Langkawi - stages 2002 (2), 2003 (2), 2005 (5)
More results

Seasons

Graeme Brown - Scores by Season


Year Team Score Rank
1. 2002 Panaria - Fiordo 157 395
2. 2003 Panaria - Fiordo 157 376
3. 2004 Panaria - Margres 43 763
4. 2005 Ceramica Panaria - Navigare 112 457
5. 2006 Rabobank 298 214
6. 2007 Rabobank 344 183
7. 2008 Rabobank 264 262
8. 2009 Rabobank 472 126
9. 2010 Rabobank 393 149
10. 2011 Rabobank Cycling Team 137 459
11. 2012 Rabobank Cycling Team 73 649
12. 2013 Belkin Pro Cycling Team 89 555
13. 2014 Belkin - Pro Cycling Team 35 917
14. 2015 Drapac Professional Cycling 31 1004
15. 2016 Drapac Professional Cycling 15 1201
Overall: 2620 1954