Historic Overview Stefan Denifl

Rider

Overall Rank2389
NameStefan DENIFL
Country
  Austria
Date of birth20-Sep-1987 - Innsbrück (Tirol)
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Biography

Stefan Denifl

Stefan Denifl (born 22 September 1987 in Fulpmes, Austria) is a professional cyclist, who last rode for UCI Professional Continental team Aqua Blue Sport.

Denifl began racing in 2001 with "Team Bike Denifl" as a mountain biker. In 2003, he moved to the road, riding for "Team ÖAMTC Recheis Lattella". From 2004 he focused on road cycling. In 2005, he was signed by Heiko Salzwedel for the T-Mobile Development Programme and included his first experience with the professional cyclists. In 2006 he signed with his first UCI Continental team Vorarlberger, and from 2007 to 2009 he was part of Elk Haus–Simplon. In 2009, he rode as a trainee for Cervélo TestTeam, and rode with them as a full professional the next year. In 2012 he rode for a year with Vacansoleil–DCM before joining IAM Cycling the following year. In October 2016 Aqua Blue Sport announced that Denifl, alongside IAM team-mate Leigh Howard, would be part of their inaugural squad for the 2017 season. After Aqua Blue disbanded in the later summer of 2018, in October of that year Denifl was initially announced as a member of the CCC Team for the following season, however in December 2018 the team announced that they and Denifl had mutually agreed to cancel his contract due to personal reasons which were not specified at the time..

In February 2019, Kronen Zeitung broke news that a number of professional cyclists had been implicated in the doping scandal uncovered at the 2019 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships. Later, Denifl confessed to blood doping in a police interview with CCC Team general manager Jim Ochowicz confirming that team's medical assessment of Denifl's biological passport showed no warning signs of blood doping.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Vuelta a España - stages 2017 (1)
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Seasons

Stefan Denifl - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 2006 Team Vorarlberg 0 2116
2. 2007 Elk Haus - Simplon 36 831
3. 2008 Elk Haus - Simplon 29 894
4. 2009 Elk Haus 68 557
5. 2010 Cervelo Test Team 149 375
6. 2011 Leopard Trek 190 369
7. 2012 Vacansoleil - DCM Pro Cycling Team 179 356
8. 2013 IAM Cycling 270 244
9. 2014 IAM Cycling 313 318
10. 2015 IAM Cycling 112 594
11. 2016 IAM Cycling 212 382
12. 2017 Aqua Blue Sport 173 442
13. 2018 Aqua Blue Sport 28 1022
Overall: 1759 2389