Historic Overview Alex Rasmussen


Overall Rank2872
Date of birth09-Jun-1984 - Odense (Syddanmark)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Alex Rasmussen - Scores by Season


1. 2007 Team Odense Energi 71 574
2. 2008 Team Designa Kokken 52 700
3. 2009 Team Saxo Bank 121 405
4. 2010 Team Saxo Bank 217 274
5. 2011 HTC - Highroad 320 205
6. 2012 Garmin - Sharp 283 243
7. 2013 Garmin Sharp 118 467
8. 2014 Riwal Platform Cycling Team 24 1028
9. 2015 Team Trefor - Blue Water 3 1553
10. 2016 Coloquick - Cult 3 1653
Overall: 1212 2872


Alex Nicki Rasmussen (born 9 June 1984) is a Danish professional racing cyclist. Rasmussen is a track cycling specialist, and was the 2005 Scratch World Champion. Together with Michael Mørkøv, Rasmussen won the Danish Madison Championships six times in a row, and as such, are nicknamed the 'Par nummer syv' (Pair number seven). Rasmussen has also found success on the road, winning the 2007 Danish National Road Race Championships. Rasmussen previously competed for UCI ProTeams Team Saxo Bank (2009–2010), HTC–Highroad (2011), and Garmin–Barracuda (2012). On 19 March 2013, Garmin–Sharp re-signed Rasmussen for the remainder of the 2013 season. Rasmussen left Garmin–Sharp following the 2013 season, and subsequently announced plans to re-enter track cycling. Rasmussen joined Riwal Cycling Team for the 2014 season.

On 15 September 2011, his contract with HTC–Highroad was terminated for missing a doping control, at which time the team was made aware of two previous controls he had missed before he joined them. Rasmussen was also removed from the Danish UCI Championships team, and faced criminal prosecution. However, on 17 November, Rasmussen was cleared of the charges due to a procedural error on the part of the UCI. His previously signed contract with Garmin–Barracuda for the 2012 season, nullified upon news of the whereabouts violations, was again honored. The UCI appealed this decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport in December 2011, with the original decision being overturned on 4 July 2012. As a result, Rasmussen was given a backdated 18-month ban, meaning that he would be suspended until April 2013. His contract with the renamed Garmin–Sharp squad was also terminated.

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