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Historic Overview Jan Ullrich

Rider

Overall Rank41
NameJan ULLRICH
Country
  Germany
Date of birth02-Dec-1973 - Rostock (Mecklenburg Vorpommern)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Jan Ullrich

Jan Ullrich (German pronunciation: [jan ˈʊlʁɪç] ; born 2 December 1973) is a German former professional road bicycle racer. Ullrich won gold and silver medals in the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. He won the 1999 Vuelta a España and the HEW Cyclassics in front of a home crowd in Hamburg in 1997. He had podium finishes in the hilly classic Clásica de San Sebastián. His victorious ride in the 1997 Tour de France led to a bicycle boom in Germany. He retired in February 2007.

In 2006, Ullrich was barred from the Tour de France amid speculation of having doped. In February 2012, Ullrich was found guilty of a doping offence by the Court of Arbitration for Sport. He was retroactively banned from 22 August 2011, and all results gained since May 2005 were removed from his palmarès. He admitted to blood doping in 2013, and to using performance enhancing substances in 2023.

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Badges

6 7 2 18 10 2 2 8 32

Major Victories

Coppa Agostoni 2000
Coppa Sabatini 2004
Cyclassics Hamburg 1997
Giro dell'Emilia 2001
LUK-Cup Bühl 1997
Olympic Games Road Race 2000
Rund um Köln 2003
Strassenmeisterschaft von Deutschland 1997, 2001
Tour de France 1997
Tour de Suisse 2004, 2006
Vuelta a España 1999
World Championships Amateurs/U23 Road Race 1993
World Championships Time Trial 1999, 2001
Deutschland Rundfahrt - stages 2005 (1)
Giro d'Italia - stages 2006 (1)
Tour de France - stages 1996 (1), 1997 (2), 1998 (3), 2003 (1)
Tour de Suisse - stages 1997 (1), 2004 (2), 2005 (1), 2006 (1)
Vuelta a España - stages 1999 (2)
More results

Seasons

Jan Ullrich - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1993 Individual 196 244
2. 1994 Telekom 180 273
3. 1995 Team Deutsche Telekom 304 177
4. 1996 Team Deutsche Telekom 1256 34
5. 1997 Team Deutsche Telekom 3709 2
6. 1998 Team Deutsche Telekom 2396 6
7. 1999 Team Deutsche Telekom 2352 5
8. 2000 Team Deutsche Telekom 3053 3
9. 2001 Team Deutsche Telekom 2768 3
10. 2002 Team Telekom 5 1502
11. 2003 Team Bianchi 2417 7
12. 2004 T-Mobile Team 2208 10
13. 2005 T-Mobile Team 1745 14
14. 2006 T-Mobile Team 437 148
Overall: 23026 41