Historic Overview Bobby Julich

Rider

Overall Rank311
NameBobby JULICH
Country
  United States
Date of birth18-Nov-1971 - Corpus Christi (Texas)
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Biography

Bobby Julich

Robert Julich, popularly called Bobby Julich, (born on November 18, 1971, in Corpus Christi, Texas) is an American former professional road bicycle racer who last rode for Team CSC in the UCI ProTour racing series. He got his international breakthrough when he finished 3rd overall in the 1998 Tour de France, becoming only the second American to finish on the podium. He is a strong time trialist who won a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Individual Time Trial, and combined with his high versatility he has won a number of stage races on the international circuits including the 2005 edition of Paris–Nice. In September 2008, he announced his retirement as a professional cyclist.

He served as a technical director for Team Saxo Bank until November 2010, when it was announced that he would move to Team Sky for the 2011 season as a race coach. On October 25, 2012, Team Sky announced that Julich would part ways with the team due to his admission to doping in the past. This departure is therefore in line with Team Sky's policy (re-asserted in the wake of the USADA Reasoned Decision and subsequent UCI/Lance Armstrong fall-out) of asking all current team personnel to admit to any past doping offences. After leaving Sky Julich worked as a coach for BMC Racing Team in 2014 before being announced by Team Tinkoff-Saxo as the team's head coach for 2015, however in August 2015 he confirmed that he would leave the team at the end of the year.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Paris - Nice 2005
Eneco Tour 2005
Paris - Nice - stages 2006 (1)
Eneco Tour - stages 2005 (1)
Vuelta al Pais Vasco - stages 2004 (1)
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Seasons

Bobby Julich - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1992 Spago - Finlandia - Nutra Sweet 0 1193
2. 1993 Spago - Rossin 1 747
3. 1994 Chevrolet - L.A. Sheriff 51 434
4. 1995 Motorola 32 512
5. 1996 Motorola 478 95
6. 1997 Cofidis 477 111
7. 1998 Cofidis 1388 17
8. 1999 Cofidis 221 243
9. 2000 Crédit Agricole 334 194
10. 2001 Crédit Agricole 762 68
11. 2002 Team Telekom 380 188
12. 2003 Team Telekom 373 179
13. 2004 Team CSC 1408 18
14. 2005 Team CSC 2111 4
15. 2006 Team CSC 358 169
16. 2007 Team CSC 435 137
17. 2008 Team CSC Saxo Bank 128 453
Overall: 8937 311