Historic Overview Stuart O'Grady

Rider

Overall Rank117
NameStuart O'GRADY
Country
  Australia
Date of birth06-Aug-1973 - Adelaide (South Australia)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Stuart O'Grady - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1995 GAN 86 362
2. 1996 GAN 49 478
3. 1997 GAN 508 99
4. 1998 Crédit Agricole 800 53
5. 1999 Crédit Agricole 1021 40
6. 2000 Crédit Agricole 426 144
7. 2001 Crédit Agricole 1159 29
8. 2002 Crédit Agricole 865 51
9. 2003 Crédit Agricole 1183 27
10. 2004 Cofidis, le Crédit par Téléphone 2073 6
11. 2005 Cofidis, Le Credit par Telephone 1114 31
12. 2006 Team CSC 1171 28
13. 2007 Team CSC 1274 19
14. 2008 Team CSC Saxo Bank 509 110
15. 2009 Team Saxo Bank 324 183
16. 2010 Team Saxo Bank 183 318
17. 2011 Leopard Trek 545 110
18. 2012 Orica GreenEdge 275 256
19. 2013 Orica GreenEdge 199 325
Overall: 13764 117

Biography

Stuart O'Grady OAM (born 6 August 1973) is a retired Australian professional road bicycle racer, who rode as a professional between 1995 and 2013. A former track cyclist, O'Grady and Graeme Brown won a gold medal in the Men's Madison at the 2004 Summer Olympics. O'Grady also won Paris–Roubaix in 2007. O'Grady competed in the Tour de France from 1997 and contended for the points classification in the Tour de France known as the green jersey, finishing second in the 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2005 races. He wore the yellow jersey of general classification leader in 1998 and 2001.

With his participation in the 2013 Tour de France, he tied George Hincapie's record of 17 participations in the Tour de France. However, Hincapie was removed for three of his 17 starts for his part in the Lance Armstrong doping scandal, and O’Grady himself admitted having been assisted by illicit erythropoeitin use at least on the 1998 Tour de France(the Dutchman Joop Zoetemelk holds the absolute records of completed Tour de France with 16 from 1970 – 1986). He was awarded the Order of Australia Medal.

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