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Historic Overview Servais Knaven

Rider

Overall Rank777
NameServais KNAVEN
Country
  Netherlands
Date of birth06-Mar-1971 - Lobith (Gelderland)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Servais Knaven

Henricus Theodorus Josephus (Servais) Knaven (born 6 March 1971) is a Dutch professional road bicycle racer, currently a directeur sportif for Team Ineos. He rode at the 1992 Summer Olympics and the 2004 Summer Olympics.

As a rider, Knaven won Paris–Roubaix in 2001 in wet and muddy conditions that soaked the cobblestones. With a strong representation of Domo-Farm Frites riders in the lead group, he launched an attack with 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to cover and crossed the line solo. His teammates Johan Museeuw and Romans Vainsteins followed, completing a rare 1-2-3. He is the second rider in history to start and finish the Hell of the North race 16 times. In 2003, while riding for Quick-Step–Davitamon, Knaven won Stage 17 in the Tour de France. He escaped from a 10 men breakaway to take the win in a mostly flat stage concluding in Bordeaux.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

9

Major Victories

Paris - Roubaix 2001
Scheldeprijs - Schoten 1998
Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen 2000
Profronde van Midden-Zeeland 1999
Tirreno - Adriatico - stages 2005 (1)
Tour de France - stages 2003 (1)
Etoile de Bessèges - stages 1998 (1)
Tour of Qatar - stages 2003 (1)
Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen - stages 2000 (1)
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Seasons

Servais Knaven - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1991 Individual 4 1097
2. 1992 Individual 8 884
3. 1993 TVM - Bison Kit 33 524
4. 1994 TVM - Bison Kit 249 215
5. 1995 TVM 231 207
6. 1996 TVM - Farm Frites 161 271
7. 1997 TVM - Farm Frites 445 134
8. 1998 TVM - Farm Frites 616 88
9. 1999 TVM - Farm Frites 423 156
10. 2000 Farm Frites 715 86
11. 2001 Domo - Farm Frites - Latexco 1026 52
12. 2002 Domo - Farm Frites 536 126
13. 2003 Quick Step - Davitamon 671 85
14. 2004 Quick Step - Davitamon 252 266
15. 2005 Quick Step - Innergetic 219 279
16. 2006 Quick Step - Innergetic 43 796
17. 2007 T-Mobile Team 85 539
18. 2008 Team Columbia 179 362
19. 2009 Team Milram 85 509
20. 2010 Team Milram 39 811
Overall: 6020 777