Historic Overview Michaël Blaudzun

Rider

Overall Rank1275
NameMichaël BLAUDZUN
Country
  Denmark
Date of birth30-Apr-1973 - Herning (Midtjyllen)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Michaël Blaudzun

Michael Blaudzun (born 30 April 1973 in Herning) is a Danish former professional road bicycle racer. Michael is the son of 1972 Summer Olympics track cycling bronze medalist Verner Blaudzun and a strong individual time trial rider who has won the Danish national championship in that discipline in 2001, 2003 and 2005.

After Michael Blaudzun won the 1994 Danish Road Racing Championship while riding for amateur team Herning CK, he was signed for the remainder of the 1994 season as a stagiaire at professional team Word Perfect. For the 1995 season, the Word Perfect team changed its name to Novell, and Michael Blaudzun turned professional for the outfit, riding for the team until 1997, by which time the team had once again changed its name to Rabobank. Blaudzun had a few wins in his time at Rabobank, but when he switched to German outfit Team Telekom in 1998, he only managed a handful of secondary finishes.

For the 1999 season, he switched to Danish Team home - Jack & Jones (later named Team CSC) based on his former team Herning CK. Blaudzun participated in the first ever Tour de France for Team CSC, in the 2000 edition, but he quit the race at the 12h stage. He would ride a further two editions of the Tour de France in 2001 and 2003.

source - Wikipedia

Seasons

Michaël Blaudzun - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1994 WordPerfect 51 437
2. 1995 Novell Software 74 382
3. 1996 Rabobank 173 241
4. 1997 Rabobank 162 270
5. 1998 Team Deutsche Telekom 61 467
6. 1999 Team Home - Jack & Jones 325 178
7. 2000 Memory Card - Jack & Jones 370 178
8. 2001 Team CSC - Tiscali 603 106
9. 2002 Team CSC - Tiscali 81 562
10. 2003 Team CSC - Imax 333 201
11. 2004 Team CSC 252 252
12. 2005 Team CSC 415 159
13. 2006 Team CSC 262 236
14. 2007 Team CSC 152 381
15. 2008 Team CSC Saxo Bank 356 194
Overall: 3670 1275