Carsten Bergemann

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Carsten Bergemann (born 24 January 1979, in Bautzen) is a German track cyclist, specialising in the sprint disciplines. Bergemann was world champion as part of the Germany team in team sprint in 2003.

Carsten Bergemann
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Bergemann at the 2006 German national track championships
Personal information
Full nameCarsten Bergemann
Born (1979-01-24) 24 January 1979 (age 42)
Bautzen, Bezirk Dresden, East Germany
Team information
DisciplineTrack
RoleRider
Rider typeSprinter

Major resultsEdit

Date Placing Event Competition Location Country
1999 2 1 km time trial National championships Berlin   Germany
1999 2 Team sprint[N 1] National championships Berlin   Germany
17 June 2000 2 Team sprint[N 2] World Cup Mexico City   Mexico
29 June 2000 2 1 km time trial National championships Hamburg   Germany
30 June 2000 1 Team sprint[N 3] National championships Hamburg   Germany
2 July 2000 3 Keirin National championships Hamburg   Germany
July 2001   Team sprint[N 4] European Track Championships Fiorenzuola   Italy
25 May 2001 3 1 km time trial World Cup Cali   Colombia
26 May 2001 1 Team sprint[N 5] World Cup Cali   Colombia
July 2001 3 1 km time trial National championships Chemnitz   Germany
19 April 2002 2 Team sprint[N 6] World Cup Monterrey   Mexico
July 2002 3 1 km time trial National championships Büttgen   Germany
July 2002 1 Team sprint[N 7] National championships Büttgen   Germany
July 2002 3 Sprint National championships Büttgen   Germany
18 July 2002   Team sprint[N 8] European Track Championships Büttgen   Germany
10 August 2002 3 Sprint World Cup Kunming   China
27 September 2002   Team sprint[N 9] World Championships Ballerup   Denmark
13 April 2003 2 Team sprint[N 10] World Cup Cape Town   South Africa
May 2003 2 Team sprint[N 11] National championships   Germany
May 2003 2 1 km time trial National championships   Germany
3 August 2003   Team sprint[N 12] World Championships Stuttgart   Germany
2004 1 1 km time trial National championships Leipzig   Germany
2004 1 Team sprint[N 13] National championships Leipzig   Germany
2004 3 Sprint National championships Leipzig   Germany
13 February 2004 3 1 km time trial World Cup Moscow   Russia
15 February 2004 1 Team sprint[N 14] World Cup Moscow   Russia
15 December 2004 2 Team sprint[N 15] World Cup Los Angeles   United States
August 2005 2 Sprint National championships Hamburg   Germany
August 2005 2 Team sprint[N 16] National championships Hamburg   Germany
19 August 2005 1 1 km time trial National championships Hamburg   Germany
4 November 2005 2 1 km time trial World Cup Moscow   Russia
6 November 2005 1 Team sprint[N 17] World Cup Moscow   Russia
18 August 2006 3 1 km time trial National championships Cottbus   Germany
19 August 2006 2 Keirin National championships Cottbus   Germany
19 August 2006 1 Team sprint[N 18] National championships Cottbus   Germany
19 January 2007 2 1 km time trial World Cup Los Angeles   United States
23 August 2007 2 Team sprint[N 19] National championships Berlin   Germany
24 August 2007 2 1 km time trial National championships Berlin   Germany
26 August 2007 2 Sprint National championships Berlin   Germany
11 December 2008 1 Team sprint[N 20] World Cup Cali   Colombia
8 July 2009 1 Team sprint[N 21] National championships Erfurt   Germany
19 November 2009 2 Team sprint[N 22] World Cup Melbourne   Australia
20 November 2009 1 Keirin World Cup Melbourne   Australia
  1. ^ The other riders on the squad were Thomas Henke and Stefan Nimke
  2. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Eyk Pokorny
  3. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and Jan van Eijden
  4. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Stefan Nimke
  5. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and Matthias John
  6. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and René Wolff
  7. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and Stefan Nimke
  8. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Sören Lausberg
  9. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and Sören Lausberg
  10. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Stefan Nimke
  11. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and Jan van Eijden
  12. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and René Wolff
  13. ^ The other riders on the squad were Stefan Nimke and Jens Fiedler
  14. ^ The other riders on the squad were Jens Fiedler and René Wolff
  15. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Stefan Nimke
  16. ^ The other riders on the squad were Stefan Nimke and Jan van Eijden
  17. ^ The other riders on the squad were Matthias John and Stefan Nimke
  18. ^ The other riders on the squad were Benjamin Wittmann and Stefan Nimke
  19. ^ The other riders on the squad were Benjamin Wittmann and Robert Förstemann
  20. ^ The other riders on the squad were Robert Förstemann and Stefan Nimke
  21. ^ The other riders on the squad were Robert Förstemann and Sascha Hübner
  22. ^ The other riders on the squad were René Enders and Tobias Wachter

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