Dukla Banská Bystrica (cycling team)

Dukla Banská Bystrica (UCI team code: DKB) is a Continental cycling team founded in 2004. It is based in Slovakia and it participates in UCI Continental Circuits races. Peter Sagan and Peter Velits were also part of the team.

Dukla Banská Bystrica
Team information
UCI codeDKB
RegisteredSlovakia
Founded2004 (2004)
Discipline(s)Road
StatusContinental
Key personnel
Team manager(s)
Team name history
2004–2006
2007–2011
2012–2014
2015
2016–
Dukla Trenčín
Dukla Trenčín–Merida
Dukla Trenčín–Trek
Kemo Dukla Trenčín
Dukla Banská Bystrica

Team rosterEdit

As of 19 February 2022.[1]
Rider Date of birth
  Erik Baška (SVK) (1994-01-12) 12 January 1994 (age 28)
  Martin Chren (SVK) (1999-05-08) 8 May 1999 (age 23)
  Adam Foltán (SVK) (2000-05-07) 7 May 2000 (age 22)
  Martin Haring (SVK) (1986-12-24) 24 December 1986 (age 35)
  Lukáš Kubiš (SVK) (2000-01-31) 31 January 2000 (age 22)
  Filip Lohinsky (SVK) (2002-01-24) 24 January 2002 (age 20)
Rider Date of birth
  Pavol Rovder (SVK) (2001-04-09) 9 April 2001 (age 21)
  Patrik Tybor (SVK) (1987-09-16) 16 September 1987 (age 34)
  Samuel Tuka (SVK) (2003-08-24) 24 August 2003 (age 18)
  Lukáš Ungvarský (SVK) (2003-01-23) 23 January 2003 (age 19)
  Tobias Vančo (SVK) (2002-12-04) 4 December 2002 (age 19)

Major winsEdit

2004[2]
Overall Tour d'Egypte, Maroš Kováč
Prologue (ITT), Stages 2, 3 & 6, Maroš Kováč
2005[3]
Stage 1 Tour d'Egypte, Maroš Kováč
Stage 6 Tour d'Egypte, Jan Sipeky
Stage 1 GP de Gemenc, Maroš Kováč
Stage 3 Tour de Slovaquie, Maroš Kováč
2006[4]
  Slovakia Road Race Championships, Maroš Kováč
Stage 2 Tour de Serbie, Maroš Kováč
Coupe des Carpathes, Roman Broniš
Overall Tour du Maroc, Jan Sipeky
Stage 5, Maroš Kováč
Stage 7, Roman Broniš
2007[5]
Prologue (ITT) & Stage 4 Tour d'Egypte, Maroš Kováč
GP Sharm el-Sheikh, Jan Sipeky
Stage 2 Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, Maroš Kováč
Stage 4a Tour de Slovaquie, Maroš Kováč
2008[6]
Stage 3 Umm Al Quwain Race, Maroš Kováč
Stage 4 Umm Al Quwain Race, Roman Broniš
Stages 2, 3, 4 & 7 Tour of Libya, Roman Broniš
Stage 5 Tour of Libya, Jan Sipeky
2009[7]
  Slovakia Road Race Championships, Matej Vysna
GP Kooperativa, Peter Sagan
GP Boka, Peter Sagan
Stage 2 GP Bradlo, Patrik Tybor
Stages 2 & 5 Dookola Mazowsza, Peter Sagan
2010[8]
Stage 4 Vuelta al Uruguay, Matej Jurčo
Stage 2 The Paths of King Nikola, Maroš Kováč
2011[9]
Challenge Khouribga, Maroš Kováč
Stage 1 Dookola Mazowsza, Matej Jurčo
2012[10]
Stage 3 Czech Cycling Tour, Maroš Kováč
Tour Bohemia, Maroš Kováč
2013
Košice–Miskolc, Michal Kolář
Banja Luka–Belgrad I, Michal Kolář
Stage 2 Carpathia Couriers Path, Michal Kolář
Stage 3 Tour de Serbie, Michal Kolář
  Slovakia Under-23 Time Trial Championships, Erik Baška
Prologue (ITT) Sibiu Cycling Tour, Maroš Kováč
Stage 4 Baltic Chain Tour, Patrik Tybor
2014
GP Polski Via Odra, Erik Baška
Stage 3 Okolo Slovenska, Maroš Kováč
  Slovakia Under-23 Time Trial Championships, Mario Daško
Central European Tour Košice–Miskolc, Erik Baška
Central European Tour Budapest GP, Erik Baška
2015
Stage 4 Okolo Slovenska, Maroš Kováč
Stage 1 Tour de Hongrie, Maroš Kováč
Stages 1 & 3 Tour of Bulgaria, Patrik Tybor
2016
Stage 6 Tour du Cameroun, Patrik Tybor
Stage 7 Tour du Cameroun, Martin Mahďar
Stage 5 Tour du Maroc, Patrik Tybor
Novi Sad Mountainbike, Martin Haring
Stages 7 & 9 Merida Cup, Juraj Bellan
Banská Bystrica, Martin Mahďar
Kláštor pod Znievom, Patrik Tybor
Rajecké Teplice Criterium, Maroš Kováč
  Slovakia Cyclo-cross Championships, Martin Haring
2017
  Slovakia Mountainbike (Marathon) Championships, Martin Haring
  Slovakia Mountainbike (XC) Championships, Martin Haring
  Slovakia Hill Climb Championships, Martin Haring
Stage 1 Grand Prix Chantal Biya, Jan Andrej Cully
2018
Stage 4 Tour du Cameroun, Martin Haring
  Slovakia Time Trial Championships, Marek Čanecký
2019
  Slovakia Time Trial Championships, Ján Andrej Cully
Stage 2 In the steps of Romans, Ján Andrej Cully
Stage 4 Tour de Serbia, Ján Andrej Cully
2020
  Slovakia Time Trial Championships, Ján Andrej Cully
Stage 2 In the steps of Romans, Martin Vlčák
  Overall Tour de Serbie, Martin Haring

National ChampionsEdit

2006
  Slovakian Road Race, Maroš Kováč
2009
  Slovakian Road Race, Matej Vysna
2013
  Slovakian U23 Time Trial, Erik Baška
2014
  Slovakian U23 Time Trial, Mario Daško
2016
  Slovakian Cyclo-cross, Martin Haring
2017
  Slovakian Mountainbike (Marathon), Martin Haring
  Slovakian Mountainbike (XC), Martin Haring
  Slovakian Hill Climb, Martin Haring
2018
  Slovakian Time Trial, Marek Čanecký
2019
  Slovakian Time Trial, Ján Andrej Cully
2020
  Slovakian Time Trial, Ján Andrej Cully

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dukla Banska Bystrica". UCI.org. Union Cycliste Internationale. Retrieved 19 February 2022.
  2. ^ Dukla Trencin 2004
  3. ^ Dukla Trencin 2005
  4. ^ Dukla Trencin 2006
  5. ^ Dukla Trencin – Merida 2007
  6. ^ Dukla Trencin – Merida 2008
  7. ^ Dukla Merida Trencin 2009
  8. ^ Dukla Trencin Merida 2010
  9. ^ Dukla Trencin Merida 2011
  10. ^ Dukla Trencin – Trek 2012

External linksEdit