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Kenny De Ketele (born 5 June 1985) is a Belgian professional racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Professional Continental team Sport Vlaanderen–Baloise.[2]

Kenny De Ketele
Kenny De Ketele bei Rund um Köln 2018.jpg
De Ketele in 2018
Personal information
Born (1985-06-05) 5 June 1985 (age 33)[1]
Oudenaarde, Belgium
Height1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[1]
Weight66 kg (146 lb)[1]
Team information
Current teamSport Vlaanderen–Baloise
DisciplineTrack and road
RoleRider
Amateur team(s)
2003Victaulic Europe
2004Jong Vlaanderen 2016
2005–2007Bodysol–Win for Life–Jong Vlaanderen
Professional team(s)
2007–Chocolade Jacques–Topsport Vlaanderen

He was the men's Madison World Champion in 2012, with Gijs Van Hoecke.

Contents

Major resultsEdit

TrackEdit

2001–2002
2nd National Junior Individual Pursuit Championship
2002–2003
National Junior Championships
1st   Individual pursuit
1st   Points race
2nd Scratch
3rd Kilo
2nd European Junior Points Race Championships
2003–2004
1st European Under-23 Madison Championships (with Iljo Keisse)
National Championships
1st   Individual pursuit
1st   Kilo
UIV Cup U23
1st Ghent (with Steve Schets)
2nd Amsterdam (with Steve Schets)
2nd Munich (with Steve Schets)
2004–2005
National Championships
1st   Madison (with Steve Schets)
2nd Omnium
2nd European Under-23 Madison Championships (with Steve Schets)
World Cup
2nd Madison, Manchester (with Wouter Van Mechelen)
3rd Madison, Moscow (with Steve Schets)
2nd Overall UIV Cup U23 (with Steve Schets)
1st Munich
2nd Bremen
2nd Berlin
3rd Copenhagen
2005–2006
1st European Under-23 Madison Championships (with Steve Schets)
National Championships
1st   Kilo
1st   Team pursuit (with Steve Schets, Ingmar De Poortere and Tim Mertens)
2nd Individual pursuit
3rd Omnium
2006–2007
European Under-23 Championships
1st Points race
3rd Team pursuit
National Championships
1st   Points race
1st   Derny
2nd Scratch
3rd Individual pursuit
2nd World Cup Madison, Los Angeles (with Steve Schets)
2007–2008
National Championships
1st   Derny
1st   Team pursuit (with Ingmar De Poortere, Tim Mertens and Dominique Cornu)
1st   Madison (with Iljo Keisse)
1st   Kilo
1st   Omnium
2nd Points race
2nd Individual pursuit
3rd Scratch
1st World Cup Madison, Los Angeles (with Tim Mertens)
2013
1st Six Days of Amsterdam (with Gijs Van Hoecke)
3rd   Madison (with Gijs Van Hoecke), UEC European Championships
2014
1st Six Days of Ghent (with Jasper De Buyst)
2nd   Points race – London, UCI World Cup
3rd   Madison (with Otto Vergaerde), UEC European Championships
3rd Six Days of Zurich (with Jasper De Buyst)
2015
1st Six Days of London (with Moreno De Pauw)
2016
UCI World Cup
1st   Madison, Apeldoorn (with Robbe Ghys)
3rd   Madison, Glasgow (with Moreno De Pauw)
1st   Madison, National Championships (with Moreno De Pauw)[3]
1st Six Days of London (with Moreno De Pauw)
1st Six Days of Amsterdam (with Moreno De Pauw)
UEC European Championships
2nd   Points race
3rd   Madison (with Moreno De Pauw)
2nd Six Days of Ghent (with Moreno De Pauw)
3rd   Points race, UCI World Championships
2017
1st Six Days of Berlin (with Moreno De Pauw)
1st Six Days Final – Mallorca (with Moreno De Pauw)
1st Six Days of Ghent (with Moreno De Pauw)
UCI World Championships
2nd   Points race
3rd   Madison with Moreno De Pauw)
UCI World Cup
1st   Madison, Milton (with Lindsay De Vylder)
2nd   Madison, Pruszków (with Moreno De Pauw)
3rd   Points race, Milton
2nd Six Days of Copenhagen (with Moreno De Pauw)
3rd Six Days of London (with Moreno De Pauw)
2018
UEC European Championships
1st   Madison (with Robbe Ghys)
2nd   Points race
1st Six Day Bremen (with Theo Reinhardt)
2nd Six Day Berlin (with Moreno De Pauw)
1st Six Day Copenhagen (with Michael Morkov)
2019
UCI World Championships
3rd   Madison (with Robbe Ghys)

RoadEdit

2003
2nd Junior Tour of Flanders
2nd Junior Trofee der Vlaamse Ardennen
2005
2nd Overall Ronde van Vlaams-Brabant
3rd Kaarst-Büttgen
2007
3rd GP Frans Melckenbeeck

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "Kenny De Ketele". Topsport Vlaanderen–Baloise. Wielerclub Eddy Merckxvrienden vzw. Retrieved 8 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Sport Vlaanderen – Baloise 2019 met 22 renners" [Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise 2019 with 22 riders]. Sport Vlaanderen–Baloise (in Dutch). Wielerclub Eddy Merckxvrienden vzw. 24 November 2018. Retrieved 24 January 2019.
  3. ^ http://sixday.com/news/six-day-heavyweights-de-ketele-and-de-pauw-end-2016-on-a-high/

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