Nicky Degrendele (born 11 October 1996) is a Belgian professional track cyclist and racing cyclist.[1] Most notably, she became world champion at the age of 21 in Women's Keirin at the 2018 UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Apeldoorn. She formerly rode for the Topsport Vlaanderen-Pro-Duo team. In October 2018 she joined BEAT Cycling Club.

Nicky Degrendele
UCI Track World Championships 2018 288.jpg
Degrendele in 2018
Personal information
Born (1996-10-11) 11 October 1996 (age 23)
Team information
Current teamBEAT Cycling Club
RoleRider
Professional team(s)
2015–2017Topsport Vlaanderen–Pro–Duo
2018-BEAT Cycling Club

Major resultsEdit

2014
Belgian Xmas Meetings
1st Keirin
1st Sprint
1st Sprint, Grand Prix of Poland (U23)
Trofeu Ciutat de Barcelona
2nd Keirin
2nd Sprint
3rd Sprint, International Belgian Open
2015
Revolution
1st Keirin - Round 2, Manchester
1st Sprint - Round 2, Manchester
International Belgian Open
1st Keirin
3rd Sprint
3rd Keirin, Grand Prix of Poland
3rd Keirin, Trofeu CAR Anadia Portugal
Belgian Xmas Meetings
3rd Keirin
3rd Sprint
2016
1st Sprint, Track-Cycling Challenge Grenchen
Prova Internacional de Anadia
2nd Keirin
2nd Sprint
2nd Keirin, 6 giorni delle rose - Fiorenzuola
2nd Keirin, Grand Prix of Poland
3rd Keirin, Fenioux Piste International
2nd   Keirin, UEC European U23 Championships
2nd   Keirin, UEC European Track Championships
2017
National Track Championships
1st   500m time trial
1st   Keirin
1st Keirin, Troféu Internacional de Anadia
2nd Keirin, Belgian International Track Meeting
3rd   Keirin, UCI World Track Championships
3rd   Sprint – Minsk, UCI Track World Cup
Fenioux Piste International
3rd Sprint
3rd Keirin
2018
1st   Keirin, UCI World Track Championships
1st   Keirin, UEC European U23 & Junior Track Championships
2nd   Keirin, UEC European Track Championships
3rd   Sprint, UEC European U23 & Junior Track Championships
International Belgian Track Meeting
1st Keirin
1st Sprint

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Nicky Degrendele". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 25 March 2015.

External linksEdit