Erik Schubert

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Erik Schubert Road cycling
Erik Schubert (2014)
Erik Schubert (2014)
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Date of birth February 12, 1996
nation GermanyGermany Germany
discipline Railway (endurance) / road
End of career 2018
RV Elxleben
Berlin TSC
RSC North Saxony
Last updated: July 16, 2018

Erik Schubert (born February 12, 1996 ) is a former German cyclist who competes in races on track and road .

Athletic career

In 2013 Erik Schubert took third place in the junior team pursuit at the 2013 German Track Cycling Championships, together with Konrad Geßner , Robert Jägeler and Robert Krause . In the following year he became German junior vice-champion in the same discipline with John Mandrysch , Paul Zeise and Jägeler.

In 2017 Schubert was nominated for the U23 European Railway Championships , where he finished twelfth in the Omnium . At the three-country championship in 2018 , he finished tenth in the ranking of the German U23 drivers. A few weeks later, Schubert won the title of German championship points race at the German track championships in Dudenhofen . He then ended his career and began studying because he saw no prospects for himself in cycling.




Web links

Commons : Erik Schubert  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Axel Lukacsek: Passion that creates suffering. In: September 8, 2018, accessed July 17, 2019 .