|Date of birth||March 8, 1984|
|Most important successes|
|Last updated: September 17, 2008|
Keller first tried herself as a triathlete , but then decided to go cycling . She began her career in the 2003 season in the U23 team of RSC Cottbus , before moving to the German team Red Bull-Stadtwerke Frankfurt / Oder in the 2004 season. In the summer of 2005 she moved to the Dutch team Flexpoint , where she became a teammate of the Swedish double world champion Susanne Ljungskog and the Dutch woman Mirjam Melchers . In the 2008 season, Luise Keller moved to the High Road team .
In 2005 she took part in her first road world championship in Madrid. In the 2007 season she was able to achieve her first major victory by winning the German Road Cycling Championship in Wiesbaden . The following year she successfully defended the title. Her greatest international success came in 2007 when she won the overall ranking of the Route de France Féminine .
In addition to her cycling career, she has been studying land use and water management at the Brandenburg Technical University in Cottbus since 2005 . Before that, she attended the Lausitz sports school, also in Cottbus.
- German champion - road race
- Overall classification Route de France Féminine
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German racing cyclist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 8, 1984|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Jena , GDR|