Mads Christensen (cyclist)

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Mads Christensen Road cycling
Mads Christensen at 4 days of Dunkirk 2011
Mads Christensen at 4 days of Dunkirk 2011
To person
Date of birth April 6, 1984
nation DenmarkDenmark Denmark
discipline Street
height 182 cm
Racing weight 69 kg
To the team
Current team Riwal Readynez Cycling Team
function driver
Team (s)
Team PH
Quick Step-Innergetic
Team Barloworld
Team Designa Køkken
Glud & Marstrand-LRØ Rådgivning
Team Saxo-Tinkoff
Cult Energy Vital Water
Riwal Platform Cycling Team
Last updated: February 17, 2015

Mads Christensen (born April 6, 1984 ) is a Danish cyclist .


As a junior Christensen won six Danish league titles, including five on the train in the disciplines of two-team driving , individual pursuit , team pursuit and 1km time trial and on the road in the individual time trial . In 2001 he won the elite titles in two-man team driving, single pursuit and team pursuit.

He won the Danish U23 championship title in road racing in 2003 and in the individual time trial in 2004 . At the 2004 World Championships in Verona , he was third in the U23 road race behind Kanstanzin Siuzou and Thomas Dekker .

In 2005 he received his first contract with a UCI ProTeam , the Belgian team Quick Step-Innergetic , for which he competed in the Giro d'Italia in 2005 and finished in 142nd place. After a few years with smaller teams, he signed a contract with the Danish ProTeam Saxo Bank in 2011, for which he drove until the end of the 2013 season and won a stage of the Flèche du Sud in 2010 and the mountain classification of the Tour of the Basque Country in 2012 . He also finished the Vuelta a España 2011 as 160th and the Giro d'Italia 2013 as. 126.




  • DenmarkDenmark Danish Champion - Road Race (U23)


  • DenmarkDenmark Danish Champion - Individual Time Trial (U23)
  • Bronze medal blank.svg World Championship - Road Race (U-23)

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