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Aad van den Hoek

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Full name  Aad van den Hoek
1983  Beckers Snacks
Weight  77 kg
1974–1982  TI-Raleigh
Height  1.86 m
Discipline  Road
Role  Cyclist
Current team  Retired
Name  Aad den

Aad van den Hoek Aad van den Hoek at the Tour de France 1978 OldSchoolCool

Born  14 October 1951 (age 64) Dirksland, Netherlands (1951-10-14)

Aad van den Hoek (born 14 October 1951) is a former Dutch cyclist. He was professional between 1974 and 1983 and was good friends with Gerrie Knetemann.


In 1976 he finished last in the final of the Tour de France and carried the Lanterne rouge.

In 1972 he finished third in the 100 km team time trial at the Munich Olympics, but tested positive for Coramine, a drug allowed by the Union Cycliste Internationale but not the IOC. The Dutch team was disqualified.


Aad van den Hoek Wikipedia

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