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Falk Boden

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Name  Falk Boden
Role  Olympic athlete

Height  1.83 m
Weight  74 kg
Falk Boden
Born  20 January 1960 (age 55) Elsterwerda, Germany (1960-01-20)
Olympic medals  Cycling at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Men's team time trial
Similar People  Hans‑Joachim Hartnick, Bernd Drogan, Olaf Ludwig, Mario Kummer, Oleg Logvin

Falk Boden (born 20 January 1960) is a retired German cyclist. He had his best achievements in the 100 km team time trial, in which he won a silver medal for East Germany at the 1980 Summer Olympics, as well as three gold and one silver medals at the world championships in 1979, 1981, 1989 and 1990. He missed the 1984 Summer Olympics due to their boycott by East Germany and competed in the Friendship Games instead, winning a gold medal. He won the German National Road Race in 1991.

Individually, he won the following races:

  • Peace Race, 1983
  • DDR-Rundfahrt, 1980 and 1984
  • Niederoesterreich Rundfahrt, 1984
  • Regio Tour International, 1989
  • Goppingen, 1993
  • Coca-Cola Trophy, 1993
  • References

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