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Lieselot Decroix

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Full name  Lieselot Decroix
Name  Lieselot Decroix
Height  1.67 m

Role  Rider
Weight  50 kg
2009–2010  Cervelo TestTeam
Disciplines  Road cycling

Born  12 May 1987 (age 28) Poperinge, Belgium (1987-05-12)
2007–2008  Lotto-Belisol Ladiesteam
2011  Topsport Vlaanderen-Mercator

Current team  CyclelivePlus-Zannata

Interview met Lieselot Decroix en Kristof Vandewalle


Lieselot Decroix (born 12 May 1987 in Poperinge) is a Belgian professional road cyclist. She represented her nation Belgium at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and has currently competed under an annual contract for CyclelivePlus-Zannata Women's Team.

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Decroix qualified for the Belgian squad, as a lone female cyclist, in the women's road race at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing by finishing among the top 24 and receiving a berth from the UCI World Cup. She successfully completed a grueling race with a forty-fourth-place finish through a vast field of sixty-six cyclists in 3:36:35, surpassing Mexico's Alessandra Grassi by less than a second.

Lieselot Decroix Lieselot Decroix hangt fiets aan wilgen na dit seizoen Het Nieuwsblad

Career highlights

2008
44th Olympic Games, Beijing (CHN)
2009 – Cervélo TestTeam 2009 season
2nd Stage 2, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin, Port-la-Nouvelle (FRA) 3rd Belgian Championships (ITT), Hooglede (BEL) 4th Belgian Championships (Road), Saint-Ghislain (BEL)
2011
1st Stage 4, Gracia-Orlova, Czech Republic
2016
2nd Stage 2 (TTT), Giro del Trentino Alto Adige-Südtirol (ITA) 3rd Ronde van Gelderland (NED)

Lieselot Decroix Lieselot Decroix op het podium in ronde van Gelderland Het Nieuwsblad

References

Lieselot Decroix Wikipedia