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Name  Michel Vaarten

Role  Cyclist
Born  17 January 1957 (age 58) (1957-01-17) Turnhout, Belgium
Olympic medals  Cycling at the 1976 Summer Olympics - Men's 1000m Time Trial

Michel Vaarten (born 17 January 1957) is a retired track cyclist and road bicycle racer from Belgium. He represented Belgium at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada, where he won silver medal in the 1.000m time trial behind East Germany's Klaus-Jürgen Grünke. Vaarten was a professional from 1979 to 1992. He won 12 national titles, one European title and one world title, mainly in track cycling. Vaarten is currently piloting a Derny bike in many Six Day Cycling events around Europe.

Teams

  • 1979: Mini Flat-VDB (Belgium)
  • 1980: Eurobouw (Belgium)
  • 1981: Fangio-Sapeco-Mavic (Belgium)
  • 1982: Amko Sport (Netherlands)
  • 1983: Suntour (Belgium)
  • 1984: Fangio-Ecoturbo (Belgium)
  • 1984: Suntour (Belgium)
  • 1985: Unknown
  • 1986: Eurosteiger (Belgium)
  • 1987: Schwinn-Icy Hot (United States)
  • 1988: Wheaties-Schwinn (United States)
  • 1989: Wheaties-Schwinn (United States)
  • 1990: Sakae-3 Rensho (United States)
  • 1991: Unknown
  • 1992: Buysse Babyartikelen (Belgium)
  • 1992: Enra (Belgium)
  • 1992: EM (Belgium)
  • References

    Michel Vaarten Wikipedia


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