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Peter Pieters

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Sport  Cycling
Weight  82 kg
Height  1.91 m

Role  Cyclist
Name  Peter Pieters
Peter Pieters
Born  2 February 1962 (age 53) (1962-02-02) Zwanenburg, the Netherlands

Children  Amy Pieters, Roy Pieters

Rit ronde van belgie 1988 winnaar peter pieters


Peter Pieters (born 2 February 1962) is a retired Dutch cyclist who was active between 1980 and 1998. On track, he competed at the 1996 Summer Olympics in the individual 4 km putsuit and points race, and won a bronze medal in the points race at the 1991 world championships. On the road, he won the Delta Profronde (1988), Paris–Tours (1988), Profronde van Almelo (1990) and Ronde van de Haarlemmermeer (1996), as well as individual stages of the Olympia's Tour (1983), Vuelta a Burgos (1984), Driedaagse van West-Vlaanderen (1984), Vuelta a Murcia (1985), Tour of Belgium (1988) and Tour of Sweden (1992). After retiring from competitions he worked as cycling coach, in particular with the Belgian national team he's successful: in 2017 the Belgium national team is bringing home the highest amount of medals in 50 years.

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Pieters's brother Sjaak and daughter Amy are also Olympic cyclists.

Parijs-Tours 1988 winnaar Peter Pieters


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Peter Pieters Wikipedia


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