| Pieter Otto Schep|
Koga Cycling Team
| 8 March 1977 (age 38)
Lopik, the Netherlands (1977-03-08) |
Koga-CreditForce-Ubbink Track Cycling Team
Pieter Otto ("Peter") Schep (born 8 March 1977 in Lopik, Utrecht) is a Dutch racing cyclist, specializing in track cycling endurance events.
Born in Lopik, Schep represented the Netherlands at the 1996, 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. In all three occasions he took part in the team pursuit. In 1996 he featured in a team with Jarich Bakker, Richard Rozendaal and Robert Slippens and finished in 12th position. A new team with Slippens, John den Braber, Jens Mouris and Wilco Zuijderwijk was created with success. The team improved their 2000 effort and reached the quarter finals where they were lapped by the team from the Ukraine, resulting in a seventh place overall. Schep and Mouris also qualified for the same discipline in 2004, but this time they were joined by Levi Heimans and Jeroen Straathof. Yet again the previous effort was improved when the team finished fifth.
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