Bobby Julich


Julich 1992 professional cycling team at the Spago. In 1996 he made ​​his attention when he was ninth at the Vuelta a España. Two years later, he finished third in the Tour de France. In the following four years with Team Telekom Crédit Agricole and he was unable to repeat the old successes. When he came to the CSC team of Bjarne Riis in 2004, this changed. He initially won the bronze medal in the time trial at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens - after the disqualification of Tyler Hamilton for doping silver. In 2005, he was the stage race Paris-Nice, the Critérium International for the umpteenth time, and the first edition of the Eneco Tour win. His last victory he celebrated again in 2006 in Paris-Nice with the victory in the prologue. His best result in 2007 was the second place in the Sachsen Tour Joost Posthuma behind.

In September 2008, Bobby Julich ended his cycling career. In August 2012, was subsequently denied his Olympic victory in 2004, so that Julich advancing from third place on the silver medal.

2010 Julich was time trial coach at his old team Saxo Bank, his contract was not renewed after one year. Julich changed then as a so-called "Race Coach" for Team Sky.

In October 2012 Julich publicly confessed to have doped between August 1996 and July 1998 with Epo. His contract as coach of Team Sky was dissolved at the same time.


  • Tour de l' Ain and a stage
  • Criterium International
  • A stage ( TTT ) Tour de France
  • ITT Olympic Games
  • A stage Basque Country Tour
  • Paris-Nice
  • Criterium International and a stage
  • Eneco Tour and a stage
  • Prologue Paris-Nice
  • A stage ( team time trial ) Giro d' Italia
  • Eindhoven team time trial
  • A stage Germany Tour 2007
  • Eindhoven team time trial

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