Guido Fulst

Guido Fulst (born 7 July 1970, Wernigerode ) is a retired German racing cyclist. He was Olympic champion and multiple world champion.

Sports career

A native of Drubeck in Saxony -Anhalt Guido Fulst launched for the Marzahn Cycling Club Berlin '94 eV He won at the Olympics in Barcelona and Sydney a gold medal each in the 4000 -meter team pursuit and in Athens a bronze medal in the points race. He was a multiple world champion, such as in the 4000 -meter team pursuit at the UCI Track World Championships in 1989, at that time still starting for the GDR. 15 times he was German champion in various disciplines of track cycling. At 61 six-day races he scored three victories.

In the Summer Olympics 2000, he won a gold medal and set together with Robert Bartko, Daniel Becke and Jens Lehmann with 3:59,710 minutes a new world record in the team pursuit. The German team became the first, which remained over 4000 meters below a time of four minutes.

In 2001 Fulst was disqualified due to an increased caffeine - value for doping and sentenced to a fine of 2,000 Swiss francs.

Guido Fulst ended his active career officially on 1 March 2008 and then made ​​a one-year training to the object manager for a service company for hospitals and nursing homes.


1992 Fulst was awarded a Bambi.