Second Place Milan - Sanremo 2009 Second Place Tour of Flanders 2009 Stage win Vuelta a España 2005 Stage win Tour de France 2009
Heinrich Haussler grew up in Inverell ( Australia). Since his father is from Germany, he had until July 2010, the German citizenship. At the age of almost 15 years, he relied on the advice of a German acquaintance his native land and came to his grandmother after Schiffweiler at Saarbrücken first. At his acquaintances at Nuremberg dwelling, he completed his first race for the RC Herpersdorf and soon moved to Cottbus.
After the 2003 World Cup (U -23), he received his first offer of a professional contract. His first stop as a professional was the team Gerolsteiner. His first success as a professional cyclist, he celebrated in 2005 with the completely surprising victory of the 19th stage of the Vuelta a España. In 2006, Haussler celebrate two stage wins at the Vuelta a Murcia and won the points classification. In the years 2007 and 2008, although Haussler could show some quite far ahead in many races, but great successes were made .
The year 2009 started successfully for Haussler. After changing to the Cervélo TestTeam and moving to Freiburg im Breisgau, he won first the points classification at the Tour of Qatar and finished the Tour in second place overall. This was followed by victory in the points classification at the Tour of Algarve, with Haussler was also able to gain two stage wins in the important spring tour. Another stage victory followed in Paris-Nice. In addition, he scored second places in the classics Milan - Sanremo and the Tour of Flanders and other top 10 rankings on cross through Flanders and Paris -Roubaix, so he temporarily led the UCI World Ranking of road cycling. On July 17, he won the 13th stage of the 2009 Tour de France from Vittel to Colmar.
Beginning of April 2009 announced Haussler to want to start from 2010 for the national team of his native country Australia. However, the world governing body UCI announced in August that the application was rejected on a change of start nation, on the grounds that Haussler was already down in the youth field for Germany at the World Championships and, therefore, a bill is not out of the question. Thus he remained still started only for Germany. In July 2010, Haussler has abandoned the German nationality. As a result, he might in the future start at World Championships for his native Australia.
In the sixth stage of the Tour de Suisse in 2013 he retired to a massive crash a pelvic and hip fracture to.
- German Vice Champion U 23
- A stage in the Vuelta a España
- Two stages and points classification Vuelta a Murcia
- A stage Rhineland- Palatinate Tour
- Two stages Circuit Franco -Belge
- A stage Lower Saxony Tour
- A stage of Dauphiné Libéré
- A stage Tour of Bavaria
- Two stages and points classification Tour of Algarve
- A stage of Paris-Nice
- GP Schwarzwald
- A stage of the Tour de France
- A stage of the Tour du Poitou Charentes
- A stage in the Tour de Suisse
- Two stages of the Tour of Qatar
- Scoring Paris-Nice
- A stage of the Tour of Beijing
- A stage Tour of Bavaria
- 2004 T -Mobile team as a stagiaire
- 2005-2008 Team Gerolsteiner
- 2009-2010 Cervélo TestTeam
- 2011 Team Garmin - Cervélo
- 2012 Garmin -Sharp
- 2013 IAM Cycling