Regina Schleicher

Regina Schleicher ( born March 21, 1974 in Würzburg) is a former German cyclist.

Cycling career

Regina Schleicher grew up in Marktheidenfeld and went to school there. Her father, Hans Schleicher ( b. 1949 ), is cycling coach and led them to their first club, the RV Concordia Karbach Karbach. In addition, she trained as a kindergarten teacher.

In the years 1999-2004 Schleicher went for Italian cycling team. The sports director of the team, Gianluigi Barsottelli, was her partner.

Since 2005, Schleicher went for Equipe Nürnberger and was able to get both the national championship and the world championship in the same year on the road. Schleicher was one of the world's best sprinters and as the best sprinter of their team and in Germany. Your team tried - with favorable tactical starting position - bring a Sprinterzug in promising position. At the World Cup their teammates practiced this tactic in an exemplary manner in the national jersey and led Regina Schleicher to victory.

2008 Schleicher suffered a serious fall, after they could not reach their old form. The following year, she finished her cycling career after her contract was not renewed at the Nuremberg team, and was officially adopted round the old town of Nuremberg in the context of the race. In 2010, she resigned from the resignation and even drove a season for the Italian team SC Michela Fanini Record Rox, and then finally to end their career.


In Marktheidenfeld she received the Medal of Merit of the city. Also a cycle between Marktheidenfeld and rooms was renamed " Regina Schleicher - way ". As part of the Berlin Six Day Race 2010, she was honored by the German Cycling Federation with the Golden Nail.


In Mannheim in 2005 she was the second time German champion road racers. Your first champion jersey she brought eleven years earlier in the Junior Women. When she U23 1994 European Champion in the road race. Her other credits include, among others:

  • Grand Prix de Plouay 2002
  • Gran Premio Castilla y León 2002
  • Seven stages Giro d' Italia feminile 2003-2005
  • Two stages Canada Tour 2003
  • A stage of the Giro del Trentino Alto Adige ( 2004)
  • A stage of Tour du Grand Montréal 2004
  • Four stages Vuelta Castilla y León " 2003-2005
  • A stage Holland Ladies Tour 2004
  • Road World Championship 2005
  • Trofeo Alfredo Binda - Comune di Cittiglio 2006
  • Around the old town of Nuremberg 2000, 2006
  • Gran Premio della Donne Liberation 2005, 2008