Teun Mulder

Teunis " Teun " Mulder ( born June 18, 1981 in Zuuk, Epe ) is a Dutch racing cyclist and two-time world champion.

His first national title won Teun Mulder in 2000, when he became Dutch champion in rail Omnium. Since then, he has now a total of nine times national champion in the disciplines Keirin, Sprint and Time Trial.

2005, at the UCI Track World Championships in Los Angeles, Mulder was world champion in keirin; In 2008 and 2010 he became world champion in 1000 -meter time trial on the track. In addition there are numerous podium finishes at another World Championships and World Cups. In addition, he was twice European champion. In the UCI Track World Championships in 2011 Mulder won silver in the time trial and bronze in the keirin.

Teun Mulder took twice at the Olympics in part, at Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008, but was able to win a medal. At the 2012 Olympic Games in London Mulder took third place in the Keirin, which he shared with the New Zealander Simon van Velthooven.

In September 2013 Mulder announced that he would end his own career as a performance cyclist. He would, however, be in the future as a pilot in tandem race for visually impaired athletes still active. The Dutch Course Championships in 2013, he finished together with gutter Oost rank two in tandem sprint.


  • 2010 Équipe Cofidis
  • 2012 Koga Cycling Team ( until 31.07. )