Tristan Hoffman

Tristan Henri Christiaan Hoffman ( born January 1, 1970 in Groenlo ) is a former Dutch cyclist and current sports director.

Tristan Hoffman was a professional racing car driver, 1992 and 2005. In his first year as a pro, he became Dutch champion in the road race. , 1998, he took second place. Multiple stage wins get him in tours such as the Tour de Suisse, the Tour de l' Avenir and the Herald Sun Tour. At Paris -Roubaix, he took multiple front seats, 2004, he finished second. In 1996 he won Paris - Bourges and 2000 cross through Flanders. Three times - 1995, 1997 and 2000 - he competed in the Tour de France; twice he came not among the top hundred, once he gave up.

2005 Tristan Hoffmann crashed while Omloop Het Volk hard and then decided to end his active career. First, he was sports director at Team CSC, then the T- Mobile team. From 2007 to 2009, he was sports director at Team HTC - Columbia. He then moved to Team Saxo - Tinkoff.