Uwe Peschel

Uwe Peschel (born 4 November 1968, Berlin ) is a retired German racing cyclist. He achieved his greatest success at the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992, when he was in the 100 - km - road four Olympic champion.

The time trial specialist was a professional cyclist from 1997 to 2005, previously an amateur. He drove so far for the teams SC Berlin, TSV Erfurt, Schauff - Oeschelbronn, Cantina Tollo, Schauff - Oeschelbronn professional, Estepona Brepac and from 1999 until end of his career for the team Gerolsteiner.

Uwe Peschel is a multiple German champion in the time trial and team time trial and bronze medalist in road quad at the World Championships in 1994. During individual time trial of the road bike World Cup 1995, he finished third in 2003, second place. Twice he won the French time trial classic GP of Nations (1997 and 2002).

Uwe Peschel comes from a cycling family: his father Axel Peschel had won in 1968, the Peace Race.

Today Uwe Peschel lives in Kressbronn, with Claudia (nee Brauchle ) is married and has two sons. From there, he has teamed up with several companies to, among other cycling training for cycling amateurs and Jedermänner.