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39th Internationale Rheinland-Pfalz Rundfahrt - 2.3

Germany, September 15-19, 2004

2003 results     Stage List     Preview    Start List     Past winners

The Stages

  • Stage 1 - September 15: Pirmasens - Worms, 184,4 km
  • Stage 2 - September 16: Worms - Mainz, 174,3 km
  • Stage 3 - September 17: Koblenz - Bad Marienberg, 204,8 km
  • Stage 4 - September 18: Trier - Saarburg, 142,9 km
  • Stage 5 - September 19: Kaiserslautern - Pirmasens, 159,2 km

Rheinland-Pfalz with Dekker

The International Tour of Rheinland-Pfalz (cat. 2.3), a hilly region in southwestern Germany, will depart on Wednesday September 15 and contain five days of racing. Apart from second and third division teams, several Division I squads are participating: T-Mobile (headed by Rolf Aldag), Bankgiroloterij (Theo Bos), Chocolade Jacques, Lotto-Domo (Nick Gates), Gerolsteiner (Danilo Hondo) and Rabobank (Marc Wauters).

Furthermore, Rabobank today released a communiqué stating that Erik Dekker will also be on its team roster for this race. Dekker hopes to improve his form for the World's in Verona. He was injured last week at the GP Jef Scherens and had to forfeit the GP Fourmies, which meant his next race scheduled would only have been on September 23, the Coppa Sabatini. Dekker said that his hamstring injury "should be OK on Wednesday...My hand still hurts, though. It's a difficult course, but that's alright. I'll see how it goes."

Start list

T-Mobile Team                       Bankgiroloterij
 
1 Rolf Aldag (Ger)                  11 Marco Bos (Ned)
2 Eric Baumann (Ger)                12 Addy Engels (Ned)
3 André Korff (Ger)                 13 Allan Johansen (Den)
4 Jan Schaffrath (Ger)              14 Matthé Pronk (Ned)
5 Steffen Wesemann (Ger)            15 Remco Van Der Ven (Ned)
6 Christian Werner (Ger)            16 Laurens Ten Dam (Ned)
7 Heinrich Haussler (Ger)           17 Frank Van Dulmen (Ned)
8 Marcus Burghardt (Ger)            18 Eelke Van Der Wal (Ned)
 
VC Frankfurt Radteam-Brügelmann
                                    Hoop CCC - Polsat
21 Matthias Friedemann (Ger)
22 Henning Jaecks (Ger)             31 Seweryn Kohut (Pol)
23 Patrick Köhler (Ger)             32 Mariusz Kowal (Pol)
24 Alexander Peter (Ger)            33 Jaroslaw Zarebski (Pol)
25 Jason Philips (Aus)              34 Alexei Markov (Rus)
26 Karl Platt (Ger)                 35 Plamen Stoyanov (Bul)
27 Andre Schulze (Ger)              36 Arkadiusz Wojtas (Pol)
28 Karsten Volkmann (Ger)           37 Quentino Rodriques (Por)
                                    38 Alexei Sivakov (Rus)
 
Chocolade Jacques Wincor-Nixdorf    Team Comnet-Senges
 
41 Mauricio Ardila (Col)            51 Hans-Jürge Juretzek (Ger)
42 Michael Blanchy (Bel)            52 Luke Roberts (Aus)
43 Denys Kostyuk (Ukr)              53 Frank Dressler (Ger)
44 Zbigniew Piatek (Pol)            54 Robert Retschke (Ger)
45 Jurgen Van De Walle (Bel)        55 Corey Sweet (Aus)
46 Maxim Rudenko (Ukr)              56 Karsten Vogel (Ger)
47 Leonardo Duque (Col)             57 Wolfram Wiese (Ger)
48 Kevin Neirynck (Bel)             58 Tjarco Cuppens (Ned)
 
German National Team                Gerolsteiner
 
61 Carlo Westphal (Ger)             71 Robert Förster (Ger)
62 Christian Leben (Ger)            72 Uwe Hardter (Ger)
63 André Greipel (Ger)              73 Danilo Hondo (Ger)
64 Jochen Uhrig (Ger)               74 Torsten Schmidt (Ger)
65 Andreas Schillinger (Ger)        75 Ronny Scholz (Ger)
66 Konstantin Schubert (Ger)        76 Beat Zberg (Swi)
67 Elnathan Heizmann (Ger)          77 Peter Wrolich (Aut)
68 Thorsten Struch (Ger)            78 Thomas Ziegler (Ger)
 
Team Lamonta                        Lotto-Domo
 
81 Björn Glasner (Ger)              91 Kevin Van Impe (Bel)
82 Christophe Von Kleinsorgen (Ger) 92 Christophe Brandt (Bel)
83 Stefan Kupfernagel (Ger)         93 Leon Van Bon (Ned)
84 Björn Papstein (Ger)             94 Leif Hoste (Bel)
85 Stefan Schumacher (Ger)          95 Nick Gates (Aus)
86 Jonas Owczarek (Ger)             96 Gert Steegmans (Bel)
87 Peter Magyarosi (Ger)            97 Glenn D'Hollander (Bel)
88 Steffen Weigold (Ger)            98 Ief Verbrugghe (Bel)
 
Rabobank                            Team Wiesenhof
 
101 Grischa Niermann (Ger)          111 Daniel Meinke (Ger)
102 Robert Bartko (Ger)             112 Ralf Grabsch (Ger)
103 Mathew Hayman (Aus)             113 Lars Wackernagel (Ger)
104 Erik Dekker (Ned)               114 Falk Dworatzek (Ger)
105 Roy Sentjens (Ned)              115 Sebastian Siedler (Ger)
106 Marc Wauters (Bel)              116 Christian Knees (Ger)
107 Steven De Jongh (Ned)           117 Björn Schröder (Ger)
108 Thomas Dekker (Ned)             118 René Obst (Ger)
 
Winfix Arnolds Sicherheit
 
121 Linus Gerdemann (Ger)
122 Timo Scholz (Ger)
123 Benjamin Johnson (Aus)
124 Artur Gajek (Ger)
125 Jörn Reuss (Ger)
126 Thomas Liese (Ger)
127 Felix Odebrecht (Ger)
128 Thorsten Rund (Ger)

Past winners

2003 Daniele Nardello (Ita) Team Telekom  
2002 Ronny Scholz (Ger) Gerolsteiner
2001 Erik Dekker (Ned) Rabobank
2000 Marc Wauters (Bel) Rabobank
1999 Marc Wauters (Bel)
1998 Lance Armstrong (USA)
1997 Dainis Ozols (Lat)
1996 Olaf Ludwig (Ger)
1995 Jörn Reuss (Ger)
1994 Cèdric Vasseur (Fra)
1993 Bert Dietz (Ger)
1992 Gerd Audehm (Ger)
1991 Gerd Audehm (Ger)
1990 Kai Hundertmarck (Ger)

Past winners by Mario Stiehl, www.world-of-cycling.com