Date of birth 17/12/1980
- 2011 - Team NetApp
- 2010 - Continental Team Differdange
- 2009 - Continental Team Differdange
- 2008 - TEAM MAPEI HEIZOMAT
- 2008 - Team Mapei Heizomath
- 2007 - Team Wiesenhof Felt
- 2006 - Team Wiesenhof Akud
- 2005 - ComNet - Senges
- 2005 - TEAM COMNET - SENGES
- 2004 - Team ComNet - Senges
- 2003 - Team Vermarc Sportswear
- 2003 - Vermarc Sportswear
Hans wins Cadolzburg
By Monika Prell last updated
The race around the Cadolzburg in Germany is a mini-Flanders, with short sections of cobbles, a...
Berlin winner will not defend title
By Jean-François Quénet last updated
Last year's winner of the Tour de Berlin , Michael Franzl, will not defend his title in 2008. The...
Third consecutive victory for Mapei-Heizomat
By Antonio J. Salmerón last updated
Team Mapei-Heizomat got the third consecutive victory in Landshut, where Robert Retschke, who was...
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