Jimmi Madsen

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Jimmi Madsen (born January 4, 1969) is a Danish former cyclist who raced professionally from 1993 to 2004. He rode for Denmark on the track in four Olympic Games: 1988, 1992, 1996 and 2000. He won the bronze medal in the Men's team pursuit in the 1992 Summer Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Jimmi Madsen has received more than 10,996 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Jimmi Madsen is the 553rd most popular cyclist, the 627th most popular biography from Denmark and the 23rd most popular Danish Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Jimmi Madsen ranks 553 out of 1,212Before him are Theo Bos, Andreas Klier, Miguel Ángel López, Rik Verbrugghe, Gorka Izagirre, and Tejay van Garderen. After him are José Rujano, Mauricio Soler, Lars Boom, Aleksandr Kirichenko, Martin Elmiger, and Steven de Jongh.

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Among people born in 1969, Jimmi Madsen ranks 672Before him are Tetsuo Nakanishi, Billy Gardell, Jacky Peeters, Byron Black, Erik Hoftun, and Michelle Clunie. After him are Yasushi Matsumoto, Artur Partyka, Amy Landecker, Andrea Noè, Rebecca Walker, and Arno van Zwam.

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In Denmark

Among people born in Denmark, Jimmi Madsen ranks 627 out of 783Before him are Lene Rantala (1968), Camilla Martin (1974), Niklas Landin Jacobsen (1988), Sara Forestier (1986), Jannik Vestergaard (1992), and Steven Lustü (1971). After him are Mikkel Kessler (1979), Brian Priske (1977), Marc Rieper (1968), Joachim B. Olsen (1977), Henrik Toft Hansen (1986), and Søren Colding (1972).

Among CYCLISTS In Denmark

Among cyclists born in Denmark, Jimmi Madsen ranks 23Before him are Lars Michaelsen (1969), Mads Pedersen (1995), Dan Frost (1961), Nicki Sørensen (1975), Michael Mørkøv (1985), and Lars Bak (1980). After him are Jakob Piil (1973), Matti Breschel (1984), Alex Rasmussen (1984), Kasper Asgreen (1995), Chris Anker Sørensen (1984), and Michael Valgren (1992).