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Lisa Brennauer

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Lisa Brennauer (born 8 June 1988) is a German former racing cyclist, who rode professionaly between 2009 and 2022, for six different teams. On the track, Brennauer won the gold medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics in the women's team pursuit with Mieke Kröger, Lisa Klein and Franziska Brauße, setting the new world record. She also won two gold medals at the 2021 UCI Track Cycling World Championships, and four gold medals over three different UEC European Track Championships. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Lisa Brennauer has received more than 52,575 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Lisa Brennauer is the 914th most popular cyclist, the 5,716th most popular biography from Germany and the 62nd most popular German Cyclist.

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  • 2.39

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Among cyclists, Lisa Brennauer ranks 914 out of 1,214Before her are Mattia Cattaneo, Karsten Kroon, David López, Brett Lancaster, Amber Neben, and Leire Olaberria. After her are Omar Fraile, Gorka Verdugo, Davide Cimolai, Tiesj Benoot, Marco Marcato, and Grégory Baugé.

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Among people born in 1988, Lisa Brennauer ranks 707Before her are Érika, Antonija Sandrić, Kendall Waston, Zhang Hong, Jessica De Gouw, and Junior Dutra. After her are Stephen Strasburg, Maruša Ferk, Laura Põldvere, Kim Ju-young, Emma Berglund, and Jeremy Bokila.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Lisa Brennauer ranks 5,716 out of 6,142Before her are Tim Pütz (1987), Daniel Theis (1992), Laura Ludwig (1986), Stephan Schröck (1986), Christian Süß (1985), and Niklas Stark (1995). After her are Dennis Seidenberg (1981), Dirk van der Ven (1970), Michael Rösch (1983), David Storl (1990), Mathias Schober (1976), and Sophia Flörsch (2000).

Among CYCLISTS In Germany

Among cyclists born in Germany, Lisa Brennauer ranks 62Before her are René Wolff (1978), Guido Fulst (1970), Paul Martens (1983), Simon Geschke (1986), Fabian Wegmann (1980), and Sebastian Lang (1979). After her are Emanuel Buchmann (1992), Robert Wagner (1983), Marcel Sieberg (1982), Patrik Sinkewitz (1980), Nils Politt (1994), and Phil Bauhaus (1994).

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