Michael Turtur

1958 - Today

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Michael Colin Turtur (born 2 July 1958 in Adelaide, South Australia) is a former track cyclist and Olympic gold medallist in the 4000m Team Pursuit at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, with team members Dean Woods, Kevin Nichols and Michael Grenda, coached by Charlie Walsh.Michael Turtur has competed in the Olympic Games and three Commonwealth Games, winning a total of five medals. At the 1982 Brisbane Commonwealth Games, he won two gold medals in the men’s 4000m teams and individual pursuits, and a bronze medal in the 10 mile scratch race. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Michael Turtur has received more than 16,772 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Michael Turtur is the 931st most popular cyclist, the 589th most popular biography from Australia and the 28th most popular Australian Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Michael Turtur ranks 931 out of 1,212Before her are Grégory Baugé, Patrice Halgand, Marco Marzano, Dominique Cornu, Sébastien Rosseler, and Stéphane Augé. After her are Simona Krupeckaitė, Niccolò Bonifazio, Manuel Belletti, Azizulhasni Awang, Mattia Cattaneo, and Tobias Ludvigsson.

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Among people born in 1958, Michael Turtur ranks 578Before her are Cyrille Regis, Fred Stoller, Stephenson King, Gary Peters, Christina Romer, and Pamela Geller. After her are Bob Joles, Kriss Akabusi, Shirley Strong, Steve Israel, Alan Grayson, and Kevin Schon.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Michael Turtur ranks 589 out of 790Before her are Courtney Barnett (1987), Alex de Minaur (1999), Feliks Zemdegs (1995), Jessica De Gouw (1988), Aaron Mooy (1990), and Stan Lazaridis (1972). After her are Rob Swire (1982), Vanessa Amorosi (1981), Nathan Jawai (1986), Pita Taufatofua (1983), Mitch Nichols (1989), and Will Clarke (1985).

Among CYCLISTS In Australia

Among cyclists born in Australia, Michael Turtur ranks 28Before her are Simon Clarke (1986), Graeme Brown (1979), Mark Renshaw (1982), Matthew Wilson (1977), Matthew Lloyd (1983), and Brett Lancaster (1979). After her are Will Clarke (1985), Luke Durbridge (1991), Cameron Meyer (1988), Nathan Haas (1989), Christopher Sutton (1984), and Shane Kelly (1972).