Trixi Worrack

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Beatrix "Trixi" Worrack (born 28 September 1981 in Cottbus) is a German professional road racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Women's WorldTeam Trek–Segafredo.The 2003 German national road race champion, Worrack's career highlights include winning the 2005 Primavera Rosa (the women's Milan–San Remo), capturing the overall title at the 2004 Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Féminin and competing in the women's road race and time trial at the 2004 Summer Olympics and in the road race and the Women's time trial at the 2012 Summer Olympics. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Trixi Worrack has received more than 23,048 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Trixi Worrack is the 911th most popular cyclist, the 5,029th most popular biography from Germany and the 65th most popular German Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Trixi Worrack ranks 911 out of 1,212Before her are Emanuele Sella, Petr Vakoč, Fausto Masnada, František Raboň, Fumiyuki Beppu, and Alan Pérez. After her are Miguel Ángel Rubiano, Koldo Fernández, Steve Morabito, Danilo Wyss, Vegard Stake Laengen, and Benoît Salmon.

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Among people born in 1981, Trixi Worrack ranks 878Before her are David Gilbert, Borja Fernández, Yaniv Katan, Christofer Heimeroth, Monica Iozzi, and Jay Williams. After her are Artur Kotenko, Dennis Seidenberg, Takaya Kurokawa, Koldo Fernández, Ross Thomas, and Emmanuel Pappoe.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Trixi Worrack ranks 5,029 out of 5,289Before her are Sercan Sararer (1989), Christina Schwanitz (1985), Christofer Heimeroth (1981), Kevin Kuske (1979), Sara Däbritz (1995), and Katrin Wagner-Augustin (1977). After her are Dennis Seidenberg (1981), Marc Stendera (1995), Julia Schruff (1982), Raphael Wolf (1988), Fabian Giefer (1990), and Maximilian Reinelt (1988).

Among CYCLISTS In Germany

Among cyclists born in Germany, Trixi Worrack ranks 65Before her are Stefan Nimke (1978), Nils Politt (1994), Nikias Arndt (1991), Markus Fothen (1981), Roger Kluge (1986), and Robert Wagner (1983). After her are René Wolff (1978), Phil Bauhaus (1994), Max Walscheid (1993), Maximilian Levy (1987), Miriam Welte (1986), and René Enders (1987).