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Number of posts : 10
Age : 33
Location : Dinant - Belgium
Registration date : 2008-10-15

PostSubject: Judith Arndt   Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:12 am

- Born on the 23th of July 1976
- Live in Leipzig
- She started on the track to come on the road
- She is not a sprinter but her speed on the last km is remarquable

Her old team :

2002 : Saturn
2003 - 2005 : Nürbergen
2006 - 2007 : T-mobil women
2008 : High road



Palmarès :

1995

1st overall and 1 stage win, Drei Tagen von Pattenson
2nd, German Time Trial Championship
2nd overall, Grazia Tour
3rd, GP Krasna Lipa

1996

1st, Individual pursuit, German National Track Championships
3rd (Bronze medal), Individual pursuit, Olympic Games
2nd, German National Road Race Championship
2nd, Tour du Finistere

1997

1st, Individual pursuit, UCI Track World Championships
3rd (Bronze medal), UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
1st, Individual pursuit, German National Track Championships
3rd, German National Road Race Championship

1998

World Time Trial Championships - 8th place
1st, Individual pursuit, German National Track Championships
1st, German National Time Trial Championships
2nd, German National Road Race Championships
1st overall and 1 stage win, GP Mutualite de Haute Garonne

1999

13th - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
6th, UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
2nd overall and 1 stage win, Holland Ladies' Tour (cat. 1)
1st, German National Time Trial Championships
1st, German National Road Race Championships
1st, Individual pursuit, German National Track Championships
1st, Tour de Bretagne

2000

9th, UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
4th, 25km Points race, Olympic Games
6th, 3km Individul pursuit, Olympic Games
7th, Individual time trial, Olympic Games
1st, Individual pursuit, German National Track Championships
10th overall, Women's Challenge (cat. 1)
10th overall, Gracia Tour (cat. 1)

2001

2nd - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
4th, UCI Road World Championships Road Race
5th, UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
1st, German National Time Trial Championships
1st, Rotterdam Tour (Ned) (World Cup)
1st overall and 2 stage wins, Gracia Cez-Ede (cat. 1)
2nd overall and 1 stage win, Women's Challenge (cat. 1)
2nd overall and 1 stage win, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Feminin (cat. 1)
2nd overall, Thüringen-Rundfahrt (cat. 1)
3rd overall, Grande Boucle Féminine (cat. 1)
5th overall and 1 stage win, Vuelta Internacional a Majorca (cat. 1)
1st overall and 1 stage win, GP Féminin de Bretagne (cat. 2)

2002 (team Saturn)

5th - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
9th - UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
1st, German Road Race Championships
5th, Montréal (World Cup)
1st overall and 2 stage wins, Women's Challenge (cat. 1)
1st overall and 1 stage win, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Feminin (cat. 1)
1st overall, Tour de Snowy (cat. 1)
1 stage win, Grande Boucle Féminin (cat. 1)
4th overall, Thüringen-Rundfahrt (cat. 1)
2nd overall and 1 stage win, Vuelta a Castilla y Leon (cat. 2)
1st overall, Solano Bicycle Classic
1st overall and 2 stage wins, Redlands Bicycle Classic

2003 - Equipe Nurnberger

3rd - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
8th, UCI Road World Championships Road Race
2nd (Silver medal), UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
2nd, GP de Plouay (World Cup)
3rd, Montreal (World Cup)
3rd, Sydney (World Cup)
1st overall, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Feminin (cat. 1)
3rd overall and 3 stage wins, Grande Boucle (cat. 1)
4th overall, Thuringen-Rundfahrt (cat. 1)
5th, Damesronde van Drenthe (cat. 1)
5th, Vuelta a Castilla-Leon (cat. 1)
1st overall and 1 stage win, GP Feminin du Canada (cat. 2)
2nd overall and 2 stage wins, Gracia Tour (cat. 2)

2004 - Equipe Nurnberger

1st - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
1st (Gold medal), UCI Road World Championships Road Race
2nd (Silver medal), UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
2nd (Silver medal), Olympic Games Road Race
2nd, La Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal (World Cup)
5th, La Flèche Wallonne Féminine (World Cup)
1st overall and 1 stage win, Le Tour du Grand Montreal (cat. 1)
2nd overall, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Feminin (cat. 1)
2nd overall, Thuringen-Rundfahrt (cat. 1)
5th overall, Giro della Toscana (cat. 1)

2005 - Equipe Nurnberger

3rd, UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
4th, UCI Road World Championships Time Trial
1st, Germany National Road Championships Time Trial
1st, GP of Wales (World Cup)
2nd, GP Feminas Castilla y Leon (World Cup)
3rd, La Flèche Wallonne Féminine (World Cup)
1st overall and 1 stage win, Vuelta a Castilla y Leon (cat. 1)
3rd overall, Giro del Trentino (cat. 1)
3rd overall, Thüringen Rundfahrt (cat. 1)
3rd overall, Damesronde van Drenthe (cat. 1)
1st overall and 2 stage wins, Gracia-Orlová (cat.2)
3rd overall, Geelong Tour (cat. 2)

2006 - T-Mobile Women

4th - UCI Road World Cup Points Championship
1st, La Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal (World Cup)
2nd, Geelong World Cup
2nd, La Flèche Wallonne Féminine (World Cup)
2nd, GP Feminas Castilla y Leon

2007 - T-Mobile Women

3rd, Tour de l'Aude Cycliste Feminin (1.1W)
1st overall and 2 stage wins, Gracia-Orlová (2.2W)
1st, Stage 3 ITT, Tour du Grand Montréal (2.1W)
1st, Stage 6 Giro d'Italia Femminile (2.1W)
3rd, de la flèche wallonne

2008 - Team High Road

1st, La Coupe du Monde Cycliste Féminine de Montréal (World Cup)
2nd, Du tour de l'aude
3rd, La flèche wallonne
3rd du championnat du monde sur route
3rd du championnat du monde CLM
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PostSubject: Re: Judith Arndt   Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:14 pm

Team Columbia-Highroad’s Judith Arndt broke her collarbone while training in Australia. Arndt was training on the roads around Melbourne, Australia on Monday when a car door opened in front of her. With no time to brake, Arndt crashed into the car breaking her collarbone. Due to the position of the fracture, she will not undergo surgery, but she will be off of the bike for six weeks.
Source : Bikeworldnews
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