Chris Horner

Chris Horner

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Chris Horner

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Christopher Horner (born October 23, 1971) is an American professional road bicycle racer for UCI ProTour team . A native and current resident of Bend, Oregon, by winning the points standings in the 2002, 2003 and 2004 USA Cycling National Racing Calendar.


PAA-NutraFig (1995-1996)

Horner turned pro in 1995 with the PAA-NutraFig team. He captured his first major victory in a stage win of the Tour DuPont in 1996.

Fran├žaise des Jeux (1997-1999)

He was then asked to ride in Europe with French team Fran├žaise des Jeux. From 1997 to 1999 he had three frustrating seasons with this team.

Mercury, Prime Alliance, Saturn, and Webcor (2000-2004)

In 2000 Horner returned to America to resume a record-setting domestic career, riding with Mercury in 2000, Prime Alliance in 2002, Saturn in 2003 and Webcor Builders in 2004. Horner has won almost every important race in the US racing calendar, with the notable exception of the USPRO Championships.

Saunier-Duval (2004-2005)

Horner decided to move to after his top-ten finish in the 2004 UCI World Road Cycling Championship because he wanted to give the Tour de France a try. After being injured in the beginning of 2005, Horner showed strong performance in the USPRO Championships and won his first major European victory by taking the sixth stage of the 2005 Tour de Suisse. He then earned his place on the 2005...
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