Patrik Sinkewitz

Patrik Sinkewitz

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Patrik Sinkewitz (born 20 October 1980 in Fulda) is a professional German road racing cyclist for . He is a climbing specialist who can ride well over a stage race, as in winning the 2004 nine-stage Deutschland Tour. He has also ridden well in one-day races such as Liège–Bastogne–Liège, which he finished in the top 10 in 2006. He did not perform well in his first major tour, finishing 59th in the 2005 Tour de France. The following year he finished 23rd and had good stage results.

He started his amateur career with Mapei-Quick Step and turned professional in 2003 with . Following 2005 he moved to where he had a good early season. He came fourth in the Vuelta al País Vasco and twice finished stages in the first five. Then he finished fifth in the Amstel Gold Race, fifth in the Flèche Wallonne and fourth in Liège–Bastogne–Liège.

Sinkewitz did not start stage nine of the 2007 Tour de France after colliding with a spectator the previous day. On 18 July 2007, his blood tested positive for testosterone and he was suspended by his team. On 31 July 2007, Sinkewitz was fired by T-Mobile after he declined to have his "B" or second blood sample tested.

Sinkewitz was banned for one year, until 17 July...
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