Bekim Christensen

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Bekim Christensen
Personal information
Full nameBekim Christensen
Born (1973-09-17) 17 September 1973 (age 45)
Roskilde, Denmark
Team information
Current teamRetired
Professional team(s)
1999Team EC-Bayer
2000-2003Team Coast
2003-2004Team CSC

Bekim Christensen (born 17 September 1973) is a Danish retired professional road bicycle racer. He was regarded as a loyal and hardworking domestique, only winning one minor race himself before his retirement in 2004.

Starting his career in 1999 on Team EC-Bayer, Christensen would win his sole victory that year, he switched to Team Coast in 2000 where he rode with the big names of two-time Vuelta a España winner Alex Zülle and Tour de France stage winner Fernando Escartín. When the team turned into Team Bianchi in 2003, to solely focus on former Tour de France winner Jan Ullrich's 2003 Tour de France campaign, Christensen didn't follow the bulk of the Team Coast riders to Team Bianchi. Instead, he went on to ride for Team CSC where Christensen rode in support of team captain Tyler Hamilton in the 2003 Tour de France. Christensen ended his career at the end of the 2004 season.

Major results[edit]

Silver, Nordic Junior Championship
Stagewin and King of the Mountains, Tour of Rhodes
2nd on stage 1 and 4th overall, Tour de Cologne
120th overall, 2003 Tour de France
136th overall, Vuelta a España

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