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Mathias Frank

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Swiss – Rouleur/Climber

Date and place of birth : December 9th, 1986 in Roggliswil (Switzerland) Height: 1m76 / Weight : 64kg Turned pro in 2008 In the AG2R LA MONDIALE Team since 2017

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Q&A

  • Your nickname: Mathu
  • Your favorite race : Liège-Bastogne-Liège
  • Your best memory on bike: my stage win on the Vuelta a España 2016 and my Top 10 overall in the Tour de France 2015
  • Your worst memory on bike:  my femur fracture and when I had to abandon on the Tour de France 2014
  • The club where you started cycling: VC Pfaffnau-Roggliswil
  • Your hobbies: sports in general, reading, travelling
  • Music you like:  Züri West, Jack Johnson
  • If you had to practise another job, which one? cycling commentator
  • Something that is dear to you: my family
  • Your qualities: team player and passionate
  • Your defaults: impatient

HIGHLIGHTS

2017 (AG2R LA MONDIALE)

  • 7th Boucles de l'Aulne
  • 7th overall, Tour de Suisse / 4th and 6th on stages

2016 (IAM Cycling)

  • Stage winner, Vuelta a España / 4th and 5th on stages
  • 3rd on a stage, Skoda-Tour de Luxembourg
  • 7th overall, Circuit de la Sarthe – Pays de la Loire
  • 8th overall, Tour de Romandie

2015 (IAM Cycling)

  • 3rd Swiss National Road Race Championship
  • 5th overall, Artic Race of Norway
  • 8th overall, Tour de France / 5th on a stage

2014 (IAM Cycling)

  • Stage winner, Critérium International / 2nd overall
  • Stage winner, Bayern Rundfahrt / 2nd overall
  • 2nd overall, Tour de Suisse
  • 4th overall, Tour de Romandie

2013 (BMC Racing Team)

  • Winner of two stages, Österreich Rundfahrt – Tour of Austria
  • Stage winner, USA Pro Challenge / 2nd overall
  • 2nd on a stage, Tour de Suisse / 5th overall
  • 3rd G.P. de Wallonie
  • 4th overall, Amgen Tour of California

2012 (BMC Racing Team)

  • Stage winner, Giro del Trentino (TTT) / 10th overall
  • 4th on a stage, Giro d’Italia
  • 6th on a stage, Tour de Suisse / 12th overall
  • 10th overall Tour of Utah

2011 (BMC Racing Team)

  • 3rd Swiss National ITT Championship
  • 4th on a stage, Vuelta a España
  • 6th overall, Tour de Suisse

2010 (BMC Racing Team)

  • 6th on a stage, Tour de Suisse

2009 (BMC Racing Team)

  • Winner overall G.P. Tell / 3rd and 4th on stages
  • 2nd Swiss National ITT Championship
  • 5th and 7th on stages, Tour de l’Ain
  • 6th overall, Tour of Ireland
  • 8th Tour de Wallonie

2008 (Gerolsteiner)

  • Winner G.P. Triberg-Schwarzwald
  • 9th overall, Tour de l’Ain