Kim Jolin Eriksen

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Name: Kim
Family name: Jolin Eriksen
Nationality: Denmark
Gender:
Age: 54 years
Date of birth: 10-02-1964
Place of birth: Silkeborg (Midtjyllen), Denmark
Professional: 1984-1989


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1980    2º in National Championship, Cyclo-cross, Juniors, Denmark, Skive (Midtjyllen), Denmark 
1980    2º in National Championship, Track, Pursuit, Juniors, Denmark, Odense (Syddanmark), Denmark 
1980    2º in National Championship, Track, Team Pursuit, Juniors, Denmark, Odense (Syddanmark), Denmark 
1980    2º in National Championship, Track, Points race, Juniors, Denmark, Odense (Syddanmark), Denmark 


1981    1º in General Classification Drei Etappen Rundfahrt Frankfurt, Juniors, Germany 


1982    1º in General Classification Drei Etappen Rundfahrt Frankfurt, Juniors, Germany 
1982    3º in World Championship, Road, 75 km TTT Juniors, Italy 
1982    1º in Stage 1 Vöslauer Jugend Tour, Bank Austria Jugend Tour, (Dusika Jugend Tour, Juniors), Lambach (Oberösterreich), Austria 
1982    1º in General Classification Vöslauer Jugend Tour, Bank Austria Jugend Tour, (Dusika Jugend Tour, Juniors), Wien (Wien), Austria 


1983    1º in Trofeo Matteotti, (Pescara), Pescara (Abruzzi), Italy 
1983    1º in Stage 2 Giro delle Regioni, Perugia (Umbria), Italy 
1983    1º in Stage 3 Giro delle Regioni, Empoli (Toscana), Italy 
1983    5º in Stage 4 Giro delle Regioni, Modena (Emilia-Romagna), Italy 
1983    5º in Stage 5 part b Giro delle Regioni, Ferrara (Emilia-Romagna), Italy 
1983    10º in General Classification Giro delle Regioni, San Vito (Emilia-Romagna), Italy 
1983    2º in Points classification Giro delle Regioni, Italy 


1984    1º in Stage 3 Ronde van Zweden / Tour of Sweden, (Postgirot Open), Kristianstad (Skane Lan), Sweden 
1984    1º in Prologue Ronde van Zweden / Tour of Sweden, (Postgirot Open), , Sweden 
1984    1º in General Classification Berliner Etappenfahrt, (Berlin (m)), Berlin (Berlin), Germany 
1984    1º in Stage 5 Sealink International Grand Prix, Great Britain 
1984    1º in National Championship, Road, Amateurs, Denmark, Denmark 
1984    40º in Olympic Games, Road, Amateurs, United States of America 


1985    3º in Stage 4 Ronde van Zweden / Tour of Sweden, (Postgirot Open), , Sweden 
1985    1º in Stage 4 Tour de l'Avenir, Cransac (Midi-Pyrenees), France  + Eric Salomon  + Bruno Cornillet  + Jean-François Bernard  + Benno Wiss  + Niki Rüttimann  + Guido Winterberg 
1985    25º in Paris - Tours, Chaville (Ile-de-France), France 


1987    1º in New York City (e), New York City (New York), United States of America 
1987    2º in Omloop Hageland-Zuiderkempen, (Betekom), Betekom (Vlaams-Brabant), Belgium 


1988    3º in National Championship, Road, Profs, Denmark, Denmark 
1988    1º in Stage 6 Ronde van Denemarken, (Tour of Denmark), Frederiksberg (Sjelland), Denmark 


1989    2º in Stage 1 Kellogg's Tour of Britain, Glasgow (Glasgow City), Great Britain 
1989    1º in Perth, Six Days, Perth (Western Australia), Australia  + Michael Marcussen 
1989    1º in GP Eugeen Roggeman - Stekene Individueel, (Stekene), Stekene (Oost-Vlaanderen), Belgium 
1989    2º in Stage 2 Ronde van de Europese Gemeenschap, (Tour de la Communauté Europeènne), Charleville (Champagne-Ardenne), France 
1989    1º in Grand Prix de la Libération, (Eindhoven (b)), Eindhoven (Noord-Brabant), The Netherlands  + Jacques Hanegraaf  + Jean-Philippe Vandenbrande  + Johan Capiot  + Peter Pieters  + Martin Schalkers  + Jesper Skibby  + Eddy Schurer 

Photo: courtesy Philippe HUGUENIN
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Stats

Victories in the database: 18
Track – Six Days: 1
Classification – Road – General Classification: 4
Road – Criterium: 2
Road – Stage: 6
Road – National Championship: 1
Road – Team Time Trial: 2
Road – Prologue: 1
Road - Race: 1
Victories by team/year:
1984: 5 victories
1985: 1 victory
1986: 0 victories
1987: 1 victory
1988: 1 victory
1989: 3 victories
1990: 0 victories

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