Judith ARNDT

Germany GER

Road Cycling

  • Olympic Medals
    2 S
    1 B
  • Games participations
    5
  • First Olympic Games
    Atlanta 1996
  • Year of Birth
    1976
Olympic Results

Biography

Judith ARNDT

One of the top women’s racers for over a decade, Judith Arndt reached her peak in 2004. That year, she won the UCI Women’s Road World Cup, and the world road racing title and finished second in the Olympic road race. In that latter competition, Arndt crossed the line showing her middle finger, to express her discontent with her life partner Petra Rossner unexpectedly being cut from the team – she was fined for the offensive display. Arndt had earlier claimed an Olympic bronze in 1996, in the individual pursuit on the track, and has won five World Championship medals in the time trial (three silvers, two bronze), as well as a bronze in the 2008 road race. Other wins include four victories in the Gracia Orlová and numerous German titles.

Olympic Results

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Olympic Results
Results Event Sport

London 2012

S
Individual Time Trial
Individual Time Trial Cycling Road
#37
Road Race, Individual
Road Race, Individual Cycling Road
#8
Team Pursuit, 3,000 metres
Team Pursuit, 3,000 metres Cycling Track
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Beijing 2008

#6
Individual Time Trial
Individual Time Trial Cycling Road
#41
Road Race, Individual
Road Race, Individual Cycling Road
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Results Event Sport

Athens 2004

#11
Individual Time Trial
Individual Time Trial Cycling Road
S
Road Race, Individual
Road Race, Individual Cycling Road
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Results Event Sport

Sydney 2000

#6
Individual Pursuit, 3,000 metres
Individual Pursuit, 3,000 metres Cycling Track
#7
Individual Time Trial
Individual Time Trial Cycling Road
#4
Points Race
Points Race Cycling Track
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Results Event Sport

Atlanta 1996

B
Individual Pursuit, 3,000 metres
Individual Pursuit, 3,000 metres Cycling Track
#13
Points Race
Points Race Cycling Track

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