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Erik Fetter

Age 20
Height (cm) 190
Weight (kg) 70

Biography

The Kometa Cycling Team rider has also been forged in the mountain biking universe, where he has managed to become the national youth champion in 2018. That same year he won the Short Track Cross Country (XCC) of the Youth Olympic Games held in Buenos Aires (Argentina). During 2019 he focused for the first time on the route, taking part in the Tour of the Future with his team. In that edition of the gala round Fetter finished in the 53rd position. In both the Tour of Hungary and the Romanian Sibiu Tour he finished 17th overall. After his first training experience at Oliva Nova Beach & Golf Resort with his Federation and Kometa, Fetter ended up becoming a new rider for the 2020 season. In spite of such an atypical season, the Magyar cyclist has left behind evidence of his quality and his future, especially in a Tour de l’Ain where he surprised on the first stage. Weeks later, with the Giro U23 on the horizon, he was run over near Esztergom, forcing him to end the season. “My biggest surprise has been to see me running among the great riders of the World Tour. Only a few years ago this was absolutely inconceivable to me. Now I’m here and I realise that all cyclists are human and achieving a level like yours is not unattainable,” Fetter said during the confinement.

Results (procyclingstats)

  • 2020
    • 5th / Stage 1 Tour de l´Ain
  • 2019
    • 11º / Hungarian Championship ITT
    • 13º / Stage 2 Tour of Hongrie
    • 17º / Prologue CRI Tour of Hongrie
    • 17º / Overall Tour of Hongrie
    • 17º / Hungarian Championship route
    • 17º / Stage 3 Sibiu Tour
    • 17º / Overall Sibiu Tour
    • 17º / Stage 1 Tour de l'Avenir
    • 18º / Stage 9 Tour de l'Avenir

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