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Geoff_Cooke_(cyclist)

Geoff Cooke (cyclist)

Geoff Cooke (born 26 July 1944, Crumpsall, Manchester), is former national cycling coach, a post he held for 10 years, he is currently the Team GB Olympic Sprint Coach. Winner of Commonwealth Championship in 1982, Cooke is a 18 times World Masters Champion and 31 times national champion. He competed in the Sprint and Tandem Sprint events at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich.

In 2006, Cooke took part in reality TV show, The Games, as a cycling coach to the participating celebrities.

Cooke is also involved in coaching cycling for DARE UK.

Palmarès

1963
1st Sprint, British National Track Championships1968
1st Tandem Sprint, British National Tandem Sprint Championships, Amateur, with Ian Alsop1974
1st Tandem Sprint, Commonwealth Games1996
1st 500m TT, World Masters Track Championships
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships2001
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category2002
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category2003
1st Scratch Race, British National Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category
1st Sprint, British National Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category
1st Track TT, British National Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category
2nd Sprint, World Masters Track Championships, 55-59 Category2004
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships, 60-64 Category2005
1st 10km points, World Masters Track Championships
1st Track TT, World Masters Track Championships
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships2006
1st Track TT, World Masters Track Championships
1st Sprint, World Masters Track Championships

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