Nicholas Clark (cyclist)
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|Full name||Nicholas Clark|
|Born||23 May 1975|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Discipline||Road bicycle racing|
|Rider type||Rouleur domestique|
|ASC-Vila do Conde|
|Kio Ene- Tonazzi-DMT|
|Polygon Sweet Nice Team|
Nicholas Clark (born 23 May 1975) is an Australian retired professional racing cyclist, who competed professionally between 1993 and 2007. Born in Jakarta to an expat family Nick returned to Australia at the age of 5 and started cycling at the age of 12. His professional career began at the 1993 UCI Mens Road Junior World's Junior Men's road race held in Oslo Norway; he finished 3rd. Clark was called to the Belgium pro continental team Spenco. He was noticed as a strong all-rounder where he secured his first UCI ProTour contract to Chazal, which later became world tour team Petit Casino Ag2r, where he was placed in the call-up squad.
Clark was released from Casino after two seasons where he returned to pro continental teams. Clark stopped cycling for a period of time, before regaining elite category with Cycling Australia. Clark moved to the US and began coaching at TER an elite men and women's domestic team. Clark formally retired from competitive cycling in 2015 to become a full-time coach, but still informally competes for major events worldwide and continues to hold a professional category license at USA Cycling as well as a level 2 coach with power based credentials.
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