Milram rookie Christian Kux: "Its much more professional."

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15.01.2007/ Christian Kux is the first rider who managed the big step from Milram's continental team to the pro-Tour squad. Kux won the 2007 International German Championships (U23) and a stage of the Tour of Brandenburg. The 22 year old came in second at the 2007 Rund um den Sachsenring. An interview with Christian Kux.

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Christian Kux and Alessandro Petacchi during the Milram team presentation ( Cyclingheroes)

Cyclingheroes: Who is... Christian Kux?

Christian Kux: I am Christion Kux [laughs, editor]. In 2008 I signed with the Milram Pro-Tour team, in the last two years I raced with the Milram continental team which is a team for U23 riders.

Cyclingheroes: Is there a big difference between Milram continental and the Pro-Tour team?

Christian Kux: Yes, its a very big difference. Its much more professional, much bigger and there is a lot more media attention.

Cyclingheroes: What kind of programme did you race with the Milram continental team?

Chritian Kux: Mainly smaller races, a lot of german races, U23 races and a few Belgian classics.

Cyclingheroes: Do you already know your programme for the first months of 2008?

Christian Kux: My season will start in South-Africa, after that I will race the Tour of Algarve [Portugal] and then the Belgian classics.

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Christian Kux
Birthdate: May 3, 1985
Place of Birth: Chemnitz, Germany
Height: 1.83 mtr
Weight: 74 kg.
Turned pro: 2006
2006 - 2007:            Team Milram Continental
2008:    ?      Team Milram
Overall International German Championships U23
Stage 4 Tour of Brandenburg

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