HENRIK DJERNIS

Henrik DjernisHenrik Djernis (born April 22, 1968 on the island of Sjælland [English: Zealand] in the village Svebølle near Kalundborg) is a Danish cyclist. He was the first man to win the World Mountain Bike Championship three times, 1992 in Canada, 1993 in France and 1994 in the United States. Djernis won the Danish Cyclocross National Championship ten times in a row from 1989 to 1998 and then won the title twice more in 2000 and 2001.
He has been nominated for induction into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame by Tom Ritchey.

1997/2001 (Elite)
World Championship 1997 XCO, Chateaux D'Oex
National Championship 1997/1998 XCO
National Championship 1997/1998/2000/2001 CYCLOCROSS
1991/1996 (Elite)
World Championship 1994 XCO, Vail
National Championship 1994 XCO
World Championship 1993 XCO, Metabief
National Championship 1993 XCO
World Championship 1992 XCO, Bromont
World Championship 1991 CYCLOCROSS
National Championship 91/92/93/94/95/96 CYCLOCROSS
1987/1990 (Under23)
World Championship 1988 CYCLOCROSS
National Championship 87/88/89/90 CYCLOCROSS
1983/1986 (Allievo/Juniores)
National Championship 83/84/85/86 CYCLOCROSS

HENRIK DJERNIS'S OLD PHOTOS




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