Nicole Koller

Date of birth:2th May 1997
Height:170 cm
Weight:61 kg


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Nicole Koller is the youngest in her family of 5. When she was young, she tried out different sports, like swimming, gymnastics, ice skating and track & field. When her two older brothers discovered mountain biking, it didn’t take long and the whole family was hooked. Nicole was barely 7 years old when she stood at the starting line for the first time. “The first few years, I could only see my competition from behind and the family rides were more or less torture”. But she didn’t want to give up and hung in there. The better her performance got, the more joy and passion she felt.

When it was time to decide between gymnastics and mountain biking, her choice was clear and easy. Mountain biking and the friendships that came with it were much more important to Nicole.

Before she wanted to fully concentrate on her athletic career, Nicole finished her professional training. In addition to mountain biking, she also rode road and Cyclo Cross competitions during her U19 years.

“That was a very successful time and I got to celebrate a Junior World Champion title in cyclocross and runner-up European Champion title on the road.” After finishing her professional training and by entering into the Swiss elite sports military school, Nicole decided to fully focus on her athletic career. In her first U23 year, she already managed to score a World Cup podium spot. Nicole was able to improve year after year and delivered more and more solid performances and great results. “2019 was my last year as a U23 rider and I really wanted to finish on the podium again. Ending up in fourth place four times was a little disappointing for me”.

Her first season as an Elite rider was a special, Covid-19 related one consisting of only 4 major competitions. Nicole was able to improve race after race and finished in 9th place at the last competition, which was the European Championships.


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1st XCO 2# Internazionali d'Italia Series
2nd SA XCO Cup Series South Africa
2nd Western Cape XCO Cup South Africa
2nd XCM Tankwa Trek
2nd XCC Shimano Super Cup Spain
2nd XCO Swiss Bike Cup Gränichen
3rd XCO ÖKK Bike Revolution Tamaro Trophy
2nd XCO ÖKK Bike Revolution
11th XCO World Championships Glasgow
10th XCO World Cup Mont Saint Anne

5th Swiss National Championships XCO
5th Swiss National Championships XCC
1st team time trial mixed relay, UCI Road World Championships

2nd Fullgaz Race powered by GHOST MTB Bundesliga

3rd Attika Cup, GR, Marathonas
3rd Proffix Swiss Bike Cup, Basel

3rd Proffix Swiss Bike Cup Lugano

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