Juan José Haedo

Juan José Haedo

Haedo at the 2010 Four Days of Dunkirk.
Personal information
Full name Juan José Haedo
Nickname The Slowmotion Sprinter
Born (1981-01-26) 26 January 1981
Chascomús, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 72 kg (159 lb)
Team information
Current team Retired
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Rider type Sprinter
Professional team(s)
2003–2005 Colavita Olive Oil
2006 Toyota–United
2007–2012 Team CSC
2013–2014 Jamis–Hagens Berman[1]
Major wins

Vuelta a España

1 stage

Wachovia Series, Philadelphia (2007)
Rund um Köln (2007, 2010)
Tour of California

5 stages
Points classification (2007)


1 stage

Critérium du Dauphiné

1 stage

Juan José Haedo (born 26 January 1981) is an Argentine former professional road racing cyclist and track cyclist,[2] who rode professionally between 2003 and 2014. He is the brother of Lucas Sebastián Haedo.

Haedo started his career on the track before turning professional on the road in 2003 with Colavita-Bolla. After a year in the United Stages with the Toyota - United Pro Cycling Team he joined Team CSC in 2007. Haedo had a successful career with CSC picking up notable stage wins in the Tour of California, Critérium du Dauphiné, Tirreno Adriatico and Vuelta a España. He competed with the team until the end of 2012, when he joined Jamis–Hagens Berman. After retiring he stayed with the team as an assistant director.[3]

Major achievements

Road racing

1st, Colavita Bolla Cup Florida
1st, Highland Park, Criterium
1st, Harlem, Criterium
1st, Walterboro, Criterium
2nd, Captech Classic Richmond
3rd, McLane Pacific Cycling Classic
1st, American Airlines Pro-Am Challenge
1st, Rochester, Criterium
1st, Stage 2, McLane Pacific Cycling Classic
1st, Stage 1, Central Valley Kearney Park Circuit Race
Redlands Classic
1st, Stages 2 & 3
1st, Stage 2, Fitchburg Longsjo Classic
1st, Stage 6, International Cycling Classic
1st, Stage 4, International Tour de 'Toona
1st, Overall, Bank of America Invitational Criterium
3rd, American Airlines Pro-Am Challenge
1st, Doble Difunta Corréa
1st, Brea, Criterium
Tour of California
1st, Stages 1 & 4
1st, Stage 3, San Dimas Stage Race
1st, Stage 3, Redlands Classic
1st, Stage 6, Tour de Georgia
1st, Spartanburg, Criterium
1st, Sunny King Criterium[4]
1st, Tour of Somerville
2nd, Wachovia Series Lancaster Classic
1st, Stage 5, Cascade Cycling Classic
1st, Stage 4, International Tour de 'Toona
1st, Manhattan Beach GP
Tour of California
1st, Points classification
1st, Stages 2 & 6
1st, Rund um Köln
Tour de Georgia
1st, Sprints classification
1st, Stage 7
1st, Colliers Classic (GP Aarhus)
1st, Philadelphia International Championship
1st, Stage 2, Deutschland Tour
1st, Clásica de Almería
Tour de San Luis
1st, Stages 1 & 5
1st, Stage 1, Tour of California
1st, Stage 3, Vuelta a Murcia
1st, Stage 2, Tour de Luxembourg
1st, Stage 6, Danmark Rundt
1st, Stage 2, Tour de Georgia
6th, Münsterland Giro
1st, GP Cholet
1st, Stage 7 Tour de San Luis
1st, Stage 2, Tour de Wallonie
1st, Stage 4, Tour of Missouri
2nd, Paris–Bourges
4th, Overall, Circuit Franco-Belge
1st, Stage 4
1st, Mumbai Cyclothon
1st, Rund um Köln
1st, Stage 7, Volta a Catalunya
1st, Stage 2, Critérium du Dauphiné
1st, Stage 3, Tirreno–Adriatico
1st, Stage 2, Ster ZLM Toer
1st, Stage 16, Vuelta a España
1st, Grand Prix de Denain
1st Crystal Cup
1st, Stage 3, Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay


  •  Argentina Junior National Champion (1998/1999)
  •  Argentina Senior National Champion (2000/2001)
  • 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Olympic Sprint, Pan American Games, Canada (1999)
  • 1st, gold medalist(s) Olympic Sprint, Pan American Jr. Championships, Argentina (1999)
  • 1st, gold medalist(s) Sprint, Pan American Jr. Championships, Argentina (1999)
  • 1st, gold medalist(s) 1 km, Pan American Jr. Championships, Argentina (1999)
  • 1st, gold medalist(s) Keirin, Pan American Sr. Championships, Colombia (2000)


  1. "JJ Haedo heads back to USA with Jamis-Hagens Berman". Cycling News. Future Publishing Limited. 13 December 2012. Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  2. Malach, Pat (15 August 2014). "JJ Haedo to retire at the end of 2014". Cyclingnews.com. Immediate Media Company. Retrieved 1 March 2015.
  3. Raia, James (21 August 2015). "JJ Haedo back at the races, behind the wheel". VeloNews. Retrieved 23 August 2015.
  4. Sunny King Criterium
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