Qui a gagné le Tour de France en 1967 ?

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Qui a gagné le Tour de France en 1967 ?

Qui a gagné le Tour de France en 1967 ?

Roger PingeonTour de France 1967 / GagnantRoger Pingeon, né le à Hauteville-Lompnes dans la région du Bugey et mort le à Beaupont, est un coureur cycliste français. Wikipédia

Qui a gagné le plus d'étapes sur un Tour de France ?

Les plus grands vainqueurs d'étapes
34Eddy Merckx
Mark Cavendish
28Bernard Hinault
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How many stages are in the 1966 Tour de France?

  • 1966 Tour de France. The 1966 Tour de France was the 53rd edition of the Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. It took place between 21 June and 14 July, with 22 stages covering a distance of 4,329 km (2,690 mi).

How many cyclists make up a Tour de France team?

  • As in the years before, the 1966 Tour de France was run with trade teams; each trade team consisted of 10 cyclists, and at least six of them needed to have the same nationality.

Why did Felice Gimondi not defend his Tour de France title?

  • Shortly after this, a medical test showed Felice Gimondi, winner of the 1965 Tour de France, could not defend his title because he was physically not fit; his Salvarani team then decided not to start at all, so the number of teams was back to thirteen.

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