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1947 Tour de France - Part 2

Credit: Miroir Sprint 26-Jun-1947 & 28-Jun-1947 editions

Stage 1 - Paris-Lille

Le Classement de l'Étape : Stage Result
1 FERDINAND KUBLER (Suisse) les 236 km en 6h51m55s; 2 Mahe (Ouest)) a deux long; 3 Piot (France) 6h53'19"; 4 Vooren 6h53'25"; 5 Klabinski 6h53'34" 6 Schotte 6h53'42"; 7 Ronconi 6h53'47"; 8 Brambilla 6h53'52"; 9 Robic; 10 Tacca; 11 Vietto; 12 Idee; 13 L Weileinman; 14 Danguillaume; 15 Pernac; 16 Jo Neri; 17 Bobet; 18 G Weileinman; 19 Bocquet; 20 Deprez; 21 Tassin; 22 Martin 6h55'56"; 23 Impanis 6h56'10", 24 Syen 6h56'41"; 25 Cogan 6h57'17"; 26 Teisseire 6h57'49"; 27 Van Schendel 6h57'59"; Camellini 6h68'02"; 29 Cosson 6h58'05"; 30 Fautrier 6h58’27"; 31 Goasmat 6h59'18"; 32 Latorre 6h59'36"; 33 Bizzi 6h59'41"; 34 Leveque 7h00’33”; 35 Thuayre 7h00’44”; 36 Bourlon 7h01'; 37 Remy 7h01'21"; 38 Falchleitner 7h01'59"; 39 Le Strat; 40 Goldsmitt; 41 Bertocchi; 42 Barret; 43 Mathieu; 44 Oreel 7h01'59"; 45 Kirchen 7h1'59"; 46 Cottur 7h1'59"; 47 Jansen 7h1'59"; 48 Gysselinck; 49 De Korver; 50 Diot 7h2'49"; 51 Lazarides 7h3'57"; 52 Gauthier (Bernard); 53 Pontet; 54 de Gribaldi; 55 Diedrich; 56 Depredhomme; 57 Gauthier (Louis); 58 Delille; 59 X; 60 Breuer 7h06'30"; 61 Sercu 7h06'56"; 62 Feruglio 7h07'11"; 63 Caput 7h07'27"; 64 De Muer; 65 Volpi; 66 Dessertine 7h07'48"; 67 Caffi; 68 Rousseau, 7h07'56"; 69 Massal 7h08'36"; 70 Audier, 7h08'49"; 71 Joly; 72 Tarchini, 7h09'04"; 73 Mollin, 7h09'20"; 74 Amberg, 7h09'51"; 75 Paul Neri, 7h11'34"; 76 Gnazzo, 7h12'59"; 77 Geminiani; 78 Giguet; 79 Muller; 80 Maye, 7h15'17"; 81 Huguet, 7h15'36"; 82 Macorig, 7h17'22"; 83 Bonnaventure, 7h17'22"; 84 Galliussi, 7 li 17'48"; 85 Rosello, 7h17'54"; 86 De Vresse, 7h17'57"; 87 Pierracci, 7h17'59"; 88 Lang, 7h18'2"; 89 Dorgebray, 7h18'26"; 90, Lucas, 7h18'35"; 91 Ackerman, 7h20,'23"; 92 Charpentier, 7h21'; 93 Guegan, 7h21’37"; 94 Muller, 7h22'56"; 95 Pawlisiak, 7h23'43"; 96 Callens, 7h26'12"

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Ferdi Kubler takes the stage and the first Yellow Jersey of the modern era

“The racers were literally carried by the popular enthusiasm all along the 230 kilometres of the first stage Paris-Lille”

Kubler1947-1

 

 

Stage 2 Lille-Bruxelles

Stage Result -1 Vietto 5h05’52”; 2 Impanis 5h07’33”; 3 Depredhomme

Vietto also takes over the race lead and below he crosses the finish line alone.

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Stage 3 Bruxelles-Luxembourg

Stage Result - 1 Ronconi 10h59’13”; 2 Cogan 11h04’47”; 3 Camellini

Vietto retains the race lead with Ronconi 2nd and Brambillia 3rd. The GC field is shown as down to 73 riders - even though only 69 were listed in the stage result.

TdF19470626-P06C2w The ex-champion of Italy, Ronconi, winner of Stage 3

 

 

 

 

 

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