1924 UCI Road World Championships

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1924 UCI Road World Championships
Host city Versailles, France
Date(s)  (1924-08-02)2 August 1924
Nations participating 10
Events 1
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The 1924 UCI Road World Championships took place in Versailles, France on 2 August 1924.

France took home the gold medal in Men's amateur road race with André Leducq winning the race by 57 seconds over second place and Swiss rider Otto Lehner. France also won the nation's classification with their three riders that finished being the highest.

Events summary[edit | edit source]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's events
Men's amateur road race
details
André Leducq
Flag of France FRA
5h 30 min. 34 sec. Otto Lehner
Flag of Switzerland SUI
+ 57 sec. Armand Blanchonnet
Flag of France FRA
+ 3 min. 53 sec.

Medal table[edit | edit source]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Flag of France France 1 0 1 2
2 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland 0 1 0 1
Total 1 1 1 3

Results[edit | edit source]

The course was 180 km.

Place Rider Country Time
1 André Leducq  France 5h 30m 34s
2 Otto Lehner  Switzerland + 57s
3 Armand Blanchonnet  France + 03m 52s
4 Libero Ferrario  Italy + 07m 15s
5 Georges Wambst  France + 09m 22s
6 Georges Antenen  Switzerland + 11m 14s
7 Arturo Bresciani  Italy + 14m 30s
8 Alfons De Cat  Belgium + 19m 41s
9 Jean Van Den Bosch  Belgium + 20m 11s
10 Domenico Piemontesi  Italy + 28m 31s
11 Ernie Pilcher  Great Britain + 29m 10s
12 Erik Bohlin  Sweden + 29m 52s
13 Joris Van Dijk  Netherlands + 31m 11s
14 Andy Wilson  Great Britain + 31m 31s
15 Luigi Magnotti  Italy + 36m 22s
16 Gustav Lauppi  Switzerland +38m 20s
17 Johan Christian Johansen  Denmark +40m 10s
18 Bochsman  Poland +45m 33s
19 Henry-Peter Hansen  Denmark +45m 51s
20 Wout Heeren  Netherlands +46m 30s
21 Jan Maas  Netherlands +46m 52s
22 Frimodig  Sweden +48m 21s

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

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