Leo Duyndam

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Leo Duyndam
Leo Duyndam.jpg
Personal information
Full name Leo Duyndam
Born (1948-01-02)January 2, 1948
Poeldijk, the Netherlands
Died July 26, 1990(1990-07-26) (aged 42)
Nice, France
Team information
Discipline Road/Track
Role Rider
Major wins
1 stage 1972 Tour de France
Infobox last updated on
July 15, 2008

Leo Duyndam (Poeldijk, 2 January 1948 — Nice, France, 26 July 1990) was a Dutch professional road bicycle racer.

Palmarès[edit]

1967
Omloop der Kempen
1968
 Netherlands National Track Pursuit Championship
Ronde van Limburg
Six Days of Ghent (with Peter Post)
1969
Bladel
Elfstedenronde
Goirle
Honselersdijk
Ede
1970
 Netherlands National Track Pursuit Championship
Schinnen
Lutlommel
Berner Rundfahrt
Rotterdam Coolsingel
1971
Six Days of Antwerpen (with René Pijnen and Peter Post)
Arendonk
Polderpijl
Ulvenhout
Roden
Papendrecht
Arnhem
1972
Grave
Maaslandse Pijl
Neeroeteren
Polder-Kempen
Six Days of Rotterdam (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Antwerpen (with René Pijnen and Theo Verschueren)
Six Days of Berlin (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Frankfurt (with Jürgen Tschan)
Tour de France:
Winner stage 6
1973
Berlare
European Track Madison Championship (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Rotterdam (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Antwerpen (with Gerard Koel and René Pijnen)
Zomergem
Six Days of London (with Gerben Karstens)
Six Days of München (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Zürich (with Piet de Wit)
1974
 Netherlands National Track Omnium Championship
Profronde van Pijnacker
Rummen
Six Days of Bremen (with René Pijnen)
Six Days of Rotterdam (with René Pijnen)
Knokke
Koksijde
Six Days of Herning (with Ole Ritter)
1975
Six Days of Rotterdam (with Gerben Karstens)
Six Days of Herning (with Ole Ritter)

External links[edit]