1965 UCI Road World Championships – Men's road race

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Men's Individual Road Race
1965 UCI Road World Championships
Rainbow jersey
Race details
Dates 5 September 1965
Stages 1
Distance 267.4 km (166.2 mi)
Winning time 6h 39' 19"[1]
Medalists
   Gold  Tom Simpson (GBR) (Great Britain)
   Silver  Rudi Altig (GER) (Germany)
   Bronze  Roger Swerts (BEL) (Belgium)
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The Men's Individual Road Race of the 1965 UCI Road World Championships cycling event took place on 5 September in San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain.

The race was won by Great Britain's Tom Simpson, outsprinting Germany's Rudi Altig after the two had broken away with 40 km (24.9 mi) to go.[2]

Final classification[edit]

Source:[3]

Rank Rider Country Time
1 Tom Simpson  Great Britain 6h 39' 19"
1 Rudi Altig  Germany s.t.
1 Roger Swerts  Belgium + 3'40"
4 Peter Post  Netherlands s.t.
5 Karl-Heinz Kunde  Germany s.t.
6 René Binggeli   Switzerland + 3' 50"
7 Arie Den Hartog  Netherlands s.t.
8 Franco Balmamion  Italy s.t.
9 Francisco Gabica  Spain s.t.
10 Jean Stablinski  France + 4' 58"
11 Antonio Gómez del Moral  Spain + 6' 06"
12 Bruno Mealli  Italy s.t.
13 Sebastian Elorza Uria  Spain + 7' 44"
14 Edward Sels  Belgium + 9'06"
15 Valentin Uriona Laucirica  Spain s.t.
16 Italo Zilioli  Italy s.t.
17 Fernando Manzaneque  Spain s.t.
18 Bernard Vandekerkhove  Belgium s.t.
19 Barry Hoban  Great Britain + 9' 55"
20 Walter Godefroot  Belgium + 12' 56"
21 Hans Junkermann  Germany s.t.
22 Joseph Groussard  France s.t.
23 Willi Altig  Germany s.t.
24 Winfried Bölke  Germany s.t.
25 Joseph Huysmans  Belgium s.t.
26 Franco Cribiori  Italy s.t.
27 Michele Dancelli  Italy s.t.
28 Rolf Maurer   Switzerland s.t.
29 Eddy Merckx  Belgium s.t.
30 João Henrique Roque Dos Santos  Portugal s.t.
31 André Foucher  France s.t.
32 Eddy Schutz  Luxembourg s.t.
33 Gines Garcia Peran  Spain s.t.
34 Adriano Passuello  Italy s.t.
35 Alan Ramsbottom  Great Britain s.t.
36 Gilbert Bellone  France s.t.
37 André Zimmermann  France s.t.
38 Werner Weber   Switzerland s.t.
39 Cornelius Haast  Netherlands s.t.
40 Gianni Motta  Italy s.t.
41 Guido De Rosso  Italy s.t.
42 Robert Hagmann   Switzerland s.t.
43 Jan Janssen  Netherlands s.t.
44 Jo de Roo  Netherlands s.t.
45 Gerben Karstens  Netherlands s.t.
46 Cornelis Lute  Netherlands s.t.
47 Leonel Miranda  Portugal + 15' 33"
48 Luis Otaño  Spain s.t.
49 Mario Pereira Da Silva  Portugal + 16' 00"
50 Dieter Wiedemann  Germany s.t.
51 Keith Butler  Great Britain s.t.
52 Peter Glemser  Germany s.t.
53 Vin Denson  Great Britain s.t.
54 Bill Lawrie  Australia s.t.
55 Jos van der Vleuten  Netherlands + 28' 00"
56 Joào Alves Peixoto  Portugal s.t.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Championship, Road, Profs 1965". Cycling Archives. de Wielersite. Retrieved 23 April 2013.
  2. ^ "Tom Simpson: Britain's first pro road champion". Cycling Weekly. London: IPC Media. 30 September 2010. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
  3. ^ "World Championships 1965: results Men". The-Sports.org. Québec, Canada: Info Média Conseil. Retrieved 2 July 2013.