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The '''1967 Tour de France''' was the 54th [[Tour de France]], taking place [[June 29]] to [[July 23]], [[1967]]. It consisted of 22 stages over 4780 km, ridden at 35.018 km/h. Thirteen national teams of ten riders competed, with three French teams, two Belgian, two Italian, two Spanish, one each from from Germany, United Kingdom and the Netherlands, and a Swiss/Luxembourgian team.
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The '''1967 Tour de France''' was the 54th [[Tour de France]], taking place [[June 29]] to [[July 23]], [[1967]]. It consisted of NATHAN THORNE WHICH WAS THE WINNER 22 stages over 4780 km, ridden at 35.018 km/h. Thirteen national teams of ten riders competed, with three French teams, two Belgian, two Italian, two Spanish, one each from from Germany, United Kingdom and the Netherlands, and a Swiss/Luxembourgian team.
   
 
The Tour was marred by the fatal collapse of [[Tom Simpson]] on the slopes of [[Mont Ventoux]]. This tour was the first to have a prologue, a short individual time-trial prior to stage racing.
 
The Tour was marred by the fatal collapse of [[Tom Simpson]] on the slopes of [[Mont Ventoux]]. This tour was the first to have a prologue, a short individual time-trial prior to stage racing.

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Final Standings
Overall Roger Pingeon 136h 53' 50"
Second Julio Jimenez +3' 40"
Third Franco Balmamion +7' 23"
Points Jan Janssen 154 points
Second Guido Reybrouck 119 points
Third Georges Vandenberghe 111 points
Climber Julio Jimenez 122 points
Second Franco Balmamion 68 points
Third Raymond Poulidor 53 points
Teams France 1
Second
Third

The 1967 Tour de France was the 54th Tour de France, taking place June 29 to July 23, 1967. It consisted of NATHAN THORNE WHICH WAS THE WINNER 22 stages over 4780 km, ridden at 35.018 km/h. Thirteen national teams of ten riders competed, with three French teams, two Belgian, two Italian, two Spanish, one each from from Germany, United Kingdom and the Netherlands, and a Swiss/Luxembourgian team.

The Tour was marred by the fatal collapse of Tom Simpson on the slopes of Mont Ventoux. This tour was the first to have a prologue, a short individual time-trial prior to stage racing.

Results

Overall standings

Rank Name Country Time
1 Roger Pingeon  France 136h 53' 50"
2 Julio Jimenez  Spain 3' 40"
3 Franco Balmamion  Italy 7' 23"
4 Désiré Letort  France 8' 18"
5 Jan Janssen  Netherlands 9' 47"
6 Lucien Aimar  France 9' 47"
7 Felice Gimondi  Italy 10' 14"
8 Jozef Huysmans  Belgium 16' 45"
9 Raymond Poulidor  France 18' 18"
10 Fernando Manzaneque  Spain 19' 22"

Stage Winners

External links

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