Albert Sercu

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Albert Sercu
Medal record
Representing  Belgium
Road bicycle racing
World Championships
Silver medal – second place 1947 Reims Elite Men's Road Race

Albert Sercu (26 January 1918, Bornem – 24 August 1978, Roeselare) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer. He is most known for his silver medal in the Elite race of the 1947 Road World Championships. He rode in the 1947 Tour de France.[1] He is the father of Patrick Sercu.

Major results[edit]

1st, Tour of Flanders (amateur version)
2nd, National Road Race Championship
1943 - Dilecta
2nd, Tour of Flanders
5th, Paris–Roubaix
1944 - Dilecta
1945 - Dilecta
1st, Bruges-Ghent-Bruges
1st, Brussels-Everbeek
1st, Omloop der Vlaamse Bergen
2nd, Tour of Flanders
7th, Flèche Wallonne
9th, Paris–Tours
1946 - Dilecta, JB Louvet, Dossche Cycles
1st, Brussels-Izegem
4th, Tour of Belgium
Winner Stages 4 & 6
4th, Tour of Flanders
1947 - Bertin, Arbos-Talbot
1st, Omloop "Het Volk"
1st, Brussels-Izegem
1st, Dwars door Vlaanderen
1st, Nokere Koerse
2nd, silver medalist(s) World Road Race Championship
2nd, Scheldeprijs
3rd, Paris–Tours
4th, Tour of Belgium
Winner Stages 1 & 3
9th, Milan–San Remo
1948 - Bertin-Wolber
1st, Omloop der Vlaamse Gewesten
2nd, Paris–Brussels
1949 - Bertin
1950 - Bertin
1st, Stages 3 & 10, Tour du Maroc
1951 - Bertin


  1. ^ "34ème Tour de France 1947" (in French). Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 1 March 2012. Retrieved 22 February 2015.