1910 Paris–Roubaix

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1910 Paris–Roubaix
Paris-Roubaix 1910-départ.JPG
Race details
Dates 27 March
Stages 1
Distance 266 km (165.3 mi)
Winning time 9h 5' 12"
Results
  Winner  Octave Lapize (FRA)
  Second  Cyrille Van Houwaert (BEL)
  Third  Eugène Christophe (BEL)
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The 1910 Paris–Roubaix was the 15th edition of the Paris–Roubaix, a classic one-day cycle race in France. The single day event was held on 27 March 1910 and stretched 266 km (165 mi) from Paris to its end in a velodrome in Roubaix.[1] The winner of this race for professionals was Octave Lapize from France.[2]

In addition to the race for professionals, there were two related Paris–Roubaix events in 1910. On 15 May, the race was run for amateurs, as the first leg of the Paris–Brussels race. The winner of this stage was Louis Mottiat. Two weeks later, there was another Paris–Roubaix race, this time for independents. This was won by Marcel Baumier.[3]

Results[edit]

Final results (1–10)[2]
Rank Cyclist Time
1  Octave Lapize (FRA) 9h 5' 12″
2  Cyrille Van Houwaert (BEL) +0' 00″
3  Eugène Christophe (FRA) +0' 00″
4  Édouard Léonard (FRA) +0' 48″
5  Charles Crupelandt (FRA) +7' 33″
6  René Vandenberghe (BEL) +12' 48″
7  Léon Georget (FRA) +12' 49″
8  Jules Messelis (BEL) +15' 18″
9  Gustave Garrigou (FRA) +17' 48″
10  Joseph Van Daele (BEL) +17' 48″


References[edit]

  1. ^ "15th Paris – Roubaix, 1910". bikeraceinfo. Retrieved 4 March 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "1910 » 15th Paris – Roubaix". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 4 March 2015. 
  3. ^ "Tweemaal in ... 1910" [Two times in ... 1910]. Gazet van Antwerpen (in Dutch). Concentra. 17 June 1967. Retrieved 28 December 2017.