1920 Paris–Roubaix

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1920 Paris–Roubaix
Race details
Dates 4 April
Stages 1
Distance 280 km (174.0 mi)
Winning time 10h 47' 20"
Results
  Winner  Paul Deman (BEL)
  Second  Eugène Christophe (FRA)
  Third  Lucien Buysse (BEL)
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The 1920 Paris–Roubaix was the 21st edition of the Paris–Roubaix, a classic one-day cycle race in France. The single day event was held on 4 April 1920 and stretched 280 km (174 mi) from Paris to its end in a velodrome in Roubaix.[1] The winner was the Belgian Paul Deman.[2]

Results[edit]

Final results (1–10)[2]
Rank Cyclist Time
1  Paul Deman (BEL) 10h 47' 20″
2  Eugène Christophe (FRA) +0' 43″
3  Lucien Buysse (BEL) +0' 43″
4  Honoré Barthélémy (FRA) +1' 00″
5  Jules Van Hevel (BEL) +6' 23″
6  Henri Pélissier (FRA) +7' 26″
7  Robert Gerbaud (FRA) +7' 26″
8  Giuseppe Azzini (ITA) +15' 40″
9  Félix Goethals (FRA) +16' 40″
10  Marcel Buysse (BEL) +27' 42″

References[edit]

  1. ^ "21st Paris – Roubaix, 1920". bikeraceinfo. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "1920  » 21st Paris – Roubaix". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 9 March 2015.