1921 UCI Road World Championships

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1921 UCI Road World Championships
Host city Copenhagen, Denmark
Date(s)  (1921-08-04)4 August 1921
Events 1
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The 1921 UCI Road World Championships took place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 4 August 1921. It was the first official World Championships organized by the UCI, the championships were only for amateur men. Four men per nation could participate.

Events summary[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's events
Men's amateur road race
details
Gunnar Sköld
 Sweden
6 h. 18 min. 17 sec. Willum Nielsen
 Denmark
+ 4 min. 53 sec. Charles Davey
 United Kingdom
+ 5 min. 28 sec.

Sweden won the nations classification (total time of the first four riders per nation) ahead of France and Italy.

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Sweden 1 0 0 1
2  Denmark 0 1 0 1
3  United Kingdom 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3

Results[edit]

The course was 190 km with the finish in Glostrup.[1]

Place Rider Country Time
1 Gunnar Skoeld  Sweden 6 h. 18 min. 17 sec.
2 Willum Nielsen  Denmark 6 h. 23 min. 10 sec.
3 Charles Davey  United Kingdom 6 h. 23 min. 45 sec.
4 Fernand Canteloube  France 6 h. 28 min. 9 sec. 4/5
5 Ragnar Malm  Sweden 6 h. 29 min. 24 sec.
6 Marcel Huot  France 6 h. 32 min. 0 sec.
7 Frederik Ahrensborg Clausen  Denmark 6 h. 36 min. 13 sec. 2/5
8 Algot Persson  Sweden 6 h. 39 min. 6 sec.
9 Marcel Gobillot  France 6 h. 39 min. 17 sec. 1/5
10 Henrik Morén  Sweden 6 h. 41 min. 15 sec.
11. Orla Larsen (DAN) +26'00"
12. Dave Marsh (G-B) +27'31"
13. Jack Rossiter (G-B) +29'12"
14. Henri George (BEL) +37'31"
15. Albert Cantou (FRA) +48'34"
16. Edmund Hansen (DAN) +56'40"
17. Arie Krijgsman (P-B) +1h17'04"

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