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1947 Tour de France, Stage 12 to Stage 21

Map of France with the route of the 1947 Tour de France
Route of the 1947 Tour de France

The 1947 Tour de France was the 34th edition of Tour de France, one of cycling's Grand Tours. The Tour began in Paris with a flat stage on 25 June, and Stage 12 occurred on 8 July with a flat stage from Marseille. The race finished in Paris on 20 July.

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Stage 12Edit

8 July 1947 — Marseille to Montpellier, 165 km (103 mi)[1]

Stage 12 result[2]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Henri Massal (FRA) France 4h 57' 40"
2   Bim Diederich (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
3   Édouard Muller (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
4   Alexandre Pawlisiak (FRA) France - North-East s.t.
5   Vincenzo Rossello (ITA) Italy s.t.
6   Roger Gyselinck (BEL) Belgium s.t.
7   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
8   Albert Bourlon (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
9   Raymond Lucas (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
10   René Oreel (BEL) Belgium + 6"
General classification after stage 12[2]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 86h 58' 42"
2   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 2' 11"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 3' 04"
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 25"
5   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 16"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 23' 21"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 48' 22"
8   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 53' 31"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 05' 00"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 07' 18"

Stage 13Edit

10 July 1947 — Montpellier to Carcassonne, 172 km (107 mi)[1]

Stage 13 result[3]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France 5h 18' 35"
2   Norbert Callens (BEL) Belgium s.t.
3   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium s.t.
4   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium s.t.
5   Florent Mathieu (BEL) Belgium + 15"
6   Roger Lévêque (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
7   Henri Massal (FRA) France + 1' 07"
8   Pietro Tarchini (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 3' 21"
9   Antoine Latorre (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
10   Raymond Lucas (FRA) France - Île de France + 11' 11"
General classification after stage 13[3]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 92h 30' 00"
2   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 2' 11"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 3' 04"
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 25"
5   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 16"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 23' 21"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 35' 39"
8   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 05' 00"
9   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 06' 15"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 07' 18"

Stage 14Edit

11 July 1947 — Carcassonne to Luchon, 253 km (157 mi)[1]

Stage 14 result[4]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Albert Bourlon (FRA) France - Centre/South-West 8h 10' 11"
2   Norbert Callens (BEL) Belgium + 16' 20"
3   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 16' 31"
4   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 18' 52"
5   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 18' 54"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 22' 32"
7   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France s.t.
8   Paul Giguet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
9   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
10   Marius Bonnet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
General classification after stage 14[4]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 101h 02' 43"
2   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 2' 11"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 3' 04"
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 25"
5   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 16"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 23' 21"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 35' 39"
8   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 01' 17"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 01' 22"
10   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 06' 15"

Stage 15Edit

13 July 1947 — Luchon to Pau, 195 km (121 mi)[1]

Stage 15 result[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West 6h 46' 11"
2   René Vietto (FRA) France + 10' 43"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy s.t.
4   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
5   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy s.t.
6   Jean Goldschmit (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
7   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 10' 54"
8   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 18' 41"
9   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France + 22' 09"
10   Primo Volpi (ITA) Italy + 22' 17"
General classification after stage 15[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 107h 59' 07"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 34"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 55"
4   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 46"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 8' 08"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 14' 46"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 43' 57"
8   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 06' 56"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 15' 28"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 18' 59"

Stage 16Edit

14 July 1947 — Pau to Bordeaux, 195 km (121 mi)[1]

Stage 16 result[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy 5h 41' 39"
2   Maurice Mollin (BEL) Belgium s.t.
3   Alexandre Pawlisiak (FRA) France - North-East s.t.
4   Antoine Latorre (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
5   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West s.t.
6   Raoul Rémy (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
7   Victor Joly (BEL) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
8   Florent Mathieu (BEL) Belgium s.t.
9   Pietro Tarchini (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
10   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East + 30"
General classification after stage 16[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 113h 44' 13"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 34"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 55"
4   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 46"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 8' 08"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 14' 46"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 43' 57"
8   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 03' 59"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 12' 01"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 18' 59"

Stage 17Edit

15 July 1947 — Bordeaux to Les Sables d'Olonne, 272 km (169 mi)[1]

Stage 17 result[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Eloi Tassin (FRA) France - West 8h 59' 05"
2   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 1' 10"
3   Pietro Tarchini (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
4   Raymond Lucas (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
5   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
6   Ange Le Strat (FRA) France - West s.t.
7   Edward Klabiński (POL) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
8   Primo Volpi (ITA) Italy s.t.
9   Bim Diederich (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
10   Raoul Rémy (FRA) France - South-East + 3' 12"
General classification after stage 17[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 122h 48' 03"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 34"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 55"
4   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 46"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 8' 08"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 15' 16"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 43' 57"
8   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 03' 59"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 12' 01"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 18' 59"

Stage 18Edit

16 July 1947 — Les Sables d'Olonne to Vannes, 236 km (147 mi)[1]

Stage 18 result[8]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Pietro Tarchini (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg 7h 10' 07"
2   Paul Giguet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
3   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
4   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium s.t.
5   René Barret (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
=6   Raoul Rémy (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
=6   Bim Diederich (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
=6   Maurice Mollin (BEL) Belgium s.t.
=6   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West s.t.
=6   Roger Lévêque (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
General classification after stage 18[8]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 130h 06' 29"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 34"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 3' 55"
4   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 46"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 8' 08"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 15' 16"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 35' 38"
8   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 03' 42"
9   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 03' 59"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 13' 41"

Stage 19Edit

17 July 1947 — Vannes to St. Brieuc, 139 km (86 mi) (ITT)[1]

Stage 19 result[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium 3h 49' 36"
2   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 4' 54"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 6' 32"
4   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 7' 11"
5   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 00"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 8' 19"
7   Primo Volpi (ITA) Italy + 8' 40"
8   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 9' 44"
9   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France + 10' 26"
10   Kléber Piot (FRA) France + 10' 57"
General classification after stage 19[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy 134h 05' 39"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 53"
3   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 2' 58"
4   René Vietto (FRA) France + 5' 06"
5   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 56"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 14' 01"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 25' 04"
8   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 05' 56"
9   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 11' 18"
10   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 23' 59"

Stage 20Edit

18 July 1947 — St. Brieuc to Caen, 235 km (146 mi)[1]

Stage 20 result[10]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Maurice Diot (FRA) France - Île de France 6h 23' 37"
2   Maurice Mollin (BEL) Belgium s.t.
3   Édouard Muller (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
4   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium s.t.
5   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy s.t.
6   Edward Klabiński (POL) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
7   Alexandre Pawlisiak (FRA) France - North-East s.t.
8   Victor Joly (BEL) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
9   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
10   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East + 4' 50"
General classification after stage 20[10]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy 140h 44' 38"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 53"
3   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 2' 58"
4   René Vietto (FRA) France + 5' 16"
5   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 6' 56"
6   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 9' 42"
7   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 14' 01"
8   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 55' 56"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 05' 56"
10   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 08' 37"

Stage 21Edit

20 July 1947 — Caen to Paris, 257 km (160 mi)[1]

Stage 21 result[11]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium 7h 16' 13"
2   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East + 1' 17"
3   Bim Diederich (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 3' 41"
4   René Oreel (BEL) Belgium + 5' 37"
5   Jeng Kirchen (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
6   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France + 7' 36"
7   Édouard Muller (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
8   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West s.t.
9   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
10   Maurice Diot (FRA) France - Île de France + 19' 06"
General classification after stage 21[1]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West 148h 11' 25"
2   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 3' 58"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 10' 07"
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 11' 00"
5   René Vietto (FRA) France + 15' 23"
6   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 18' 14"
7   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 24' 08"
8   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 06' 03"
9   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 16' 03"
10   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 1h 18' 44"

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 12ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 16 September 2012.
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