Open main menu

1947 Tour de France, Stage 1 to Stage 11

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 11 occurred on 7 July with a flat stage to Marseille. The race finished in Paris on 20 July.

Contents

Stage 1Edit

25 June 1947 — Paris to Lille, 236 km (147 mi)[1]

Stage 1 result and general classification after stage 1[2]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Ferdinand Kübler (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg 6h 51' 55"
2   André Mahé (FRA) France - West s.t.
3   Kléber Piot (FRA) France + 1' 24"
4   Arie Vooren (NED) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 1' 30"
5   Edward Klabiński (POL) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 1' 39"
6   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 1' 47"
7   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 1' 52"
8   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 57"
9   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 2' 09"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy s.t.

Stage 2Edit

26 June 1947 — Lille to Brussels (Belgium), 182 km (113 mi)[1]

Stage 2 result[3]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 5h 05' 52"
2   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 1' 41"
3   Prosper Depredomme (BEL) Belgium s.t.
4   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 8' 59"
5   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy s.t.
6   Jean Breuer (BEL) Belgium s.t.
7   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West s.t.
8   André Mahé (FRA) France - West s.t.
9   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy s.t.
10   Manuel Huguet (FRA) France + 9' 12"
General classification after stage 2[3]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 11h 59' 45"
2   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 3' 28"
3   André Mahé (FRA) France - West + 6' 31"
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 8' 53"
5   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 58"
6   Arie Vooren (NED) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 10' 15"
7   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 10' 22"
8   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 10' 44"
9   Ferdinand Kübler (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 11' 18"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 11' 28"

Stage 3Edit

27 June 1947 — Brussels (Belgium) to Luxembourg City (Luxembourg), 314 km (195 mi)[1]

Stage 3 result[4]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy 10h 59' 13"
2   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 5' 34"
3   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
4   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy s.t.
5   René Vietto (FRA) France + 6' 31"
6   Vincenzo Rossello (ITA) Italy + 11' 08"
7   Antoine Latorre (FRA) France - Centre/South-West + 11' 43"
8   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 15' 01"
9   Maurice Diot (FRA) France - Île de France + 17' 27"
10   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg s.t.
General classification after stage 3[4]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 23h 05' 29"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 1' 22"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 01"
4   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 10' 56"
5   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 12' 11"
6   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 15' 04"
7   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 19' 24"
8   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 23' 47"
9   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 26' 23"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 27' 19"

Stage 4Edit

28 June 1947 — Luxembourg City (Luxembourg) to Strasbourg, 223 km (139 mi)[1]

Stage 4 result[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West 8h 14' 29"
2   Ferdinand Kübler (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 1' 01"
3   Maurice Diot (FRA) France - Île de France + 2' 53"
4   Alexandre Pawlisiak (FRA) France - North-East s.t.
5   Raoul Rémy (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
6   Albert Sercu (BEL) Belgium + 3' 15"
7   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West s.t.
8   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy s.t.
9   Florent Mathieu (BEL) Belgium s.t.
10   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium s.t.
General classification after stage 4[5]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 31h 23' 13"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 1' 22"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 01"
4   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 10' 56"
5   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 12' 11"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 15' 09"
7   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 23' 47"
8   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 24' 29"
9   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 26' 23"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 27' 19"

Stage 5Edit

29 June 1947 — Strasbourg to Besançon, 248 km (154 mi)[1]

Stage 5 result[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Ferdinand Kübler (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg 8h 10' 45"
2   Vincenzo Rossello (ITA) Italy s.t.
3   Robert Bonnaventure (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
4   Florent Mathieu (BEL) Belgium s.t.
5   Leo Amberg (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 1' 01"
6   Eloi Tassin (FRA) France - West s.t.
7   Primo Volpi (ITA) Italy + 1' 31"
8   Roger Lévêque (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
9   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium s.t.
10   Raymond Lucas (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
General classification after stage 5[6]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 39h 36' 01"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 1' 22"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 01"
4   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 10' 56"
5   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 12' 11"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 15' 09"
7   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 23' 47"
8   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 23' 57"
9   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 26' 23"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 27' 19"

Stage 6Edit

30 June 1947 — Besançon to Lyon, 249 km (155 mi)[1]

Stage 6 result[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France 6h 55' 37"
2   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
3   Albert Bourlon (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
4   Bernard Gauthier (FRA) France - South-East + 43"
5   Gaston Audier (FRA) France - North-East + 13' 57"
6   Émile Idée (FRA) France + 17' 17"
7   Eloi Tassin (FRA) France - West s.t.
8   Joseph Dessertine (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
9   Maurice Mollin (BEL) Belgium s.t.
10   Edward Klabiński (POL) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
General classification after stage 6[7]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 46h 49' 21"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 1' 22"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 01"
4   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 10' 56"
5   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 12' 11"
6   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 15' 09"
7   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 23' 47"
8   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 23' 47"
9   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 23' 57"
10   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 26' 23"

Stage 7Edit

2 July 1947 — Lyon to Grenoble, 172 km (107 mi)[1]

Stage 7 result[8]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West 5h 29' 46"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 4' 36"
3   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
4   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 5' 48"
5   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 7' 43"
6   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 8' 05"
7   René Vietto (FRA) France + 8' 24"
8   Paul Giguet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
9   Vincenzo Rossello (ITA) Italy s.t.
10   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 9' 29"
General classification after stage 7[8]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy 52h 26' 02"
2   René Vietto (FRA) France + 1' 29"
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 4' 12"
4   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 7' 14"
5   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 13' 30"
6   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 17' 45"
7   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 18' 29"
8   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 24' 45"
9   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 28' 29"
10   Briek Schotte (BEL) Belgium + 28' 57"

Stage 8Edit

3 July 1947 — Grenoble to Briançon, 185 km (115 mi)[1]

Stage 8 result[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France 6h 49' 07"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 8' 06"
3   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 8' 08"
4   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 10' 35"
5   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy s.t.
6   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West s.t.
7   René Vietto (FRA) France s.t.
8   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
9   Vincenzo Rossello (ITA) Italy + 13' 42"
10   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 14' 01"
General classification after stage 8[9]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy 59h 25' 44"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 1' 13"
3   René Vietto (FRA) France + 1' 29"
4   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 3' 10"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 13' 05"
6   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 18' 29"
7   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 19' 21"
8   Gottfried Weilenmann (SUI) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 34' 40"
9   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 37' 14"
10   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 37' 20"

Stage 9Edit

5 July 1947 — Briançon to Digne, 217 km (135 mi)[1]

Stage 9 result[10]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 7h 23' 15"
2   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
3   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 4' 20"
4   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 6' 34"
5   Lucien Teisseire (FRA) France s.t.
6   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
7   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France s.t.
8   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 7' 43"
9   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy s.t.
10   Paul Giguet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
General classification after stage 9[10]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 66h 48' 28"
2   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy + 5' 04"
3   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 8' 14"
4   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France + 10' 15"
5   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 18' 10"
6   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 25' 34"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 45' 28"
8   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 58' 05"
9   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 58' 34"
10   Pierre Cogan (FRA) France - West + 1h 05' 35"

Stage 10Edit

6 July 1947 — Digne to Nice, 255 km (158 mi)[1]

Stage 10 result[11]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Fermo Camellini (ITA) Netherlands/Strangers of France 8h 07' 59"
2   Aldo Ronconi (ITA) Italy + 2' 00"
3   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 2' 01"
4   Norbert Callens (BEL) Belgium + 2' 14"
5   Giuseppe Tacca (ITA) Italy + 4' 19"
6   Daniel Thuayre (FRA) France - Île de France s.t.
7   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West s.t.
8   Pierre Brambilla (ITA) Italy s.t.
9   René Vietto (FRA) France + 6' 19"
10   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France s.t.
General classification after stage 10[11]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 75h 02' 46"
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   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 25' 05"
6   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France + 25' 34"
7   Raymond Impanis (BEL) Belgium + 48' 22"
8   Apo Lazaridès (FRA) France - South-East + 53' 31"
9   Giordano Cottur (ITA) Italy + 1h 07' 18"
10   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West + 1h 07' 44"

Stage 11Edit

7 July 1947 — Nice to Marseille, 230 km (140 mi)[1]

Stage 11 result[12]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   Édouard Fachleitner (FRA) France 6h 31' 00"
2   Raoul Rémy (FRA) France - South-East + 8' 35"
3   Marius Bonnet (FRA) France - South-East + 15' 17"
4   Jean Goldschmit (LUX) Switzerland/Luxembourg + 15' 42"
5   Jean-Marie Goasmat (FRA) France - West s.t.
6   Pascal Gnazzo (FRA) France - South-East + 16' 10"
7   Paul Giguet (FRA) France - South-East s.t.
8   Joseph Neri (FRA) France - Centre/South-West s.t.
9   Jean Robic (FRA) France - West + 16' 42"
10   Maurice Mollin (BEL) Belgium + 16' 51"
General classification after stage 11[12]
Rank Rider Team Time
1   René Vietto (FRA) France 81h 52' 12"
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"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "34ème Tour de France 1947". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 24 January 2012.
  2. ^ "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 1ère étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 16 September 2012.
  3. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 2ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 16 September 2012.
  4. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 3ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  5. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 4ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  6. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 5ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  7. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 6ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  8. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 7ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  9. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 8ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  10. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 9ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  11. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 10ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.
  12. ^ a b "34ème Tour de France 1947 - 11ème étape". Memoire du cyclisme. Archived from the original on 17 September 2012.