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Jo de Haan (25 December 1936 – 19 April 2006) was a Dutch cyclist who was active between 1956 and 1966. After winning four local road races as amateur in 1956 and 1958, he turned professional. His best achievements came in 1960 when he won the Paris–Tours and Tour de Picardie. In 1963 he finished third at the 1963 UCI Road World Championships. In total, he won 36 races during his career.[1] He died of cancer.

Jo de Haan
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Jo de Haan in 1961
Personal information
Born25 December 1936
Klaaswaal, the Netherlands
Died19 April 2006 (aged 69)
Huijbergen, the Netherlands
Sport
SportCycling

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  1. ^ Jo de Haan. radsportseiten.net