Prague–Karlovy Vary–Prague

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Prague–Karlovy Vary–Prague (Czech: Praha–Karlovy Vary–Praha) was a one-day cycling race held annually between 1921 and 2010 in the Czech Republic. It was part of UCI Europe Tour in category 1.2 from 2007 until its final edition in 2010.[1]

Prague–Karlovy Vary–Prague
Race details
DateSeptember
Local name(s)Praha–Karlovy Vary–Praha
DisciplineRoad
CompetitionUCI Europe Tour
TypeOne day race
History
First edition1921 (1921)
Editions65
Final edition2010
First winner Jozef Proda-Prochazka (CZE)
Most wins Jan Veselý (CZE) (8 wins)
Final winner Andreas Schillinger (GER)

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Second Third
1921   Jozef Proda-Prochazka   Antonin Peric   Frantisek Zima
1922   Bohumil Rames   Karel Červenka   Frantisek Zima
1923   Karel Červenka   Josef Urbanek   Paul Köttl
1924 No race
1925   Karel Červenka   Antonin Charvat   Ladislav Brejla
1926   Karel Červenka   Antonin Peric   Josef Urbanek
1927   Ladislav Cisar   Antonin Honig   Antonin Peric
1928   Antonin Chytil   Ladislav Bruzek   Antonin Peric
1929   Ladislav Bruzek   Karl Thallinger   Josef Smisek
1930   Ladislav Bruzek   Antonin Honig   Ladislav Cisar
1931   Karel Frič   Antonin Honig   Jiri Novak
1932   Karel Frič   Jiri Novak   Otta Hertl
1933   Karel Frič   Frantisek Haupt   Karl Snobl
1934   Leo Nielsen   Frede Sörensen   Josef Lošek
1935   Frede Sörensen   Eugen Schnalek   Miloslav Krbec
1936   Otakar Rozvoda   Vaclav Lachout   Hans Leutelt
1937   Otakar Rozvoda   Josef Lošek   Miroslav Loos
1938   Otakar Rozvoda   Gottfried Weber   Miloslav Krbec
1939-1945 No race
1946   Jan Veselý
1947   Jan Veselý
1948   Jan Veselý
1949   Jan Veselý
1950   Jan Veselý
1951   Jan Veselý
1952   Karel Nesl
1953   Jan Kubr
1954   Jan Veselý
1955   Jan Veselý   Robert Codemo
1956   Meunier
1957   Josef Krivka   Walter Renner   Pavel Kovaru
1958   Rudolf Revai   Karel Nesl   Miroslav Mares
1959   Jan Kubr   Wisner   Betak
1960   Rudolf Revai
1961   Jaroslav Kvapil
1962   Jaroslav Kvapil   Rudolf Revai   Bern Kral
1963   Jan Smolík   Josef Volf   Emil Lesetecky
1964   Jaroslav Kvapil
1965   Jan Svorada   Jan Palacek   Bohumil Chvatil
1966   Karl-Heinz Kacmierczak   Jan Smolík   Henryk Wozniak
1967   Petr Hladik   Jan Smolík   Vojtech Names
1968 No race
1969   Jiri Vlcek   Pavel Jelen   Vaclav Tkaczyscin
1970   Antonin Bartonicek   Jiri Kindl   Ladislav Kalina
1971   Jiří Háva   Vaclav Pruzek   Jiri Konecny
1972   Zdenek Bartonicek   Hynek Kubicek   Jiri Zelenka
1973   Emil Jörgen Hansen   Jiri Zelenka   Petr Buchacek
1974   Vlastimil Moravec   Rudolph Labus   Karel Vavra
1975   Michal Klasa   Jiri Bartolsic   Ludek Kubias
1976   Zdenek Bartonicek
1977   Zdenek Hebeda   Siegbert Schmeisser   Theodor Cerny
1978   Theodor Cerny   Tomas Czatho   Petr Krupicka
1979   Martin Götze   Aloïs Dohnal   Vendelin Kvetan
1980   Theodor Cerny   Thomas Barth   Leczislav Michalak
1981   Hans-Joachim Hartnick
1982   Vendelin Kvetan   Otakar Fiala   Wolfgang Lötzsch
1983   Vladimir Dolek   Lutz Lötzsch   Jorg Höhler
1984   Josef Dvorak   Jiri Pavlicek   Aloïs Dohnal
1985   Jiri Travnicek   Lutz Lötzsch   Rotislav Veteska
1986   Wolfgang Lötzsch   Milan Jonak   Josef Perny
1987   Stanislav Mäsiar   Jan Habera   Jaroslav Buchtic
1988   Miroslav Sýkora   Ladislav Bednar   Karel Kaiser
1989   Otakar Fiala   Pavel Tomastik   Tomas Velecky
1990-2005 No race
2006   Matija Kvasina   Lubor Tesař   Petr Benčík
2007   Stanislav Kozubek   Roger Kluge   Martin Hačecký
2008   Eric Baumann   Dirk Müller   František Raboň
2009   Danilo Hondo   Marko Kump   Grega Bole
2010   Andreas Schillinger   Stefan Schäfer   Leopold König

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Praha–Karlovy Vary–Praha". ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 24 January 2020.

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