Six Days of Stuttgart

The Six Days of Stuttgart was a six-day track cycling race held annually in Stuttgart, Germany.[1]

Six Days of Stuttgart
Race details
RegionStuttgart, Germany
DisciplineTrack
TypeSix-day racing
History
First edition1928 (1928)
Editions31 (as of 2008)
Final edition2008
First winner Piet van Kempen (NED)
 Gottfried Hürtgen (GER)
Most wins Andreas Kappes (GER) (6 wins)
Final winner Iljo Keisse (BEL)
 Leif Lampater (GER)
 Robert Bartko (GER)

WinnersEdit

Year Winner
1928   Piet van Kempen
  Theo Frankenstein
1929 (1)   Emil Richli
  Pietro Linari
1929 (2)   Piet van Kempen
  Paul Buschenhagen
1930 No race
1931 (1)   Fritz Preuss
  Paul Resiger
1931 (2)   Victor Rausch
  Gottfried Hürtgen
1932 No race
1933   Jan Pijnenburg
  Emil Richli
1934-83 No race
1984   Gregor Braun
  Gert Frank
1985   Henry Rinklin
  Josef Kristen
1986   René Pijnen
  Gert Frank
1987   Josef Kristen
  Roman Hermann
Any Guanyadors
1988   Dietrich Thurau
  Roman Hermann
1989   Uwe Bolten
  Danny Clark
1990   Etienne De Wilde
  Volker Diehl
1991   Etienne De Wilde
  Andreas Kappes
1992   Danny Clark
  Pierangelo Bincoletto
1993   Etienne De Wilde
  Andreas Kappes
1994   Etienne De Wilde
  Jens Veggerby
1995   Danny Clark
  Etienne De Wilde
1996   Jimmi Madsen
  Jens Veggerby
1997   Carsten Wolf
  Andreas Kappes
1998   Bruno Risi
  Kurt Betschart
1999   Adriano Baffi
  Andreas Kappes
Year Winners
2000   Silvio Martinello
  Andreas Kappes
2001   Silvio Martinello
  Marco Villa
2002   Bruno Risi
  Kurt Betschart
2003   Matthew Gilmore
  Scott McGrory
2004   Andreas Beikirch
  Andreas Kappes
  Gerd Dörich
2005   Bruno Risi
  Franco Marvulli
  Kurt Betschart
2006   Robert Bartko
  Guido Fulst
  Leif Lampater
2007   Bruno Risi
  Franco Marvulli
  Alexander Aeschbach
2008   Robert Bartko
  Iljo Keisse
  Leif Lampater

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "6 jours du Stuttgart". Memoire du Cyclisme. Retrieved 20 September 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)