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1991 World Championship

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Results

Pos Name Born Nation Team Time
01 Gianni Bugno 1964 Italy - 6t 20' 23''
02 Steven Rooks 1960 Netherlands - + 0''
03 Miguel Indurain 1964 Spain - + 0''
04 Alvaro Mejia 1967 Colombia - + 0''
05 Kai Hundertmarck 1969 Germany - + 11''
06 Bjarne Riis 1964 Denmark - + 11''
07 Dirk De Wolf 1961 Belgium - + 11''
08 Stephen Hodge 1961 Australia - + 11'
09 Davide Cassani 1961 Italy - + 11''
10 Federico Echave 1960 Spain - + 11''
11 Maurizio Fondriest 1965 Italy - + 11''
12 Franco Ballerini 1964 Italy - + 11''
13 Piotr Ugrumov 1961 Latvia - + 11''
14 Rudy Dhaenens 1961 Belgium - + 11''
15 Bo Hamburger 1970 Denmark - + 11''
16 Laurent Fignon 1960 France - 11"
17 Claudio Chiappucci 1963 Italy - 11"
18 Gert-Jan Theunisse 1963 Netherlands - 11"
19 Heinz Imboden 1962 Switzerland - 11"
20 Miguel Arroyo Rosales 1966 Mexico - 11"
21 Gerard Rue 1965 France - 11"
22 William Palacio 1965 Colombia - 11"
23 Luc Roosen 1964 Belgium - 11"
24 Efraim Rico Lizarazo 1967 Colombia - 11"
25 Marc Madiot 1959 France - 11"
26 Charly Mottet 1964 France - 11"
27 Erich Maechler 1960 Switzerland - 11"
28 Martin Earley 1962 Ireland - 11"
29 Bruno Cornillet 1963 France - 11"
30 Rolf Gölz 1962 Germany - 11"
31 Daniel Castro 1966 Argentina - 11"
32 Neil Stephens 1963 Australia - 11"
33 Dag Otto Lauritzen 1956 Norway - 11"
34 Andrew Hampsten 1962 USA - 3' 36"
35 Pedro Delgado 1960 Spain - 5' 19"
36 Frans Maassen 1965 Netherlands - 6' 14"
37 Michel Dernies 1961 Belgium - 7' 18"
38 Kim Andersen 1958 Denmark - 7' 18"
39 Jens Heppner 1964 Germany - 7' 18"
40 Mauro Gianetti 1964 Switzerland - 7' 18"
41 Michael Engleman 1958 USA - 7' 18"
42 Eric van Lancker 1961 Belgium - 7' 18"
43 Scott Sunderland 1966 Australia - 7' 18"
44 Pascal Richard 1964 Switzerland - 7' 18"
45 Brian Holm 1962 Denmark - 7' 18"
46 Marco Giovannetti 1962 Italy - 7' 18"
47 Luc Leblanc 1966 France - 7' 18"
48 Robert Millar 1958 Great Britain - 7' 18"
49 Javier Murguialday 1962 Spain - 11' 31"
49 Edward Salas 1965 Australia - 11' 31"
49 Bruno Cenghialta 1962 Italy - 11' 31"
49 Jean-Francois Bernard 1962 France - 11' 31"
49 Fabian Fuchs 1961 Switzerland - 11' 31"
49 Abelardo Rondón 1964 Colombia - 11' 31"
49 Masatoshi Ichikawa 1961 Japan - 11' 31"
49 Delmino Pereira 1967 Portugal - 11' 31"
49 Edwig van Hooydonck 1966 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Alessandro Giannelli 1963 Italy - 11' 31"
49 Felice Puttini 1967 Switzerland - 11' 31"
49 Marek Szerszynski 1960 Poland - 11' 31"
49 Franco Chioccioli 1959 Italy - 11' 31"
49 Dag Erik Pedersen 1959 Norway - 11' 31"
49 Mario Kummer 1962 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Gilles Delion 1966 France - 11' 31"
49 Laurent Dufaux 1969 Switzerland - 11' 31"
49 Fabian Jeker 1968 Switzerland - 11' 31"
49 Dominik Krieger 1968 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Uwe Ampler 1964 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Andreas Kappes 1965 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Benjamin Van Itterbeeck 1964 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Alvaro Pino 1956 Spain - 11' 31"
49 Marek Kulas 1963 Poland - 11' 31"
49 Claude Criquielion 1957 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Johan Museeuw 1965 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Frank Van Den Abeele 1966 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Eduardo Chozas 1960 Spain - 11' 31"
49 Marino Lejarreta 1957 Spain - 11' 31"
49 Johnny Weltz 1962 Denmark - 11' 31"
49 Raúl Alcalá 1964 Mexico - 11' 31"
49 Falk Boden 1960 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Erik Breukink 1964 Netherlands - 11' 31"
49 Harald Maier 1960 Austria - 11' 31"
49 Luis-Alberto Camargo 1965 Colombia - 11' 31"
49 Carlos Jaramillo 1961 Colombia - 11' 31"
49 Jorge Leon Otalvaro Restrepo 1964 Colombia - 11' 31"
49 Mauro Ribeiro 1964 Brazil - 11' 31"
49 Malcolm Elliot 1961 Great Britain - 11' 31"
49 Udo Bölts 1966 Germany - 11' 31"
49 Jean-Claude Colotti 1962 France - 11' 31"
49 Atle Pedersen 1964 Norway - 11' 31"
49 Olaf Lurvik 1963 Norway - 11' 31"
49 Allan Peiper 1960 Australia - 11' 31"
49 Rudy Verdonck 1965 Belgium - 11' 31"
49 Atle Kvålsvoll 1962 Norway - 11' 31"
95 Thomas Wegmüller 1960 Switzerland - 16' 38"
96 Harry Lodge 1967 Great Britain - 24' 00"

Info

RaceWorld Championship
Where Stuttgart
Nation World Championship
Distance252 km
DateAugust 25th
Edition1991
ClassificationWCRR
Extra Compare top four

Gianni Bugno