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1910 Paris - Roubaix

15th edition: Sunday, March 27, 1910

Complete results

Paris-Roubaix podium history | 1909 edition | 1911 edition

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The race:

The 1910 Paris-Roubaix was 266 km long and ridden at an average speed of 29.27 km/hr.

There were 145 starters and 69 (or perhaps 74) classified finishers.

Time splits after 14th place were rounded to nearest minute and are not available after 45th place.

Octave Lapize (1909 winner) and Cyrille Van Houwaert (1908 winner) separated themselves from the field well before the race's finish in the new Roubaix velodrome.

Van Houwaert was in the front for the first five laps on the track but the faster Lapize slipped by the Belgian to win his second consecutive Paris-Roubaix.

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Octave Lapize and Cyrille van Hauwaert arrive at the velodome

Cyrille Van Howaert and Octave Lapize arrive at the Roubaix velodrome.


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Complete Results:

  1. Octave Lapize (Alcyon-Dunlop) 9hr 5min 12sec.
  2. Paris–Roubaix: The Inside Story
  3. Cyrille Van Houwaert (Alcyon-Dunlop) s.t.
  4. Eugène Christophe (Alcyon-Dunlop) s.t.
  5. Edouard Léonard @ 48sec
  6. Charles Crupelandt (Le Globe-Dunlop) @ 7min 33sec
  7. René Vandenberghe @ 12min 48sec
  8. Léon Georget (La Française) @ 12min 49sec
  9. Jules Messelis (Alcyon-Dunlop) @ 15min 18sec
  10. Gustave Garrigou (Alcyon-Dunlop) @ 17min 48sec
  11. Arthur Van Daele s.t.
  12. Albert Dupont s.t.
  13. Georges Tribouillard s.t.
  14. Georges Lorgeou @ 17min 49sec
  15. Aldo Bettini (Alcyon-Dunlop) s.t.
  16. Emile Dorvillers @ 22min
  17. François Faber (Alcyon-Dunlop) @ 25min
  18. Ernest Paul @ 27min
  19. Dieudonné Jamar @ 28min
  20. Maurice Leturgie @ 30min
  21. Marceau Narcy @ 33min
  22. Jean Pichon s.t.
  23. Adrien Kranskens s.t.
  24. Louis Kranskens @ 39min
  25. Jean Bouillet (JB Louvet) @ 40min
  26. Omer Verschoore @ 41min
  27. Henri Devroye (Bovy Cycles) @ 43sec
  28. Pierre-Joseph Heusghem @ 44min
  29. Victor Dethier (Royal Sarolea) @ 45min
  30. Achille Depauw @ 46min
  31. André Blaise @ 52min
  32. Louis Pennequin (Panneton-Leman) s.t.
  33. Josef Apostel s.t.
  34. Alphonse Charpiot (Le Globe-Dunlop) @ 1hr 8min
  35. Albert Desmet @ 1hr 10min
  36. Henri Burghraeve @ 1hr 19min
  37. Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq (Legnano) @ 1hr 20min
  38. Octave Doury (Porcher) @ 1hr 22min
  39. Robert Lamont @ 1hr 24min
  40. Philippe Pautrat @ 1hr 27min
  41. Léon Lannoy (Le Globe-Dunlop) @ 1hr 28min
  42. Diard @ 1hr 37min
  43. Henri Alavoine (SL) @ 1hr 43min
  44. Félix Vervalcke @ 1hr 50min
  45. Camille Vercauteren @ 1hr 51min
  46. Pierre Delplace (Rina) @ 2hr 3min
  47. Vital Dorzée
  48. Charles Turpin
  49. Alfons Spiessens
  50. Maurice Decaup (Legnano)
  51. François Beaugendre (Le Globe-Dunlop)
  52. Albert Baudet
  53. Octave Lucas
  54. Antoine Wattelier
  55. F. Dewinne
  56. Fernand Chaalon
  57. Georges Paquier
  58. Emile Contreras
  59. Louis Jacquot
  60. Joseph Delporte
  61. Arthur Degraeve
  62. Fernand Foison
  63. Alfred Lecocq
  64. Charles Louvet
  65. Marcel Blanc
  66. Paul Piétrois
  67. Adrien Regnard
  68. Louis Constant
  69. Georges Tiersault
  70. Charles Fruit

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