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1913 Paris - Roubaix

18th edition: Sunday, March 23, 1913

Complete results

Paris-Roubaix podium history | 1912 edition | 1914 edition

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The race:

The 1913 Paris-Roubaix was 266 km long and raced at an average speed of 35.33 km/hr.

There was an unknown number of starters and 85 classified finishers.

Time splits to 24th place were rounded and are unavailable for riders who finished after that.

Weather: Cold with sleet during the final kilometers.

Winner François Faber had been dropped by the leading group but caught them on a downhill portion.

Charles Deruyter led for most of the three laps on the Roubaix velodrome but Faber, who had suffered so much misfortune in previous editions of Paris-Roubaix, passed Deruyter just at the line.

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François Faber

Winner François Faber


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Complete known Results:

  1. François Faber (Peugeot-Wolber) 7hr 30min
  2. Paris–Roubaix: The Inside Story
  3. Charles Deruyter Peugeot-Wolber) s.t.
  4. Charles Crupelandt (La Française-Diamant) s.t.
  5. Louis Mottiat (Alcyon) s.t.
  6. Louis Luguet (Automoto-Contintal) s.t.
  7. Joseph Van Daele (JB Louvet-Continental) s.t.
  8. Jules Masselis (Alcyon) s.t.
  9. Georges Passerieu (Automoto-Continental) @ 1min 30sec
  10. Auguste Benoit (La Française-Dunlop) @ 3min 30sec
  11. André Blaise @ 7min
  12. Jean Rossius (Alcyon) s.t.
  13. Charles Kippert @ 8min
  14. Emile Georget (La Française-Diamant) s.t.
  15. Paul Deman @ 8min 30sec
  16. Victor Doms @ 10min
  17. Dieudonné Gauthy (Alcyon) @ 11min
  18. Jean Bouillet @ 12min
  19. Carlo Galetti (Legnano) s.t.
  20. Félicien Salmon (Peugeot-Wolber) s.t.
  21. Firmin Lambot (Griffon-Continental) s.t.
  22. Marcel Buysse (Peugeot-Wolber) s.t.
  23. Pierre Everaerts (Depas Cycles) @ 13min
  24. Constant Niedergang (Automoto-Continental) @ 15min 24sec
  25. Hector Tiberghien (Peugeot-Wolber) @ 17min
  26. Léon Scieur (Armor) s.t.
  27. Paul Hostein (Peugeot-Wolber)
  28. Georges Tribouillard (La Française-Diamant)
  29. René Vandenberghe
  30. Henri Hanlet (Liberator-Hutchinson)
  31. Charles Haidon (Alcyon)
  32. Louis Heusghem (Alcyon)
  33. Ernest Paul
  34. Constant Ménager (Automoto-Continental)
  35. Charles Guyot (Peugeot-Wolber)
  36. Charles Charron (Automoto-Continental)
  37. Louis Engel (Peugeot-Wolber)
  38. Hector Heusghem (Armor)
  39. Achiel Depauw
  40. Emile Masson
  41. Eugène Christophe (Peugeot-Wolber)
  42. Henri Van Lerberghe
  43. unknown
  44. Louis Govet
  45. Gustave Lorain
  46. Emile Engel (Peugeot-Wolber)
  47. Omer Beaugendre
  48. Albert Dupont (La Française-Diamant)
  49. Hubert Samyn
  50. Auguste Dierickx
  51. François Dubois
  52. Alois Persyn
  53. Michel De Baeare
  54. Pierre Van de Velde
  55. Félix Gothals
  56. Pail Coppens
  57. César Debaets
  58. Henri Devroye
  59. Alfons Spiessens
  60. Hector Bouillet
  61. Jules Demiddel
  62. Fernand Dhossche
  63. Jules Deloffre
  64. Adrien Kranskens
  65. Alfred Steux
  66. Hubert Verdickt
  67. Joseph Verdickt
  68. Pierre Delpalce
  69. Emile Caudrelier
  70. José Pelletier
  71. Marcel Rottie
  72. Lucien Cornu
  73. Daudet
  74. Paul Bertaux
  75. Jean Vernisse
  76. Antoine d'Annunzio
  77. Marcel Duval
  78. Gaston Neboux
  79. Marcel Boudier
  80. Victor Cathera
  81. Raoul Grieux
  82. Jan Barendise
  83. Pierre Privat
  84. Léon Lannoy
  85. Phillipe Alary

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