Tour de France won famous Louison Bobet

1953

The 1953 Tour de France was the 40th Tour de France, taking place from July 3 to July 26, 1953. It consisted of 22 stages over 4479 km, ridden at an average speed of 34.593 km/h.
The race was won by Louison Bobet, the first of his three consecutive wins. At first, internal struggles in the French national team seemed to work against Bobet, but when the team joined forces, he beat regional rider Jean Malléjac in the mountains.

1 Louison Bobet (FRA) France 129h 23′ 25″
2 Jean Malléjac (FRA) West France +14′ 18″
3 Giancarlo Astrua (ITA) Italy +15′ 02″
4 Alex Close (BEL) Belgium +17′ 35″
5 Wout Wagtmans (NED) Netherlands +18′ 05″
6 Fritz Schär (SUI) Switzerland +18′ 44″
7 Antonin Rolland (FRA) France +23′ 03″
8 Nello Lauredi (FRA) France +26′ 03″
9 Raphaël Géminiani (FRA) France +27′ 18″
10 François Mahé (FRA) West France +28′ 26″

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