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1952 | June 25 - July 19
Brest - Paris

total distance: 4898.0 km
number of stages: 23

money for winner: 1 000 000 F
money total: 28 000 000 F

Fausto Coppi | Italy | Italy | age: 32
time: 151hr 57min 20sec | average speed: 32.233 km/h
2nd place: Stan Ockers (+ 28min 27sec)
3rd place: Bernardo Ruiz (+ 34min 38sec)
winning team: Italy
number of participants: 122
finished: 78
not finished: 44
Jerseys winners:

 Fausto Coppi
 Fausto Coppi


Tour de France start:

Statistic of the riders:
Route length:
(compared with longest route in 1926 - 5745 km)

 4 898 / 5 745 
 85,3%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 23 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
1Brest - Rennes  246.0 km  BEL  Rik VAN STEENBERGEN  6:27:31  38.1 km/h
2Rennes - Le Mans  181.0 km  BEL  André ROSSEEL  4:52:02  37.2 km/h
3Le Mans - Rouen  189.0 km  FRA  Nello LAUREDI  5:12:31  36.3 km/h
4Rouen - Roubaix  232.0 km  FRA  Pierre MOLINERIS  6:23:19  36.3 km/h
5Roubaix - Namur  197.0 km  LUX  Jean DIEDERICH  5:54:28  33.3 km/h
6Namur - Metz  228.0 km  ITA  Vittorio MAGNI  7:07:56  32.0 km/h
7Metz - Nancy  60.0 km  ITA  Fausto COPPI  1:32:59  38.7 km/h
8Nancy - Mulhouse  252.0 km  FRA  Raphaël GEMINIANI  8:17:21  30.4 km/h
9Mulhouse - Lausanne  238.0 km  SUI  Walter DIGGELMANN  7:23:16  32.2 km/h
10Lausanne - Alpe d’Huez  266.0 km  ITA  Fausto COPPI  8:51:40  30.0 km/h
11Bourg d’Oisans - Sestriere  182.0 km  ITA  Fausto COPPI  6:36:59  27.5 km/h
12Sestriere - Monaco  251.0 km  NED  Jan NOLTEN  8:13:19  30.5 km/h
13Monaco - Aix-en-Provence  214.0 km  FRA  Raoul REMY  7:06:39  30.1 km/h
14Aix-en-Provence - Avignon  178.0 km  FRA  Jean ROBIC  6:16:49  28.3 km/h
15Avignon - Perpignan  275.0 km  FRA  Georges DECAUX  7:07:16  38.6 km/h
16Perpignan - Toulouse  200.0 km  BEL  André ROSSEEL  6:53:52  29.0 km/h
17Toulouse - Bagnères-de-Bigorre  204.0 km  FRA  Raphaël GEMINIANI  6:43:16  30.4 km/h
18Bagnères-de-Bigorre - Pau  149.0 km  ITA  Fausto COPPI  4:42:04  31.7 km/h
19Pau - Bordeaux  195.0 km  NED  Hans DEKKERS  5:15:16  37.1 km/h
20Bordeaux - Limoges  228.0 km  FRA  Jacques VIVIER  6:32:48  34.8 km/h
21Limoges - Puy-de-Dôme  245.0 km  ITA  Fausto COPPI  9:40:51  25.3 km/h
22Puy-de-Dôme - Vichy  63.0 km  ITA  Vittorio MAGNI  1:33:11  40.6 km/h
23Vichy - Paris  354.0 km  FRA  Antonin ROLLAND  11:28:55  30.8 km/h


Winners of stages in 1952 by nations (6):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 FRA  9 
 39,13% 
 ITA  7 
 30,43% 
 BEL  3 
 13,04% 
 NED  2 
 8,70% 
 LUX  1 
 4,35% 
 SUI  1 
 4,35% 



Winners of stages in 1952 by cyclists (16):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Fausto COPPI  5 
 21,74% 
 Vittorio MAGNI  2 
 8,70% 
 André ROSSEEL  2 
 8,70% 
 Raphaël GEMINIANI  2 
 8,70% 
 Jean ROBIC  1 
 4,35% 
 Rik VAN STEENBERGEN  1 
 4,35% 
 Georges DECAUX  1 
 4,35% 
 Hans DEKKERS  1 
 4,35% 
 Jacques VIVIER  1 
 4,35% 
 Raoul REMY  1 
 4,35% 
 Jan NOLTEN  1 
 4,35% 
 Walter DIGGELMANN  1 
 4,35% 
 Jean DIEDERICH  1 
 4,35% 
 Pierre MOLINERIS  1 
 4,35% 
 Nello LAUREDI  1 
 4,35% 
 Antonin ROLLAND  1 
 4,35% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 23 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [7]
Alpe-d’Huez (1860 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Col du Glandon (1924 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Col du Télégraphe (1566 m):  FRA  Jean LE GUILLY
Croix de Fer (2067 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Galibier (2645 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Montgenèvre (1850 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Sestrières (2033 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
THE PYRENEES [4]
Aspin (1490 m):  FRA  Raphaël GEMINIANI
Aubisque (1709 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Peyresourde (1569 m):  ESP  Antonio GELABERT
Tourmalet (2115 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Other mountains [12]
Ballon d’Alsace (1178 m):  FRA  Raphaël GEMINIANI
Castillon (706 m):  NED  Jan NOLTEN
Col Amic (825 m):  FRA  Raphaël GEMINIANI
Col de Braus (1002 m):  FRA  Jean DOTTO
Col de Brouis (880 m):  FRA  Jean DOTTO
Col de la Croix Morand ou de Dyane (1401 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Grosse Pierre (923 m):  ESP  Luis PEREZ
La Turbie (491 m):  NED  Jan NOLTEN
Mollendruz (1185 m):  FRA  Raoul REMY
Mont Ventoux (1909 m):  FRA  Jean ROBIC
Puy de Dôme (1415 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI
Roche Vendeix (1139 m):  ITA  Fausto COPPI


Winners of ascents in 1952 by nations (4):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 ITA  11 
 47,83% 
 FRA  8 
 34,78% 
 NED  2 
 8,70% 
 ESP  2 
 8,70% 



Winners of ascents in 1952 by cyclists (10):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Fausto COPPI  10 
 43,48% 
 Raphaël GEMINIANI  3 
 13,04% 
 Jean DOTTO  2 
 8,70% 
 Jan NOLTEN  2 
 8,70% 
 Luis PEREZ  1 
 4,35% 
 Jean ROBIC  1 
 4,35% 
 Raoul REMY  1 
 4,35% 
 Jean LE GUILLY  1 
 4,35% 
 Antonio GELABERT  1 
 4,35% 
 Gino BARTALI  1 
 4,35% 



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