René Vietto (17 February 1914, Le Cannet, Alpes-Maritimes – 14 October 1988, Orange, Vaucluse) was a French road racing cyclist. In the 1934 Tour de France, Vietto, a relative unknown, got wings on the mountains. This was not a surprise, because he had won the Grand Prix Wolber. He was prepared for the Alps and won easily on the steepest terrain. After he won the two major Alpine stages ...
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Jean-Paul Ollivier Description: Geïllustreerde en gedetailleerde biografie van de Franse wielerkampioen Rene Vietto. Illustrated and detailed (career stats) biography of the French cycling champion René Vietto. 23 x 14 cms, softback, 172 pages. 1981
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René Vietto, who spent more time in the Yellow Jersey than any rider who did not win the Tour de France, ended up twenty-second, almost an hour behind Binda. Guerra placed second in the Tour that July, riding against a French team comsidered by Tour historian Jean-Paul Ollivier to be the finest-ever assembly of pre-war riders.
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· Directed by Julien Camy. With Jean-Paul Belmondo, René Bertrand, Jean Bobet, Philippe Brunel. The story of a legend cyclist. A man who find his way through the mountains and a hard life. An artist from sport. A legend.
La véridique histoire de René Vietto by Jean-Paul Ollivier (May 21, 1997) Urbaanin nuoren vapaa-aika: Helsingin koululaisten vapaa-ajan vietto 1982 ja 1990 (Helsingfors stads faktacentrals... by Lasse Siurala (1991) Kalevalan juhlavuoden vietto maamme koululaitoksessa 1985 (Forskning) (Finnish Edition) by Eija Syrjalainen (1986) Vuodenajat: Kuvaelmia itasuomalaisten vanhoista tavoista ...
René Vietto: His story of giving up his wheel to allow Magne to win in 1934 when Vietto might very well have won the race himself is one of the legends of the Tour. This was a team that acted as one for a common goal. Vietto ended up wearing Yellow more than any man who didn’t win the Tour. He was one of the greatest climbers in the history of the sport, but both his knees and his time ...
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