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1905 Paris - Roubaix

10th edition: Sunday, April 23, 1905

Complete results

Paris-Roubaix podium history | 1904 edition | 1906 edition

Cycling's World Championships

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The race and its winner:

The 1905 Paris-Roubaix was 268 km long and raced at an average speed of 33.206 km/h.

63 starters and 26 classified finishers

1905 was Louis Trousselier's year. He was the first rider to perform a Paris-Roubaix/Tour de France double. That year he also won Paris-Valenciennes and Brussels-Roubaix.

He went on to get third in the 1906 Tour de France and win the 1908 edition of Bordeaux-Paris.

By the end of his racing career he had won 13 Tour de France stages.

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Louis Trousselier

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Complete Results:

    Paris–Roubaix: The Inside Story
  1. Louis Trousselier (France) @ 8hr 4min 15sec
  2. René Pottier (France) @ 7min
  3. Henri Cornet (France) @ 16min
  4. Hippolyte Aucouturier (France) @ 23min
  5. Edouard Wattelier (France) @ 48min
  6. Claude Chapperon (France) @ 57min
  7. Alois Catteau (Belgium) @ 1hr 6min
  8. Paul Chauvet (France) @ 1hr 12min
  9. Lazare Brault (France) @ 1hr 20min
  10. Louis Colsaet (France) @ 1hr 20min 1sec
  11. Albert Dartois (France) @ 1hr 28min
  12. Jules Sales (Belgium) @ 1hr 31min
  13. Antony Wattelier (France) @ 1hr 35min
  14. Eugène Christophe (France) @ 1hr 38min
  15. A. Van Meerhaeghe (Belgium) @ 1hr 59min
  16. E. Verinamen (France) @ 2hr 49min
  17. Léonard Vendendaelen (France) @ 2hr 59min
  18. Jules Baudry (France0 @ 3hr 2min
  19. Revirebil (Netherlands) @ 3hr 14min
  20. Lambert Lumet (Netherlands) @ 3hr 24min
  21. François Poiry (France) @ 3hr 29min
  22. J. Olivier (France) @ 3hr 56min
  23. F. Crombez (France) @ 4hr 44min
  24. L. Treuvelot (France) @ 4hr 48min
  25. E. Carbonnois (France) @ 5hr 8min
  26. Maurand Delcambre (France) @ 5hr 9min

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