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1977 Paris - Roubaix

75th edition: Sunday, April 17, 1977

Complete results

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The Race:

The 1977 Paris Roubaix was 250.5 km long and raced at an average speed of 40.464 km/hr

There were 149 starters and 43 classified finishers

With about 30 kilometers to go there were 22 riders left in the front group.

Soon thereafter Roger de Vlaeminck flew away and was never seen again, allowing him to earn his record-setting fourth Paris-Roubaix win. So far, only Tom Boonen has managed to equal de Vlaeminck's four wins.

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Roger de Vlaeminck staying off the cobbles, taking his chances riding in the gutter. Here he is on his way to winning his fourth Paris-Roubaix.


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Complete Results:

  1. Roger de Vlaeminck (Brooklyn) 6hr 11min 26sec.
  2. Paris–Roubaix: The Inside Story
  3. Willy Teirlinck (Gitane-Campagnolo) @ 1min 30sec
  4. Freddy Maertens (Flandria-Velda) @ 1min 39sec
  5. Ronald de Witte (Brooklyn) s.t.
  6. Piet van Katwijk (TI-Raleigh) s.t.
  7. Jan Raas (Frisol-Gazelle) s.t.
  8. Willem Peeters (Ijsboerke) s.t.
  9. Dietrich Thurau (TI-Raleigh) s.t.
  10. Herman van Springel (Ijsboerke) s.t.
  11. Hennie Kuiper (TI-Raleigh) s.t.
  12. Eddy Merckx (Fiat) s.t.
  13. Raymond Poulidor (Miko-Mercier) s.t.
  14. Francesco Moser (Sanson) s.t.
  15. Marc Demeyer (Flandria-Velda) s.t.
  16. Walter Godefroot (Ijsboerke) s.t.
  17. Jean-Luc Vandenbroucke (Peugeot) s.t.
  18. Willy de Geest (Brooklyn) s.t.
  19. André Dierickx (Maes Pils-Mini Flat) s.t.
  20. Michel Pollentier (Flandria-Velda) s.t.
  21. Jacques Martin (Fiat) s.t.
  22. Joop Zoetemelk (Miko-Mercier) s.t.
  23. Walter Planckaert (Maes Pils-Mini Flat) @ 5min 23sec
  24. Cees Priem (Frisol-Gazelle) s.t.
  25. Guido van Sweevelt (Ijsboerke) s.t.
  26. Roger Rosiers (Frisol-Gazelle) s.t.
  27. Pol Verschure (Flandria-Velda) @ 15min 24sec
  28. Jean-Jacques Fussien (FFC) @ 18min 54sec
  29. Vittorio Algeri (G.B.C.)@ 19min 13sec
  30. Gérard Simonot (Peugeot) s.t.
  31. Roy Schuiten (Lejeune) s.t.
  32. Ronny van Marcke (Carlos-Gipiemme) @ 19min 59sec
  33. Joël Hauvieux (Lejeune) s.t.
  34. Roland Berland (Gitane-Campagnolo) s.t.
  35. Carlos Cuyle (Flandria-Velda) s.t.
  36. Jean-Pierre Danguillaume (Peugeot) s.t.
  37. André Mollet (Maes Pils-Mini Flat) s.t.
  38. Bernard Draux (Fiat) @ 26min 27sec
  39. Gregor Braun (Peugeot) s.t.
  40. Bruno Vicino (G.B.C.) @ 35min 1sec
  41. Keith Lambert (Holdsworth-Campagnolo) s.t.
  42. Dirk Baert (Carlos-Gipiemme) s.t.
  43. Geoff Wiles (Holdsworth-Campagnolo) s.t.
  44. Phil Corley (Holdsworth-Campagnolo) s.t.

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