mardi 22 novembre 2016

Palmarès: THEO VERSCHUEREN.


Theo Verschueren (né le 27 janvier 1943 à Sint Jansteen (Pays-Bas)) est un coureur cycliste belge. Il a notamment été champion du monde de demi-fond en 1971 et 1972.

Palmarès sur route

1963

GP Stad Zottegem (20/8)
  10th place
GP Brasschaat (3/9)
  3rd place
GP Orchies (19/9)
  7th place

1964

GP Flandria (19/7)
  2nd place
GP Belgie (9/8)
  5th place
Fleche Anversoise (15/8)
  1st place
GP Orchies (17/9)
  1st place

1965

E3 Prijs Harelbeke (27/3)
  6th place
Paris - Roubaix (11/4)
  62nd place
Fleche Enghiennoise (23/4)
  6th place

1966

Omloop Het Volk (5/3)
  13rd place
Milano - San Remo (19/3)
  113rd place
Gent - Wevelgem (23/3)
  25th place
Circuit des 11 Villes (27/3)
  9th place
Jeuk - Ougree (21/4)
  5th place
Paris - Bruxelles (24/4)
  14th place
La Flèche Wallonne (29/4)
  42nd place
GP Belgie (7/8)
  10th place

1967

Circuit de Flandres Centrale (29/4)
  2nd place
De Pinte (6/5)
  3rd place
Omloop van Midden-Belgie (4/6)
  7th place

1969

Milano - San Remo (19/3)
  107th place
Circuit Escaut-Durme (7/6)
  7th place

1970

Paris - Roubaix (12/4)
  31st place
Brussel - Meulebeke (31/5)
  6th place
Sluitingsprijs (13/10)
  7th place

1972

Prix de St. Amands (7/6)
  7th place
Criterium des As (20/8)
  10th place

1973

Circuit de Flandres Centrale (20/5)
  8th place
Circuit Escaut-Durme (2/6)
  5th place

1974

Circuit Franco-Belge (2-5/5)
  10th place

Résultats sur les grands tours

Tour d'Italie

1967 : abandon

Tour d'Espagne

1970 : abandon


Palmarès sur piste

Important victories
  World Championships - Demi Fond (1971, 1972)

1961/1962

World Championships
  4th place in Demi Fond

1963/1964

Six Days Brussel
  3rd place

1964/1965

Six Days Zurich (26/11-2/12/1964)
  7th place
Six Days Berlijn
  10th place
Six Days Gent
  6th place
European Championships (6/2/1965)
  2nd place in Derny
Six Days Antwerpen (24/2-2/3/1965)
  3rd place
European Championships (5/3/1965)
  6th place in Madison
European Championships (14/3/1965)
  4th place in Omnium Endurance

1965/1966

Six Days Brussel (10-16/11/1965)
  8th place

1967/1968

Six Days London (18-23/9/1967)
  8th place
Six Days Gent (20-26/11/1967)
  6th place
Six Days Zurich (30/11-6/12/1967)
  6th place
Six Days Amsterdam (7-13/12/1967)
  6th place
Six Days Charleroi (15-21/12/1967)
  2nd place
European Championships (10-11/2/1968)
  1st place in Derny
Six Days Antwerpen (23-29/2/1968)
  11st place
  1st place
European Championships (1/3/1968)
  6th place in Madison

1968/1969

Six Days Rotterdam (1-7/5/1968)
  6th place
Six Days London (8-14/9/1968)
  8th place
Six Days Berlijn (3-9/10/1968)
  6th place
Six Days Gent (18-24/11/1968)
  8th place
European Championships (8/12/1968)
  4th place in Madison
Six Days Charleroi (13-19/12/1968)
  7th place
Six Days Rotterdam
  6th place
European Championships (2/2/1969)
  2nd place in Derny
Six Days Antwerpen (14-20/2/1969)
  3rd place
Six Days Berlijn (27/3-2/4/1969)
  5th place

1969/1970

World Championships (5-9/8/1969)
  2nd place in Demi Fond
European Championships (27/9/1969)
  4th place in Demi Fond
Six Days Berlijn (2-8/10/1969)
  5th place
Six Days Gent (17-23/11/1969)
  4th place
Six Days Zurich (27/11-3/12/1969)
  6th place
Six Days Charleroi (12-18/12/1969)
  5th place
European Championships (24-25/1/1970)
  2nd place in Derny
Six Days Antwerpen (6-12/2/1970)
  3rd place
Six Days Groningen (25/2-3/3/1970)
  5th place

1970/1971

World Championships (8-12/8/1970)
  2nd place in Demi Fond
Six Days London (18-23/9/1970)
  6th place
Six Days Brussel (6-12/11/1970)
  4th place
Six Days Gent (16-22/11/1970)
  7th place
Six Days Rotterdam (16-22/1/1971)
  3rd place
European Championships (7/2/1971)
  1st place in Derny
Six Days Antwerpen (19-25/2/1971)
  3rd place
Six Days Groningen (3-9/3/1971)
  4th place

1971/1972

World Championships (31/8/1971)
  1st place in Demi Fond
Six Days Dortmund (21-27/10/1971)
  9th place
Six Days Frankfurt (29/10-4/11/1971)
  9th place
Six Days Gent (22-28/11/1971)
  3rd place
Six Days Zurich (6-12/12/1971)
  7th place
European Championships (17/12/1971)
  1st place in Derny
European Championships (18/12/1971)
  9th place in Madison
Six Days Keulen (27/12/1971-2/1/1972)
  6th place
Six Days Bremen (6-12/1/1972)
  12nd place
Six Days Rotterdam (20-26/1/1972)
  5th place
European Championships (30/1/1972)
  2nd place in Demi Fond
Six Days Antwerpen (11-17/2/1972)
  1st place
Six Days Milaan (18-24/2/1972)
  10th place
Six Days Groningen (29/2-6/3/1972)
  2nd place

1972/1973

World Championships (2/8/1972)
  1st place in Demi Fond
Six Days Berlijn (12-18/10/1972)
  6th place
Six Days Dortmund (19-25/10/1972)
  6th place
Six Days Frankfurt (30/10-5/11/1972)
  9th place
Six Days Munich (8-14/11/1972)
  5th place
Six Days Gent (20-26/11/1972)
  5th place
Six Days Zurich (27/11-3/12/1972)
  6th place
Six Days Keulen (28/12/1972-3/1/1973)
  6th place
Six Days Bremen (4-10/1/1973)
  7th place
Six Days Rotterdam (18-23/1/1973)
  6th place
European Championships (28/1/1973)
  2nd place in Demi Fond
European Championships (10/2/1973)
  1st place in Derny
Six Days Milaan (12-18/2/1973)
  7th place
Six Days Antwerpen (3-9/3/1973)
  3rd place

1973/1974

Six Days Berlijn (4-9/10/1973)
  8th place
Six Days Munich (8-13/11/1973)
  11st place
Six Days Gent (19-24/11/1973)
  3rd place
European Championships (7/12/1973)
  1st place in Derny
European Championships (21/12/1973)
  6th place in Madison
Six Days Keulen (28/12/1973-2/1/1974)
  10th place
Six Days Bremen (11-16/1/1974)
  7th place

1974/1975

World Championships (20/8/1974)
  2nd place in Demi Fond

Palmarès
http://www.cyclebase.nl/?lang=en&page=renner&jrg=0&discipline=2&id=17588
photo
http://www.cyclebase.nl/?lang=en&page=renner&jrg=0&discipline=2&id=23225







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