Historic Overview Patrick Sercu

Rider

Overall Rank427
NamePatrick SERCU
Country
  Belgium
Date of birth27-Jun-1944 - Roeselare (West Vlaanderen)
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Patrick Sercu - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1964 Solo 0 801
2. 1965 Solo 14 549
3. 1966 Solo 13 530
4. 1967 Flandria 1 651
5. 1968 Faema 56 331
6. 1969 Faema 528 94
7. 1970 Dreher 812 55
8. 1971 Dreher 772 52
9. 1972 Dreher 492 105
10. 1973 Brooklyn 746 61
11. 1974 Brooklyn 1274 24
12. 1975 Brooklyn 629 60
13. 1976 Brooklyn 517 84
14. 1977 Fiat 1084 29
15. 1978 Zeepcentrales 87 284
16. 1979 Zeepcentrales 142 229
17. 1980 Marc 45 355
18. 1981 IWC 1 616
19. 1982 IWC 5 575
20. 1983 Imex 0 680
Overall: 7218 427

Biography

Patrick Sercu (born 27 June 1944) is a retired Belgian cyclist who was active on the road and track between 1961 and 1983. On track, he won the gold medal in the 1 km time trial at the 1964 Summer Olympics, as well as three world titles in the sprint, in 1963, 1967 and 1969. On the road, he earned the green jersey in the 1974 Tour de France. Sercu is the record holder for the number of six-day track race victories, having won 88 events out of 223 starts between 1961 and 1983; several of these wins were with cycling great Eddy Merckx. He also won six stages at the Tour de France and eleven stages at the Giro d’Italia.

source - Wikipedia