Historic Overview Erik Pettersson
Erik Håkan Pettersson (born 4 April 1944) is a retired Swedish cyclist. He was part of the road racing team of four Pettersson brothers, known as Fåglum brothers, who won the world title in 1967–1969 and a silver medal at the 1968 Olympics; three of the brothers were also part of the bronze-winning road team at the 1964 Games. In 1967 they were awarded the Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal.
Erik was the fastest sprinter among the Fåglum brothers; he was nicknamed Rödtoppen for his red hair. He turned professional after the 1969 World Championships, together with the other brothers, but had little success and retired in 1971.
Erik Pettersson - Scores by Season Tweet
|05/09||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||20|
|22/10||Olympic Games Tokyo - Road Race||11|
|02/09||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||29|
|23/10||Olympic Games Mexico - Road Race||35|
|10/11||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||3|
|Tour de l'Avenir|
|Paris - Luxembourg|
|20/09||Giro del Lazio||15|
|Paris - Nice|
|01/05||Giro di Romagna||5|
|Tour de Romandie|
|18/09||Giro del Lazio||10|