Historic Overview George Mount
George Lewis Mount (born September 14, 1955) is an American Olympic and professional cyclist. Mount was sixth at the 1976 Montreal Olympics road race and later with the 1980 Olympic boycott looming launched a professional career and propelled the US into post-war international cycling.
Mount raced professionally in the US and Europe, the first American to break into European road racing. In 1997 Mount was inducted to the United States Bicycling Hall of Fame. He earned the nickname "Smilin' George".
George Mount - Scores by Season Tweet
|26/07||Olympic Games Montreal - Road Race||6|
|26/08||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||55|
|25/08||World Championships Road Race (Amateurs)||20|
|Tour de l'Avenir|
|4.||1980||Mobili San Giacomo - Benotto||47||423|
|25/08||Tre Valli Varesine||9|
|5.||1981||Sammontana - Benotto||191||266|
|30/08||World Championships Road Race||46|
|05/09||Giro del Veneto||39|
|6.||1982||Sammontana - Benotto||93||367|
|02/05||Meisterschaft von Zürich||42|
|7.||1983||Aspen Skiwear - Colombus||0||1046|