Historic Overview Miloš "Milan" Hrazdíra

Rider

Overall Rank6779
NameMiloš "Milan" HRAZDÍRA
Country
  Czechoslovakia
Date of birth23-Nov-1945 - Žďárná (Moravia)
Date of death25-Jan-1990 - Brno (Moravia)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Miloš "Milan" Hrazdíra ([ˈmɪloʃ ɦrazˈdiːra]; 23 November 1945 – 25 January 1990) was a Czech cyclist. He competed at the 1972 Summer Olympics in the 100 km team time trial and finished in 13th place. He was the first cyclist to win the Tour de Slovaquie three times, in 1967, 1968 and 1973, a record repeated only by Jiří Škoda in 1985. In 1982 he became the only cyclist in Czech history to win three national titles in one year, in the road race and individual and team time trial. He also won the 1968 Rás Tailteann.

He married Eva Hrazdíra (born 1949). They had a daughter Eva (born 1969) and two sons, Milan (born 1973) and Michal (born 1977). Both sons became cyclists, and Michal competed at the 2004 Olympics.

The street Hrazdírova in the Brno-Bosonohy area of Brno is named after him.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Tour de l'Avenir - stages 1971 (1), 1978 (1)
More results

Seasons

Miloš "Milan" Hrazdíra - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1967 Individual 31 476
2. 1968 Individual 13 620
3. 1969 Individual 9 747
4. 1971 Individual 68 361
5. 1972 Individual 35 441
6. 1974 Individual 57 390
7. 1975 Individual 9 552
8. 1976 Individual 90 325
9. 1978 Individual 19 514
10. 1979 Individual 0 1181
11. 1981 Individual 1 827
12. 1982 Individual 10 726
Overall: 342 6779