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1935 | July 4 - July 28
Paris - Paris

total distance: 4338.0 km
number of stages: 21

money for winner: 100 000 F
money total: 1 092 050 F

Romain Maes | Belgium | Belgium | age: 21
time: 141hr 23min 0sec | average speed: 30.650 km/h
2nd place: Ambrogio Morelli (+ 17min 52sec)
3rd place: Felicien Vervaecke (+ 24hr 6sec)
winning team: Belgium
number of participants: 93
finished: 46
not finished: 47
Jerseys winners:

 Romain Maes
 Felicien Vervaecke


Tour de France start:

Statistic of the riders:
Route length:
(compared with longest route in 1926 - 5745 km)

 4 338 / 5 745 
 75,5%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 27 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
1Paris - Lille  226.0 km  BEL  Romain MAES  7:23:58  30.5 km/h
2Lille - Charleville  192.0 km  FRA  Charles PELISSIER  5:32:18  34.7 km/h
3Charleville - Metz  161.0 km  ITA  Rafaële DI PACO  4:29:07  35.9 km/h
4Metz - Belfort  220.0 km  BEL  Jean AERTS  7:00:14  31.4 km/h
5aBelfort - Genève  262.0 km  FRA  Maurice ARCHAMBAUD  8:21:22  31.4 km/h
5bGenève - Evian  58.0 km  ITA  Rafaële DI PACO  1:37:24  35.7 km/h
6Evian - Aix-les-Bains  207.0 km  FRA  René VIETTO  6:23:42  32.4 km/h
7Aix-les-Bains - Grenoble  229.0 km  ITA  Francesco CAMUSSO  7:33:13  30.3 km/h
8Grenoble - Gap  102.0 km  BEL  Jean AERTS  3:24:07  30.0 km/h
9Gap - Digne  227.0 km  FRA  René VIETTO  8:01:27  28.3 km/h
10Digne - Nice  156.0 km  BEL  Jean AERTS  4:22:35  35.6 km/h
11Nice - Cannes  126.0 km  BEL  Romain MAES  4:24:53  28.5 km/h
12Cannes - Marseille  195.0 km  FRA  Charles PELISSIER  6:03:02  32.2 km/h
13aMarseille - Nîmes  112.0 km  ITA  Vasco BERGAMASCHI  4:09:16  27.0 km/h
13bNîmes - Montpellier  56.0 km  FRA  Georges SPEICHER  1:16:04  41.0 km/h
14aMontpellier - Narbonne  103.0 km  FRA  René LE GREVES  3:55:12  26.3 km/h
14bNarbonne - Perpignan  63.0 km  FRA  Maurice ARCHAMBAUD  1:39:08  38.1 km/h
15Perpignan - Luchon  325.0 km  BEL  Sylvère MAES  11:39:23  27.9 km/h
16Luchon - Pau  194.0 km  ITA  Ambrogio MORELLI  7:12:22  26.9 km/h
17Pau - Bordeaux  224.0 km  FRA  Julien MOINEAU  7:34:30  29.6 km/h
18aBordeaux - Rochefort  159.0 km  FRA  René LE GREVES  4:17:51  37.0 km/h
18bRochefort - La Rochelle  33.0 km  FRA  André LEDUCQ  0:51:45  38.3 km/h
19aLa Rochelle - La Roche-sur-Yon  81.0 km  FRA  René LE GREVES  2:54:51  27.8 km/h
19bLa Roche-sur-Yon - Nantes  95.0 km  BEL  Jean AERTS  2:45:47  34.4 km/h
20aNantes - Vire  220.0 km  FRA  René LE GREVES  8:33:13  25.7 km/h
20bVire - Caen  55.0 km  ITA  Ambrogio MORELLI  1:25:19  38.7 km/h
21Caen - Paris  221.0 km  BEL  Romain MAES  6:57:45  31.7 km/h


Winners of stages in 1935 by nations (3):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 FRA  13 
 48,15% 
 BEL  8 
 29,63% 
 ITA  6 
 22,22% 



Winners of stages in 1935 by cyclists (14):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 René LE GREVES  4 
 14,81% 
 Jean AERTS  4 
 14,81% 
 Romain MAES  3 
 11,11% 
 Rafaële DI PACO  2 
 7,41% 
 Maurice ARCHAMBAUD  2 
 7,41% 
 Charles PELISSIER  2 
 7,41% 
 Ambrogio MORELLI  2 
 7,41% 
 René VIETTO  2 
 7,41% 
 Julien MOINEAU  1 
 3,70% 
 Sylvère MAES  1 
 3,70% 
 Georges SPEICHER  1 
 3,70% 
 Vasco BERGAMASCHI  1 
 3,70% 
 Francesco CAMUSSO  1 
 3,70% 
 André LEDUCQ  1 
 3,70% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 19 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [9]
Aravis (1498 m):  FRA  René VIETTO
Col Bayard (1246 m):  FRA  Gaby RUOZZI
Col d’Allos (2250 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Col de Tamié (907 m):  FRA  René VIETTO
Col de Vars (2110 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Col du Télégraphe (1566 m):  ITA  Francesco CAMUSSO
Cote de Laffrey (900 m):  FRA  Gaby RUOZZI
Galibier (2645 m):  FRA  Gaby RUOZZI
Lautaret (2058 m):  FRA  Gaby RUOZZI
THE PYRENEES [7]
Aspin (1490 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Aubisque (1709 m):  ITA  Ambrogio MORELLI
Col de Port (1249 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Peyresourde (1569 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Portet d’Aspet (1069 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Puymorens (1915 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Tourmalet (2115 m):  BEL  Sylvère MAES
Other mountains [3]
Ballon d’Alsace (1178 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Castillon (706 m):  ITA  Francesco CAMUSSO
Col de Braus (1002 m):  FRA  Gaby RUOZZI


Winners of ascents in 1935 by nations (3):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 BEL  9 
 47,37% 
 FRA  7 
 36,84% 
 ITA  3 
 15,79% 



Winners of ascents in 1935 by cyclists (6):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Félicien VERVAECKE  8 
 42,11% 
 Gaby RUOZZI  5 
 26,32% 
 René VIETTO  2 
 10,53% 
 Francesco CAMUSSO  2 
 10,53% 
 Ambrogio MORELLI  1 
 5,26% 
 Sylvère MAES  1 
 5,26% 



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