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1938 | July 5 - July 31
Paris - Paris

total distance: 4694.0 km
number of stages: 21

money for winner: 100 000 F
money total: 900 000 F

Gino Bartali | Italy | Italy | age: 24
time: 148hr 29min 12sec | average speed: 31.565 km/h
2nd place: Felicien Vervaecke (+ 18min 27sec)
3rd place: Victor Cosson (+ 29min 26sec)
winning team: Belgium
number of participants: 96
finished: 55
not finished: 41
Jerseys winners:

 Gino Bartali
 Gino Bartali


Tour de France start:

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

 4 694 / 5 745 
 81,7%


Stages

number of stages in this year*: 29 | display finish towns on map
*total number of posibbilities to win the stage

STAGES - start, finish, length, winner, time, average speed
1Paris - Caen  215.0 km  GER  Willi OBERBECK  6:38:25  32.4 km/h
2Caen - Saint-Brieuc  237.0 km  LUX  Jean MAJERUS  7:01:07  33.8 km/h
3Saint-Brieuc - Nantes  238.0 km  NED  Gerrit SCHULTE  7:39:01  31.1 km/h
4aNantes - La Roche-sur-Yon  62.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  2:03:49  30.0 km/h
4bLa Roche-sur-Yon - La Rochelle  83.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  2:34:20  36.2 km/h
4cLa Rochelle - Royan  83.0 km  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE  2:32:13  32.7 km/h
5Royan - Bordeaux  198.0 km  BEL  Eloi MEULENBERG  5:12:42  38.0 km/h
6aBordeaux - Arcachon  53.0 km  ITA  Jules ROSSI  1:16:20  41.3 km/h
6bArcachon - Bayonne  171.0 km  ITA  Glauco SERVADEI  5:06:34  33.5 km/h
7Bayonne - Pau  115.0 km  NED  Théo MIDDELKAMP  2:51:22  40.3 km/h
8Pau - Luchon  193.0 km  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE  7:15:19  26.6 km/h
9Luchon - Perpignan  260.0 km  FRA  Jean FRECHAUT  7:08:15  36.4 km/h
10aPerpignan - Narbonne  63.0 km  NED  Antoon VAN SCHENDEL  1:56:09  32.5 km/h
10bNarbonne - Beziers  27.0 km  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE  0:39:31  41.0 km/h
10cBeziers - Montpellier  73.0 km  FRA  Antonin MAGNE  2:06:23  34.7 km/h
11Montpellier - Marseille  223.0 km  ITA  Gino BARTALI  6:52:10  32.5 km/h
12Marseille - Cannes  199.0 km  FRA  Jean FRECHAUT  6:35:26  30.2 km/h
13Cannes - Digne  284.0 km  FRA  Dante GIANELLO  9:19:49  30.4 km/h
14Digne - Briançon  219.0 km  ITA  Gino BARTALI  8:49:07  24.8 km/h
15Briançon - Aix-les-Bains  311.0 km  BEL  Marcel KINT  10:52:24  28.6 km/h
16Aix-les-Bains - Besançon  284.0 km  BEL  Marcel KINT  9:39:56  29.4 km/h
17aBesançon - Belfort  89.0 km  BEL  Emile MASSON jr.  2:27:48  36.3 km/h
17bBelfort - Strasbourg  143.0 km  FRA  Jean FRECHAUT  4:30:20  31.7 km/h
18Strasbourg - Metz  186.0 km  BEL  Marcel KINT  5:43:27  32.5 km/h
19Metz - Reims  196.0 km  FRA  Fabien GALATEAU  6:35:21  29.7 km/h
20aReims - Laon  48.0 km  ITA  Glauco SERVADEI  1:03:17  45.5 km/h
20bLaon - St-Quentin  42.0 km  BEL  Felicien VERVAECKE  1:04:40  39.0 km/h
20cSt-Quentin - Lille  107.0 km  BEL  François NEUVILLE  3:07:12  34.3 km/h
21Lille - Paris  279.0 km  FRA  Andre LEDUCQ  8:54:50  31.3 km/h

as the winners of the last stage (21st stage from Lille to Paris) were declared two riders Andre Leducq and Antonin Magne


Winners of stages in 1938 by nations (6):

 nation  No.wins share (%)
 BEL  12 
 41,38% 
 FRA  7 
 24,14% 
 ITA  5 
 17,24% 
 NED  3 
 10,34% 
 GER  1 
 3,45% 
 LUX  1 
 3,45% 



Winners of stages in 1938 by cyclists (18):

 name  No.wins share (%)
 Félicien VERVAECKE  4 
 13,79% 
 Jean FRECHAUT  3 
 10,34% 
 Eloi MEULENBERG  3 
 10,34% 
 Marcel KINT  3 
 10,34% 
 Gino BARTALI  2 
 6,90% 
 Glauco SERVADEI  2 
 6,90% 
 Dante GIANELLO  1 
 3,45% 
 Emile MASSON jr.  1 
 3,45% 
 Fabien GALATEAU  1 
 3,45% 
 François NEUVILLE  1 
 3,45% 
 Willi OBERBECK  1 
 3,45% 
 Antonin MAGNE  1 
 3,45% 
 Antoon VAN SCHENDEL  1 
 3,45% 
 Théo MIDDELKAMP  1 
 3,45% 
 Jules ROSSI  1 
 3,45% 
 Gerrit SCHULTE  1 
 3,45% 
 Jean MAJERUS  1 
 3,45% 
 Andre LEDUCQ  1 
 3,45% 



Ascents

number of ascents in this year*: 13 | display ascents on map
*ascents of the second, first and "hors" category

THE ALPES [5]
Col d’Allos (2250 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Col de Vars (2110 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Galibier (2645 m):  ITA  Mario VICINI
Iseran (2770 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Izoard (2361 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
THE PYRENEES [6]
Aspin (1490 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Aubisque (1709 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Col des Ares (797 m):  FRA  Pierre GALLIEN
Peyresourde (1569 m):  BEL  Félicien VERVAECKE
Portet d’Aspet (1069 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Tourmalet (2115 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Other mountains [2]
Col de Braus (1002 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI
Col de la Faucille (1323 m):  ITA  Gino BARTALI


Winners of ascents in 1938 by nations (3):

 nation  No. wins share (%)
 ITA  10 
 76,92% 
 BEL  2 
 15,38% 
 FRA  1 
 7,69% 



Winners of ascents in 1938 by cyclists (4):

 name  No. wins share (%)
 Gino BARTALI  9 
 69,23% 
 Félicien VERVAECKE  2 
 15,38% 
 Mario VICINI  1 
 7,69% 
 Pierre GALLIEN  1 
 7,69% 



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