Heinz Müller (cyclist)

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Heinz Müller
Heinz Muller (1956).jpg
Personal information
Full nameHeinz Müller
Born(1924-09-16)16 September 1924
Tuningen, Germany
Died25 September 1975(1975-09-25) (aged 51)
Team information
DisciplineRoad, Track
RoleRider
Major wins
World Road Race Champion (1952)

Heinz Müller (16 September 1924 25 September 1975) was a German road bicycle racer who won the UCI Road Cycling World Championship in 1952. He also won the German National Road Race in 1953. [1]

German National Road Race Championships

The German National Road Race Championship is a cycling race organized by the German Cycling Federation. The event was established in 1910, with the women's championship starting in 1968. No competitions were held in 1914–1918, 1926/1927, 1929–1933, 1942–1945 and 1973. The winners of each event are awarded with a symbolic cycling jersey.

Contents

Palmares

1949 Bauer
1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour
4th, National Road Race Championship
1950 Bauer
8th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 7 & 15
1951 Bauer, Adria
1st, Stage 9, Deutschland Tour
1952 Bauer, Tebag
World Road Race Champion
1st, Köln Classic
4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 5, 9b & 11
1953 Bauer, Tigra, La Perle
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany Road Race Champion
1st, Stage 5, Tour du Sud-Est
1st, Stuttgart
3rd, National Sprint Championship
3rd, Overall, Deutsches Dreitagerennen
Winner Stage 1
4th, Overall, Midi Libre
1954 Tebag
1st, GP Herperdorsfer
1955 Tebag, Rabeneick, Bismarck
1st, GP Express
4th, Overall, Deutschland Tour
Winner Stages 5 & 7
5th, National Road Race Championship
1956 Bauer, Rabeneick
1st, GP Continental
3rd, National Road Race Championship
1957 Altenburger, Feru, Fichtel & Sachs
1st, Köln Classic
1st, Stage 8, Tour de Suisse
3rd, National Madison Championship (with Walter Schurmann)
5th, National Road Race Championship
1958 Altenburger, Feru, Molteni, Solo
1st, Berner Rundfahrt
1959 Altenburger, Feru
1960 Torpedo

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References

  1. "National Championship, Road, Elite, Germany". Cycling Archives. Retrieved 12 September 2014.