Six Days of Rotterdam

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Six Days of Rotterdam
Race details
DateEarly January (since 1971)
Region Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Discipline Track
Type Six-day racing
History
First edition1936 (1936)
Editions35 (as of 2017)
Most recentFlag of Germany.svg  Christian Grasmann  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Roger Kluge  (GER)

The Six Days of Rotterdam is a six-day track cycling race held annually in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The event was first held in 1936. [1]

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Winners

YearWinnersSecondThird
1936Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Pijnenburg  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Cor Wals  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Adolphe Charlier  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans Slaats  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Kees Pellenaars  (NED)
Flag of Germany (1935-1945).svg  Adolf Schön  (GER)
1937Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Buysse  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Albert Billiet  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Kees Pellenaars  (NED)
Flag of Germany (1935-1945).svg  Adolf Schön  (GER)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Louis van Schjindel  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frans van den Broeck  (NED)
1938-67Not raced
1968Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Post  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Klaus Bugdahl  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gérard Koel  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Sigi Renz  (FRG)
1969Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Romain Deloof  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Post  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Klaus Bugdahl  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gérard Koel  (NED)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Freddy Eugen  (DEN)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Graeme Gilmore  (AUS)
1970Not raced
1971Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Post  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Sigi Renz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Theo Verschueren  (BEL)
1972Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Klaus Bugdahl  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dieter Kemper  (FRG)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Graeme Gilmore  (AUS)
Flag of France.svg  Alain Van Lancker  (FRA)
1973Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dieter Kemper  (FRG)
1974Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of France.svg  Jacky Mourioux  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Alain Van Lancker  (FRA)
1975Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerben Karstens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Roy Schuiten  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of France.svg  Alain Van Lancker  (FRA)
1976Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eddy Merckx  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Günter Haritz  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léo Duyndam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerben Karstens  (NED)
1977Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Günter Haritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Freddy Maertens  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
1978Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Wilfried Peffgen  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerben Karstens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Roy Schuiten  (NED)
1979Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
1980Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Raas  (NED)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
1981Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Raas  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
1982Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
1983Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Patrick Sercu  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Gert Frank  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jan Raas  (NED)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Donald Allan  (AUS)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
1984Flag of Switzerland.svg  Urs Freuler  (SUI)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Horst Schütz  (FRG)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Gary Wiggins  (AUS)
Flag of Germany.svg  Albert Fritz  (FRG)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
1985Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Stan Tourné  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Gerrie Knetemann  (NED)
1986Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Italy.svg  Francesco Moser  (ITA)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  René Pijnen  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Eric Vanderaerden  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Bert Oosterbosch  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Dietrich Thurau  (FRG)
1987Flag of Italy.svg  Pierangelo Bincoletto  (ITA)
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of Germany.svg  Josef Kristen  (FRG)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Teun van Vliet  (NED)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Stevenhaagen  (NED)
1988Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Danny Clark  (AUS)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tony Doyle  (GBR)
Flag of Liechtenstein.svg  Roman Hermann  (LIE)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Teun van Vliet  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Stan Tourné  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Etienne De Wilde  (BEL)
2005Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Robert Slippens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Kurt Betschart  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jimmi Madsen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jakob Piil  (DEN)
2006Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Robert Slippens  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Matthew Gilmore  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Andreas Beikirch  (GER)
2007Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Italy.svg  Marco Villa  (ITA)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
2008Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
2009Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)
Flag of Spain.svg  Juan Llaneras  (ESP)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Leif Lampater  (GER)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
2010Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Bruno Risi  (SUI)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
2011Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Léon van Bon  (NED)
Flag of Germany.svg  Robert Bartko  (GER)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Pim Ligthart  (NED)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Jens-Erik Madsen  (DEN)
2012Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Jens Mouris  (NED)
Flag of Switzerland.svg  Franco Marvulli  (SUI)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Danny Stam  (NED)
2013Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Peter Schep  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Nick Stöpler  (NED)
2014Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny De Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Jasper De Buyst  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
2015Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Iljo Keisse  (BEL)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Alex Rasmussen  (DEN)
Flag of Spain.svg  David Muntaner  (ESP)
Flag of Spain.svg  Albert Torres  (ESP)
2016Flag of Spain.svg  Sebastian Mora  (ESP)
Flag of Spain.svg  Albert Torres  (ESP)
Flag of France.svg  Morgan Kneisky  (FRA)
Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Grasmann  (GER)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
2017Flag of Germany.svg  Christian Grasmann  (GER)
Flag of Germany.svg  Roger Kluge  (GER)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Michael Mørkøv  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Lasse Norman Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Dylan van Baarle  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)
2018Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Kenny de Ketele  (BEL)
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Moreno de Pauw  (BEL)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)
Flag of France.svg  Morgan Kniesky  (FRA)
Flag of France.svg  Benjamin Thomas  (FRA)
2019Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Niki Terpstra  (NED)
Flag of France.svg  Thomas Boudat  (FRA)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Lasse Norman Hansen  (DEN)
Flag of Denmark.svg  Marc Hester  (DEN)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Yoeri Havik  (NED)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Wim Stroetinga  (NED)

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