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    1934 - Victory for Britain

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    From 16 to 21-July-1934

    It has now been confirmed that the venue was London Olympia. And that the starters were most likely these - see the printed programme

    Van Kempen - Cozens
    Audy - Lepage
    Winter - Ottevaire [Ottevaere]
    Bartell - Malmesi
    Anhes - Aerts
    Terry - Buhler
    Bockum - Muller
    Vroomen - Miethe
    Clignet - Coomans [Koumans]
    Marcillac - Louyet [Louet]
    Kilian - Vopel
    Piano - Giliberti

     

    COZENS AND KEMPEN WIN SIX-DAY RACE
    LONDON, July 21. — At Olympia Syd Cozens and Van Kempen won a six-day cycle race with 1,406 sprint points. They covered 2,486 miles in 143 hours.” West Australian (Perth, WA) 23-Jul-1934

    INTERNATIONAL SIX DAYS’ RACE
    The Times (London, England) Tuesday 17-Jul-1934 and Monday 23-Jul-1934

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    1. Syd COZENS

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    Piet van KEMPEN

    2,486 miles

    1,406 pts

    2. Gustav KILIAN

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    Heinz VOPEL

    at 1 lap

    1,129 pts

    3. Fred OTTEVAIRE

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    Charly WINTER

     

    677 pts

    4. Werner MIETHE

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    Josef VROOMEN

     

    599 pts

    5. Hans BOCKHOM

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    Ernst MULLER

    at 2 laps

    274 pts

    6. Frank BARTELL

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    Alfredo MALMESI

     

    234 pts

    7. Joseph CLIGNET

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    Gabriel MARCILLAC

     

    192 pts

    8. Jules AUDY

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    Henri LEPAGE

    at 3 laps

    636 pts

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Sydney Turner (Syd) COZENS

    b: 17-Jul-1908 Chorlton, Manchester
    d: 5-Feb-1985 New Brunswick, Canada

    2nd Toronto Six Day 1934
    Manager - BSA Cycles 1953/54; Hercules 1955;
    GB Manager Tour de France 1955

    Piet van KEMPEN

    b: 12-Dec-1898 Ooltgensplaat, Zuid-Holland
    d: 5-May-1985 Brussel

    1st 32 Six Day Races 1921-1937

    Gustav KILIAN

    b: 3-Nov-1907 Luxembourg
    d: 19-Oct-2000 Dortmund

    Known in Germany as the “kaiser” of the Six-Day, winning 34 races between 1934 and 1951. He became a top coach, guiding Germany’s four-man pursuit team to three gold medals and six world championships between 1962 and 1976. Kilian stopped coaching at age 70, his teams gaining 17 gold medals at major events. He was a close personal friend of boxing legend Max Schmeling.

    Godfrey Alfons (Fred) OTTEVAIRE / OTTEVAERE

    b: 12-Sep-1913 USA
    d: Jan 2003

    1st Toronto Six Day 1934
    1st Buffalo Six Day 1934
    1st Minneapolis Six Day 1935
    1st Detroit Six Day 1936
    1st Minneapolis Six Day 1936
    1st Kansas City Six Day 1937

    Heinz VOPEL

    b: 5-Apr-1908 Dortmund
    d: 22-Jun-1959

    Partner of Gustav Kilian winning 29 Six Day Races 1934-1951

     

    Facts about these races are lacking - and even the limited info is sometimes contradictory.

    Does anyone have any original records or press reports?

    1923-1980 British Riders and Race Programmes

     

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