Herman Van Springel

1943 - Today

Herman Van Springel

Herman Van Springel (born 14 August 1943) is a Belgian former road racing cyclist, from Grobbendonk, in the Flemish Campine or Kempen region. He was an accomplished time-trial rider, almost winning the Tour de France in 1968, when he was beaten in the last stage by Dutchman, Jan Janssen in a time-trial. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Herman Van Springel has received more than 23,857 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 78th most popular cyclist.

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  • 16

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  • 1.75

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among cyclists, Herman Van Springel ranks 78 out of 904Before her are Ferdinand Bracke, Costante Girardengo, Vicente Trueba, Pedro Delgado, Vittorio Adorni, and Miguel Poblet. After her are Bernard Thévenet, Ercole Baldini, Carlo Galetti, Jean Stablinski, Mario Cipollini, and Alejandro Valverde.

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Among people born in 1943, Herman Van Springel ranks 217Before her are Nolan Bushnell, Takaji Mori, Sylvester McCoy, Stanley Fischer, Roberto Micheletti, and Eva Joly. After her are David Geffen, J. T. Walsh, Randall Duk Kim, Tadao Onishi, Douglas Tompkins, and Osamu Dezaki.

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In Belgium

Among people born in Belgium, Herman Van Springel ranks 357 out of 658Before her are Jean-Baptiste Janssens (1889), Joseph Jongen (1873), Arnulf, Count of Holland (951), George Washington (1871), Jean Stas (1813), and Bernard Voorhoof (1910). After her are Charles de Tornaco (1927), Henri Coppens (1930), Jean-Baptiste Nothomb (1805), Charles de Broqueville (1860), Jozef De Kesel (1947), and Wim Mertens (1953).