Jan Adriaensens

Jan Adriaensens
Personal information
Full name Cesar Jan Adriaensens
Born (1932-06-06) 6 June 1932
Willebroek, Belgium
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1952–1953 Libertas
1953 Rochet–Dunlop
1954 Libertas–Huret
0 Plume–Vainqueur
0 Dossche Sport
0 l'Express
0 Rochet–Dunlop
0 Alpa
1955 Libertas–Huret
0 Terrot–Hutchinson
0 Plume–Vainqueur
1956 Mercier–BP–Hutchinson
1957 Carpano–Coppi
1958 Carpano
1959 Elvé–Peugeot
0 Peugeot–BP–Dunlop
1960 Philco
1961 Groene Leeuw–SAS–Sinalco
Major wins
Four Days of Dunkirk (1956)
Infobox last updated on
1 July 2008

Jan (Cesar Jan) Adriaensens (born 6 June 1932 in Willebroek[1]) is a former Belgian road bicycle racer. He finished twice on the podium of the Tour de France, with a third place in 1956 and in 1960. In both these years, he wore the yellow jersey as the leader of the general classification.

Major victories

1st in Tour of Morocco
1st stage Four Days of Dunkirk
4th stage Four Days of Dunkirk
Winner Four Days of Dunkirk
3rd stage Paris–Nice
7th stage Vuelta a España
Tour du Tessin
Flèche Hesbignonne Evernijs (Cras Avernas)

Major endings

5th in de La Flèche Wallonne
5th in Liège–Bastogne–Liège
3rd in the Tour de France
3rd in Paris–Brussels
4th in the Tour de France
2nd place in the Belgian national championship
3rd in the Tour de France

Tour de France results


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