Jean Stablewski , known as Jean Stablinski (born the May 21st 1932 with Thun-Saint-Amand, Northern - deceased the July 22nd 2007, of the continuations of a long illness) was a racing cyclist French of Polish origin , which made a brilliant career of 1952 with 1968, gaining on the whole 105 professional victories. It was marked by four titles of champion of France on road (1960, 1962, 1963, 1964), a title of world champion on road (1962) as well as the first edition of the Amstel Gold Race in 1966.
Jean Stablinski was wire of Polish immigrants in the field of the North of France. When his/her father died of an industrial accident in 1946, the teenager, 14 years old, started to work with the mine to make live his family. In parallel it gained a racing cycle to a contest of accordion and started to make cycling. The mother did not tolerate the pastime of her son and, in her anger, has, appears it, destroys one day a handlebar of bicycle. At the 16 years age, it was naturalized and disputed its first races; at the 21 years age, it signed its first professional contract.
Stablinski - with the name generally shortened in Stab - was made known, especially, by its quadruple victory and its two places of second to the professional championship of France over road, the whole in six years, a series of success ever equalized until today and which was worth to him the nickname of “ Mr France ”. During its professional path, of 1952 until 1968, it gained 105 professional victories on the whole, becoming world champion in 1962 whereas it never managed to gain the Tour de France or the Giro of Italy.
After the end of its professional path, it became for 6 years director of the French Team Sonolor Lejeune. Lucien Van Impe and Bernard Hinault belonged to its discoveries. His/her son, Jacques Stablinski, born in 1956, became also professional racing cyclist and ran inter alia for the team Gitane Campagnolo where it accepted the nickname of “small Stab”, but it did not manage to renew successes of his father.
Stablinski was professional cyclist of 1953 to 1968. It gained many races, including the Vuelta, the championship of the world, four French national titles and several traditional. Stablinski took part in 12 Tours of France and gained stages in the three Large Turns.
In the groups it was called “Polac” from its origins, it was a fighter crafty one who was the principal lieutenant of Jacques Anquetil. It was suspended twice due to doping.
- professional World champion on road: 1962
- professional Champion of France: 1960,1962,1963,1964 (2nd: 1961,1966)
- military Champion of France: 1953
- Turn of Spain: 1958
- Tour de France: 5 stages between 1957 and 1967
- Amstel Gold Race: 1966
- Paris-Brussels: 1963
- Paris-Luxembourg: 1965
- Paris-Valencians: 1955
- Paris-Bourges: 1954
- Genoa-Nice: 1960
- Grand Prix of Frankfurt: 1965 (Henninger-Turm)
- Trophy Baracchi: 1965 (with Jacques Anquetil)
- Turn of South-east: 1965
- Tower of the English Channel: 1953
- Turn of Oise: 1957
- Turn of Haute-Loire: 1963
- Turn of Picardy: 1965
- Grand Prix of Fourmies: 1957
- Grand Prix of Orchies: 1960
- Grand Prix of Isbergues: 1966
- Grand Prix of Denain: 1968
- Roquevaires Loops: 1961
- Three sisters Cities: 1962
- Templeuve : 1964
- Gippingen : 1965
- Bordeaux-Paris: 2nd in 1964 and 1965
AnecdoteIt is the tenth cyclist of the Tour de France to gain stages over one period of at least 10 years. He succeeds thus Jean Alavoine, Henri Pelissier, Philippe Thys, Louis Mottiat, André Leducq, Antonin Magne, Rene Vietto, Gino Bartali and André Darrigade. Raymond Poulidor, Felice Gimondi, Gerben Karstens, Ferdinand Bracke, Joaquim Agostinho, Lucien Van Impe, Lance Armstrong, Richard Virenque and Cédric Vasseur are the other cyclists who republished this performance.
During its retirement, in North, it had not ceased unearthing new sectors paved to make it possible Paris-Roubaix to survive the urbanization.
It had in particular found the famous one sliced of Wallers-Arenberg, most famous of the paved sectors. As of 14 years, he had worked as minor in the mining center being next to this way.
- Radsportseite.de: Porträt of the " Mr France"
- List of its successes ('' Palmarès '')
- Walter Rottiers, Die großen Radsportstars , München, 1991 (ISBN 3767903431)
- Jean-Yves Herbeuval and Rene Deruyk, secrecies of the wizard Jean Stablinski , the Voice of North, 2000 (ISBN 2908260530)
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