1921 UCI Road World Championships
Host city Copenhagen, Denmark
Date(s)  (1921-08-04)4 August 1921
Nations participating 5
Events 1
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The 1921 UCI Road World Championships took place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 4 August 1921. It was the first official World Championships organized by the UCI. The championships were only for amateur men. Four men per nation could participate.

Events summary

Men's events
Men's amateur road race Gunnar Sköld
Flag of Sweden SWE
6 h. 18 min. 22 sec. Willum Nielsen
Flag of Denmark DEN
+ 4 min. 20 sec. Charles Davey
Flag of the United Kingdom GBR
+ 4 min. 53 sec.

Sweden won the nations classification (total time of the first four riders per nation) ahead of France and Italy.

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Flag of Sweden Sweden 1 0 0 1
2 Flag of Denmark Denmark 0 1 0 1
3 Flag of the United Kingdom Great Britain 0 0 1 1
Total 1 1 1 3


The course was 190 km with the finish in Glostrup.

1Gunnar SkoeldFlag of Sweden Sweden6:18:22.
2Willum NielsenFlag of Denmark Denmark+4:20
3Charles DaveyFlag of the United Kingdom Great Britain+4:53
4Ragnar MalmFlag of Sweden Sweden+10:22
5Fernand CanteloubeFlag of France France+10:34
6Marcel HuotFlag of France France+13:57
7Frederik Ahrensborg ClausenFlag of Denmark Denmark+18:11
8Algot PerssonFlag of Sweden Sweden+20:33
9Henrik MorénFlag of Sweden Sweden+20:51
10Marcel GobillotFlag of France France+21:44
11Orla LarsenFlag of Denmark Denmark+26:10
12David MarchFlag of the United Kingdom Great Britain+27:30
13Jack RossiterFlag of the United Kingdom Great Britain+32:15
14Albert CantouFlag of France France+41:55
15Edmund HansenFlag of Denmark Denmark+47:53
16Henri GeorgeFlag of Belgium (civil) Belgium+52:57

See also


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