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UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's tandem

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The UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's tandem is the defunct world championship tandem event that was held annually at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships between 1966 and 1994. Czechoslovakia won with 9 titles the most times.

At the 1900 championships a tandem event was organized. This race has never been officially recognized. The Dutch duo Harrie Meyers-Fernando Tomaselli won ahead of the French duo Edmond Jacquelin-Lucien Louvet and the French-American duo Charles Vanoni-Robert Protin. Because the race was not official the medalists are not litsted here.

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UCI Track Cycling World Championships – Men's tandem Wikipedia


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