Milan-San Remo Cycling Race 1957

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    Milan and San Remo, Italy.

    Cycle Racers start the 43rd Milano-San Remo race. Fifteen racers take the lead along Lombardy plain roads, climbing on Turchino ramp, they race along together. CU Nicholas Barone (France) No 51 sprints along alone. Six racers contending the victory, they are:- De Bruyne, Schepens, Plankaert, Miguel Poblet, Brian Robinson and Nicholas Barone. Racers coming up to the finish, won by Poblet, de Bruyne and Robinson. Crowd round Poblet, after finish of race. CU Miguel Poblet.

    (FG) Old record suggests material may date from around 23/03/1957.

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    British Pathé
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    01:25:35:00 / 01:27:22:00
    UN 2942 D
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    UN 2942 D
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