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 JEANNIE LONGO on the ACCEL disc wheel.

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Birth Date: 12/31/58     Home: St. Martin le Vinoux, France    Originally From: Annecy, France    Career: Cyclist

Jeannie is a 3-time winner of the Tour Cycliste Feminin and she is an 18-Time French National Road Champion. She has set numerous world records throughout her career. In the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games she finished 6th after suffering a minor collision and then a mechanical problem as aresult of the impact...she walked across the line with a broken derailleur. She also visited the 1988 Olympics in Seoul she did not come home with a medal. However in 1992 at Barcelona she rode away with the silver. In her first ICW in 1989 she entered under the Jane Ciprelli (her husband's last name) to maintain a low profile. She went on to win the race.
Jeannie holds the World Hour Record,  set in Mexico City in October of 1996. IThe current mark is 48.159 kilometers in the one hour span.

2001 World Time Trial Champion

1996 Olympic Gold Medalist

13 World Championship Jerseys (Road and Track)

World Hour Record Holder (45.094 kms)


Jeannie Longo - Career Highlights

2001 Race Results

UCI Points List - 11th place 
World Championships 
Time Trial - 1st place 
Road Race - 3rd place 
Grande Boucle Féminine (2.9.1) 
Final Overall General Classification - 9th place 
Stage 2 (Barèges to Campan) - 2nd place 
Stage 10 (Saint-Galmier to Rive-de-Gier TT, 42.8 km) - 2nd place 
Hewlett Packard Women's Challenge (2.9.1) 
Final Overall General Classification - 5th place 
Points Classification - 2nd place 
Mountains Classification - 1st place 
Sprints Classification - 5th place 
Stage 1 (Boise to Idaho City) - 1st place 
Stage 3 (Stanley to Ketchum) - 3rd place 
Stage 4 (Sun Valley Time Trial, 5.1 km) - 2nd place 
Stage 5 (Elkhorn Resort Circuit Race) - 8th place 
Stage 7 (Burley to Pomerelle) - 3rd place 
Stage 8 (Burley to Magic Mountain) - 6th place 
Stage 9 (Twin Falls to Buhl) - 6th place 
Stage 11 (Emmett to Firebird Time Trial, 21 km) - 2nd place 
Montréal (Can) World Cup - 6th place 
Grand prix de Haute-Garonne - 6th place 
Redlands Bicycle Classic (2.9.2) 
Stage 1 (Mt. Rubidoux Time Trial, 5 km) - 9th place 
Stage 3 (Sun Time Trial, 17.3 km) - 6th place 



2000 Race Results

Official World Hour Record - 45.094 km 
World Championships 
Time Trial - 2nd place 
Olympic Games (Sydney, Aus) 
Time Trial - 3rd place 
Killington Stage Race 
Final Overall GC - 1st place 
Mountains Classification - 2nd place 
Stage 1 (Brandon Gap Road Race) - 1st place 
Stage 2 (Rutland Criterium) - 10th place 
Stage 3 - 1st place 
Mt. Washington Hill Climb - 1st place (course record) 
GP Féminine International du Québec (2.9.2) 
Final Overall GC - 2nd place 
Mountains Classification - 1st place 
Stage 2 (Frelighsburg to Frelighsburg) - 6th place 
Stage 3 (Richford to Lac Brome) - 4th place 
Stage 4 (Bedford Time Trial) - 3rd place 
Stage 6 (Sutton to Mount Sutton) - 3rd place 
Tour Feminin de Bretagne (2.9.2) 
Stage 3 (Baud to Baud) - 1st place 
Stage 4b (Le Bouexiere) - 2nd place 
Hewlett Packard Women's Challenge (2.9.1) 
Final Overall GC - 4th place 
Points Classification - 3rd place 
Mountains Classification - 1st place 
Stage 2 (Lowman to Stanley) - 1st place 
Stage 3 (Elkhorn Circuit Race) - 2nd place 
Stage 4 (Rupert to Pomerelle) - 1st place 
Stage 5 (Burley South Individual Time Trial) - 1st place 
Stage 6 (Burley to Buhl) - 9th place 
Tour of the Gila 
Final Overall GC - 2nd place 
Stage 1 (Tyrone Time Trial) - 1st place 
Stage 2 (Silver City to Mogollon Road Race) - 4th place 
Stage 5 (Gila Monster Road Race) - 1st place 
Vuelta Navarra Feminas 
Final Overall GC - 9th place 
Stage 2b (Arizaleta Time Trial) - 3rd place 
Stage 3 (Adrian to Pamplona) - 10th place 



1999 Race Results

Trophee d'Or 
Overall GC - 6th place 
stage 3 - 2nd place 
stage 4 - 4th place 
French Championships 
Road Race - 1st place 
Time Trial - 1st place 
Hewlett Packard LaserJet Women's Challenge 
Overall GC - 1st place 
stage 2 (Lowman to Stanley) - 1st place 
stage 3 (Stanley to Ketchum) - 2nd place 
stage 4 (Sun Valley Time Trial) - 1st place 
stage 5 (Elkhorn Circuit Race) - 6th place 
stage 8 (Massacre Rocks to Pomerelle) - 7th place 
stage 11 (Swan Falls to Melba Time Trial) - 1st place 
QOM competition - 3rd place 
Points jersey competition - 3rd place 



1998 Race Results

World Championships 
Time Trial - 5th place 
Road Race - 9th place 
French Road Race Championship - 1st place 
International Women's Challenge 
Overall GC - 4th place 
Prologue (Bogus Basin Time Trial) - 4th place 
Sourdough to Galena Road Race - 6th place 

World Cup #3 (Montreal) - 2nd place 
Trois Jours de Vendee 
stage 3 (Time Trial) - 1st place 
Canberra Cycling Classic (Tour de Snowy) 
Overall GC - 3rd place 
stage 1 - 1st place 
stage 4 - 9th place 
stage 5 (TT) - 3rd place 
Sydney (Aus) World Cup - 11th place 
Giro dei 6 Comuni - 4th place 



1997 Race Results

World Championships 
Time Trial - 1st place 
GP des Nations Time Trial - 1st place 
Trophee d'Or 
Overall GC - 1st place 
2 stage victories 
Interreg-Dreilaender Damen Tour - 3rd place (Overall GC) 
Trois Jours de Vendee - 3rd place (Overall GC) 
Vuelta a Majorca 
Overall GC - 2nd place 
1 stage victory 



Prior to 1997

1996 Race Results 
World Road Race Championships - 1st place 
Olympic Games Time Trial - 2nd place 
Trois Jours de Vendee - 2nd place 
Etoile Vosgienne - 2nd place (1 stage victory) 
Tour Cycliste Feminin - 3rd place (2 stage victories) 
Chrono Champenois - 1st place 
GP des Nations Time Trial - 1st place 
Tour de Haute-Garonne - 3rd place (1 stage victory) 
GP Apertura - 3rd place 
1995 Race Results 
World Road Race Championship - 1st place 
World Time Trial Championship - 1st place 
1994 Race Results 
World Time Trial Championship - 3rd place 
1993 Race Results 
World Road Race Championship - 2nd place 
1992 Race Results 
Olympic Games Road Race - 2nd place 
World Team Time Trial Championship - 2nd place 
1991 Race Results 
Ore-Ida Women's Challenge - 1st place (2 stage victories) 
1989 Race Results 
World Road Race Championship - 1st place 
1988 Race Results 
Tour de l'Aude - 1st place 
Tour de France Feminin - 1st place (5 stage victories) 
1987 Race Results 
World Road Race Championship - 1st place 1998 HP IWC--4th GC
12 Time World Champion
1996 Olympic Road Race--Silver Medal
1992 Olympic Road Race--Silver Medal
1992 Olympic Individual Pursuit--5th place
1989 IWC Champion
1984 Olympic Road Race--6th placeRoad racing:

1996 Olympic  Silver medal in 1996 against the clock
World Champion: 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1995 and against the clock in 1995, 1996.
French Champion from 1979 to 1989, in 1992, 1995 and against the clock in 1995
Tour de France: 1987, 1988, 1989
Colorado Tour (United States): 1981, 1985, 1986, 1987
Tour of Colombia: 1987, 1988
Tour of Norway: 1987
Tour of Texas (United States): 1984, 1985

Track racing:

World Pursuit Champion in 1986, 1988, 1989; and in points racing in 1989
French Pursuit Champion from 1980 to 1989, in 1992 and 1994; and in points racing in 1986, 1989, 1992.

 

Jeannie during  The HP LaserJet Women's Challenge

Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli Proves She's The World's Greatest Cyclist By Decisively Winning  The Richest And Longest Stage Race In North America, The HP LaserJet Women's Challenge

Boise, ID, June 20, 1999  - The 12-time World Champion, Olympic Gold Medallist, Hour Record Holder and winningest cyclist with over 575 career victories, Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (Ebly), thoroughly dominated a strong international field throughout the 12-day,
13-stage HP LaserJet Women's Challenge, winning by 3 minutes and 41 seconds over her nearest competitor, American Mari
Holden (HP Toner). Longo-Ciprelli, with the help of her powerful Ebly teammates, took control of the race in stage two, never
relinquishing the blue Race Leader's jersey over the remaining 11 stages.

Below pictures are from the The HP LaserJet Women's Challenge

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