De un vistazo
At the 1972 Olympic road race, Francesco Moser placed seventh, a rather inauspicious beginning for a man who would become one of the great professionals. Moser was supposed to be the next Italian campionissimo and, although, he won a lot of races, he seemed to disappoint the Italian cycling cognoscenti because he never won as much as Fausto Coppi. But Moser used his great track pursuiting ability to allow him to win many races with his sprint. In addition, his ability to mount a long, sustained attack was almost legendary. Moser used this to break Eddy Merckx's world hour record...
Francesco en números
Múnich 1972JuegosResultadosDeporteEventoMúnich 1972
8CyclingRoad Race, Individual
9Cycling100 kilometer Team Time Trial