Evert Dolman

Evert Dolman

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Evert ("Eef") Gerardus Dolman (February 22, 1946 in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland – May 12, 1993 in Dordrecht, Zuid-Holland) was a Dutch racing cyclist, who won the gold medal in the men's 100 km team trial at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, alongside Gerben Karstens, Bart Zoet, and Jan Pieterse. He became Dutch champion in 1967 and 1968, but was later stripped of his 1967 title because of doping.Te Fanatiek, Wielersport, Holland, undated cutting

He said in an interview with the Dutch magazine Wielerrevue that his racing career had been undermined by drug-taking and what he described as the witch-hunt conducted in the first years of drug-testing in the 1960s.Te Fanatiek, Wielersport, Holland, undated cutting

As a professional he won 11 races, of which the Ronde van Vlaanderen in 1971 is the best remembered.

Palmarès

1964
Olympic title team time trial
1965
Ronde van Noord-Holland
Ronde van Limburg
1966
World amateur road race champion
Ronde van Gelderland
Tour de Namur
1967
Vuelta a España
:Winner stage 6
1968
Goirle
Dutch National Road Race Championship
Ulestraten
1969
Mijl van Mares
Monaco
1970
Kortenhoef
1971
Ronde van Vlaanderen


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