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Grand Prix du Parisien
|Competition||Super Prestige Pernod|
|First edition||1961 (1961)|
The Grand Prix du Parisien was an annual road bicycle race held in Paris, France as a team time trial. It was approximately 130 kilometres (81 mi). Each team had six riders.The event was first held in 1961 and for the final time in 1965. From 1963 to 1965 it was part of the Super Prestige Pernod series.
|Year||Winning Team||Ranked Riders||Distance||Winning Time|
|1961||Alcyon–Leroux||André Darrigade, Jean Forestier, Joseph Groussard, Anatole Novak and Gustave Van Vaerenbergh||132 km||2.55'47"4|
|1962||Flandria–Faema–Clément||Joseph Planckaert, Peter Post, Edgard Sorgeloos, Rik Van Looy, Guillaume Van Tongerloo and Huub Zilverberg||132.1 km||3.00'31"|
|1963||Peugeot–BP–Englebert||Ferdinand Bracke, François Hamon, Michel Nédélec, Tom Simpson, Claude Valdois and Rolf Wolfshohl||130 km||2.53'53"5|
|1964||Saint-Raphaël–Gitane–Dunlop||Rudi Altig, Arie den Hartog and Albertus Geldermans||131 km||2.53'18"8|
|1965||Pelforth–Sauvage–Lejeune||Henry Anglade, Jan Janssen and Willy Monty||125.8 km||2.51'41"|
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