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September 8, 1986 | Associated Press
Jeannie Longo of France crossed the finish line in thick fog and drizzle Sunday to win the women's road race of the World Cycling Championships for the second year in a row. Also on the final day of competition, East Germany's Uwe Ampler won the men's 105-mile amateur road race with in 4 hours, 14 minutes and 48 seconds. John Talen of the Netherlands finished second and his Dutch teammate Arjan Jagt won a field sprint to take third.
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November 3, 1992
Jeannie Longo of France broke her world record for women's indoor three-kilometer cycling with a time of 3 minutes 40.264 seconds at Grenoble, France.
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January 4, 1987 | SALVATORE ZANCA, Associated Press
Jeannie Longo broke 10 world records and won two world championships last year. Still, she mostly rides for fun. "It's easy to look around you and enjoy the mountains," she said. In her apartment, on the outskirts of Grenoble and within sight of the French Alps, Longo has put her many cycling trophies to good use. One holds pens and pencils. Another is for keys. Another holds the mail.
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November 5, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jeannie Longo of France broke her second world record in four days, finishing the three-kilometer women's indoor cycling circuit in 3 minutes 41.29 seconds during a race in Grenoble, France. She set a world indoor five-kilometer world record Friday.
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October 5, 1989 | From Times wire services
French cycling champion Jeannie Longo broke her own world record in the high-altitude 3-kilometer trial today, speeding around the velodrome in 3:38.190 minutes. The time beat the record she set last week by 3 1/2 seconds. Longo, 30, broke five cycling records here last week, in the 3-kilometer, 5-kilometer, 10-kilometer, 20-kilometer and one-hour trials.
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November 3, 1992
Jeannie Longo of France broke her world record for women's indoor three-kilometer cycling with a time of 3 minutes 40.264 seconds at Grenoble, France.
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November 5, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Jeannie Longo of France broke her second world record in four days, finishing the three-kilometer women's indoor cycling circuit in 3 minutes 41.29 seconds during a race in Grenoble, France. She set a world indoor five-kilometer world record Friday.
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September 27, 1989 | From Times wire services
French cyclist Jeannie Longo set a world record for 5 kilometers today, covering the distance in 6 minutes, 14.135 seconds. The record surpassed her time of 6:14.813 on Sept. 9, 1987, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Light rain fell as she made the run and there was moderate wind.
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October 5, 1989 | From Times wire services
French cycling champion Jeannie Longo broke her own world record in the high-altitude 3-kilometer trial today, speeding around the velodrome in 3:38.190 minutes. The time beat the record she set last week by 3 1/2 seconds. Longo, 30, broke five cycling records here last week, in the 3-kilometer, 5-kilometer, 10-kilometer, 20-kilometer and one-hour trials.
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September 27, 1989 | From Times wire services
French cyclist Jeannie Longo set a world record for 5 kilometers today, covering the distance in 6 minutes, 14.135 seconds. The record surpassed her time of 6:14.813 on Sept. 9, 1987, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Light rain fell as she made the run and there was moderate wind.
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August 27, 1989 | Associated Press
France's Jeannie Longo won her fourth consecutive road race and eighth race overall at the World Cycling Championships Saturday. In the amateur men's race, Joachim Halupczok of Poland won by almost three minutes. The two-week long championships conclude today with the professional race. Tour de France winner Greg LeMond will seek to regain the title he won in 1983. Longo pulled away on the third of six laps around Chambery, gaining 19 seconds in less than 2.4 miles on a modest hill.
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