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Donald John Allan (born 24 September 1949) is an Australian former cyclist who rode at the Olympic Games and Tour de France. Allan began cycling with the Blackburn Cycling Club in Melbourne. In 1970, he was paralysed in a car accident, breaking his back and fracturing his sacrum and pelvis. He returned to compete in the individual road race and team time trial events at the 1972 Summer Olympics. In 1976 Allan finished 9th in the 1976 UCI Road World Championships in Italy. Another fractured pelvis and other injuries effectively ended his career.

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  • دونالد ألان (بالإنجليزية: Donald Allan) ولد بتاريخ 24 سبتمبر 1949 في ملبورن، هو دراج أسترالي سابق. سبق أن شارك في دورة الألعاب الأولمبية الصيفية.
  • Donald John Allan (* Melbourne, 24 de septiembre de 1949) fue un ciclista australiano, profesional entre 1974 y 1989, especialista en las pruebas de pista y cuyo mayor éxito deportivo lo logró en lla Vuelta a España donde obtuvo una victoria de etapa en la edición de 1975.
  • Donald John Allan (né le 24 septembre 1949 à Melbourne) est un coureur cycliste australien. Professionnel de 1974 à 1989, il a notamment remporté une étape du Tour d'Espagne 1975 et 17 courses de six jours, dont 15 avec Danny Clark. Son frère David Allan a également été coureur professionnel.
  • Donald John Allan (* 24. September 1949 in Melbourne) ist ein ehemaliger australischer Radrennfahrer.
  • Donald John Allan (nascido em 24 de setembro de 1949) é um ex-ciclista de pista australiano que competiu nos Jogos Olímpicos e no Tour de France.
  • Donald John Allan (born 24 September 1949) is an Australian former cyclist who rode at the Olympic Games and Tour de France. Allan began cycling with the Blackburn Cycling Club in Melbourne. In 1970, he was paralysed in a car accident, breaking his back and fracturing his sacrum and pelvis. He returned to compete in the individual road race and team time trial events at the 1972 Summer Olympics. In 1976 Allan finished 9th in the 1976 UCI Road World Championships in Italy. Another fractured pelvis and other injuries effectively ended his career.
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  • دونالد ألان (بالإنجليزية: Donald Allan) ولد بتاريخ 24 سبتمبر 1949 في ملبورن، هو دراج أسترالي سابق. سبق أن شارك في دورة الألعاب الأولمبية الصيفية.
  • Donald John Allan (* Melbourne, 24 de septiembre de 1949) fue un ciclista australiano, profesional entre 1974 y 1989, especialista en las pruebas de pista y cuyo mayor éxito deportivo lo logró en lla Vuelta a España donde obtuvo una victoria de etapa en la edición de 1975.
  • Donald John Allan (né le 24 septembre 1949 à Melbourne) est un coureur cycliste australien. Professionnel de 1974 à 1989, il a notamment remporté une étape du Tour d'Espagne 1975 et 17 courses de six jours, dont 15 avec Danny Clark. Son frère David Allan a également été coureur professionnel.
  • Donald John Allan (* 24. September 1949 in Melbourne) ist ein ehemaliger australischer Radrennfahrer.
  • Donald John Allan (nascido em 24 de setembro de 1949) é um ex-ciclista de pista australiano que competiu nos Jogos Olímpicos e no Tour de France.
  • Donald John Allan (born 24 September 1949) is an Australian former cyclist who rode at the Olympic Games and Tour de France. Allan began cycling with the Blackburn Cycling Club in Melbourne. In 1970, he was paralysed in a car accident, breaking his back and fracturing his sacrum and pelvis. He returned to compete in the individual road race and team time trial events at the 1972 Summer Olympics. In 1973, Allan rodein the big amateur races across Europe and won stages in cycling’s version of the Cold War Tour de France, the Peace Race, as well as the Tour of Austria, Tour of Scotland, and multiple criterions in Holland and kermesses in Belgium. In November 1973, he was offered a pro contract with Dutch team Frisol. He rode in the 1974 Tour de France as a domestique for Frisol and finished 103rd. In the 1975 Tour de France, he finished 85th. In 1976 Allan finished 9th in the 1976 UCI Road World Championships in Italy. Allan with Danny Clark were the fifth most successful team in Six-day racing history with 15 wins, 15 second places, 11 third places and 12 fourth places off 71 starts. Another fractured pelvis and other injuries effectively ended his career.
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