Serse Coppi

Serse Coppi (19 March 1923 – 29 June 1951) was an Italian professional road racing cyclist born in Castellania. He was the younger brother of Italian cyclist Fausto Coppi.

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Serse Coppi - Professional Career
... Fausto was not moving with his usual smoothness and Serse was by his side with words of encouragement ... Then three riders crashed, but only one of them did not continue the race - Serse Coppi ...
André Mahé - The Story of The 1949 Paris–Roubaix
... few minutes later the bunch arrived using the correct route and Serse Coppi, brother of the more famous Fausto, won the sprint for what was assumed ... When the Coppi brothers heard about Mahé's unconventional approach to the finish they protested, demanding he be disqualified or demoted and that Serse be named as the winner ... The judges changed their minds and awarded Coppi the race ...