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  Louis Trousselier    

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Louis Trousselier was born on June 29, 1881. He died on April 24, 1939.

The French rider won the Tour de France and the Paris-Roubaix Classic.

He also stood on the podium of these races numerous other times.

Trousselier won the 1905 Tour de France in front of Frenchmen Hippolyte Aucouturier and Jean-Baptiste Dortignacq.

Trousselier was also 3rd in the 1906 Tour de France behind Rene Pottier and Georges Passerieu of France.

In the one-day races, Trousselier won the 1905 Paris-Roubaix Classic in front of Rene Pottier and Henri Cornet of France.

Trousselier was 2nd in the 1909 Paris-Roubaix Classic behind Octave Lapize of France.

Trousselier was also 3rd in the 1903 Paris-Roubaix Classic behind Hippolyte Aucouturier and Claude Chapperon of France.

In addition, Trousselier was 3rd in the 1907 Paris-Roubaix Classic behind Georges Passerieu of France and Cyrille Van Hauwaert of Belgium.

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