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  Gustave Garrigou    

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Gustave Garrigou was born on September 24, 1884. He died on January 28, 1963.

The French rider won the Tour de France once, was 2nd three times, and was 3rd twice.

In the one-day classics, he won two out of the five monuments in cycling.

He also stood on the podium of another monument in cycling.

The French rider won the 1911 Tour de France in front of countrymen Paul Duboc and Emile Georget.

Garrigou was second in the 1907 Tour de France behind Lucien Petit-Breton of France.

Garrigou was also second in the 1909 Tour de France behind Francois Faber of Luxembourg.


In addition, Garrigou was second in the 1913 Tour de France behind Philippe Thys of France.

Garrigou was third in the 1910 Tour de France behind Octave Lapize of France and Francois Faber of Luxembourg.

Garrigou was also third in the 1912 Tour de France behind Odile Defraye of Belgium and Eugene Christophe of France.

In the one-day events, Garrigou won the Milan-San Remo Classic in 1911.

He also won the Tour of Lombardy Classic in 1907.

In addition, he was second in the 1912 Paris-Roubaix Classic behind Charles Crupelandt of France.


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