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  Andre Leducq    

Picture courtesy of www.bikingbadger.blogspot.com
Andre Leducq was born on February 27, 1904. He died on June 18, 1980.

The French rider was a proven performer in both the Grand Tours and the one-day races.

Leducq won the 1930 Tour de France in front of Learco Guerra of Italy and Antonin Magne of France.

Leducq also won the 1932 Tour de France in front of Kurt Stoepel of Germany and Francesco Camusso of Italy.

In addition, Leducq was 2nd in the 1928 Tour de France behind Nicolas Frantz of Luxembourg.

Leducq won the 1928 Paris-Roubaix Classic in front of Georges Ronsse and Charles Meunier of Belgium.

Leducq was also 2nd in the 1935 Paris-Roubaix behind Gaston Rebry of Belgium.



André Leducq leading. Picture courtesy of www.bikingbadger.blogspot.com


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