Historic Overview Gaston Rebry

Rider

Overall Rank183
NameGaston REBRY
Country
  Belgium
Date of birth29-Jan-1905 - Rollegem Kapelle (West Vlaanderen)
Date of death03-Jul-1953 - Wevelgem (West Vlaanderen)
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Gaston Rebry - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1923 Individual 10 404
2. 1924 Individual 73 201
3. 1925 Individual 36 305
4. 1926 Peugeot 645 39
5. 1927 Peugeot 665 32
6. 1928 Alcyon 1386 9
7. 1929 Alcyon 1441 10
8. 1930 Alcyon 94 203
9. 1931 Alcyon 2036 4
10. 1932 Alcyon 758 35
11. 1933 Alcyon 1138 18
12. 1934 Alcyon 1570 13
13. 1935 Alcyon 598 53
14. 1936 Alcyon 250 153
15. 1937 Alcyon 0 719
16. 1938 Mercier 360 108
Overall: 11060 183

Biography

Gaston Rebry (29 January 1905 in Rollegem-Kapelle – 3 July 1953 in Wevelgem) was a Belgian former champion road racing cyclist between 1928 and 1935.

In 1934, Rebry became the third of nine riders to win the Tour of Flanders and Paris–Roubaix in the same year; he also won Paris–Nice that year. Rebry won Paris–Roubaix three times. He also won four stages of the Tour de France.

His son, Gaston Rebry (1933–2007), was also a road-racing cyclist in the 1950s but moved to Canada in 1954 to become a landscape painter. He died on January 5, 2007

source - Wikipedia