Historic Overview Fernand Mithouard


Overall Rank1912
Date of birth22-May-1909 - Chevreuse (lle de France)
Date of death10-Dec-1993 - Chevreuse (lle de France)
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Fernand Mithouard

Fernand Mithouard (22 May 1909 – 10 December 1993) was a French professional cyclist from 1933 to 1947, he won the Bordeaux-Paris in 1933.

In 1934 Mithouard traveled to Australia with Paul Chocque to compete in the Centenary 1000, one week road bicycle race over seven stages covering 1,102 miles (1,773 km). The race was run in as part of the celebrations of the Centenary of Victoria. Mithouard was leading the championship when he crashed in stage 6 and abandoned at Omeo.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Bordeaux - Paris 1933
Paris - Saint-Etienne 1939
Paris - Nice - stages 1937 (1)
Paris - Saint-Etienne - stages 1939 (1)


Fernand Mithouard - Scores by Season