Historic Overview Marcel Renaud
Marcel Renaud (28 September 1900 – 17 June 1968) was a French racing cyclist who competed in the mid-1920s. He finished fourth in the 4000 m team pursuit event at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris.
Renaud's nephew, also named Marcel, won a silver in the C-2 10000 m at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne. Two of his great-nephews, Eric and Philippe, won bronze medals in canoeing at the Summer Olympics. Eric won his in the C-2 1000 m event at Los Angeles in 1984 while Philippe won his in the C-2 500 m event at Seoul in 1988.
Marcel Renaud - Scores by Season
|17/04||Paris - Roubaix||85|
|30/04||Paris - Tours||39|
|14/05||Circuit de Champagne||19|
|3.||1934||Thomann - Dunlop||512||65|
|15/04||Paris - Caen||10|
|Tour de France|
|4.||1935||Génial Lucifer - Hutchinson||0||1271|
|5.||1936||Dilecta - Wolber||92||355|
|01/09||Circuit de Plouay||10|
|6.||1937||Dilecta - Wolber||0||1063|