Historic Overview Claude Rouer
Claude Rouer (born 25 October 1929) was a road cyclist from France, who at the 1952 Summer Olympics won the bronze medal in the men's team road race, alongside Jacques Anquetil and Alfred Tonello.
He was a professional rider from 1953 to 1955. In 1953, he was the lanterne rouge of the Tour de France.
Claude Rouer - Scores by Season Tweet
|1.||1953||Mercier - Hutchinson||117||280|
|08/03||Omloop Het Volk||4|
|24/05||Paris - Clermont-Ferrand||19|
|Tour de France|
|2.||1954||La Perle - Hutchinson||0||1235|