Historic Overview Marcel Kint

Rider

Overall Rank192
NameMarcel KINT
Country
  Belgium
Date of birth20-Sep-1914 - Zwevegem (West Vlaanderen)
Date of death23-Mar-2002 - Kortrijk (West Vlaanderen)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Marcel Kint - Scores by Season


Seasons

YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1935 Securitas 59 326
2. 1936 Mercier 1534 10
3. 1937 Mercier 918 30
4. 1938 Mercier 2485 2
5. 1939 Mercier 1232 14
6. 1940 Mercier 39 183
7. 1942 Mercier 4 415
8. 1943 Mercier 1391 1
9. 1944 Mercier 572 5
10. 1945 Mercier 512 19
11. 1946 Mercier 639 31
12. 1947 Mercier 4 752
13. 1948 Mercier 148 230
14. 1949 Mercier 794 33
15. 1950 Girardengo 177 230
16. 1951 Girardengo 250 146
Overall: 10758 192

Biography

Marcel Kint (20 September 1914, in Zwevegem – 23 March 2002, in Kortrijk) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer who won 31 races between 1935 and 1951. His finest year was 1938 when he won the World Cycling Championship, three stages of the Tour de France and the season-long competition equivalent to today's UCI ProTour.

He specialized in one-day classic cycle races and won Paris–Roubaix, Gent–Wevelgem, Paris–Brussels. He was the only three-time consecutive winner of La Flèche Wallonne until 2016 when Alejandro Valverde won his third consecutive race and fourth overall.

source - Wikipedia