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Historic Overview Guy Lapébie

Rider

Overall Rank1322
NameGuy LAPÉBIE
Country
  France
Date of birth28-Nov-1916 - Saint Geours de Maremne (Aquitaine)
Date of death08-Mar-2010 - Bagnères de Luchon (Midi Pyrenees)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Guy Lapébie

Guy Lapébie (28 November 1916 – 8 March 2010) was a French cyclist, who won two gold and one silver medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics. After World War II he became a professional road racer.

Lapébie's elder brother was Tour de France winner Roger Lapébie. Guy's son Serge (1948–1991) was also a professional cyclist.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

2 15

Major Victories

G.P. du Locle 1946
3-Seen-Rundfahrt Murten 1946
Zürich - Lausanne 1945
Circuit de France - stages 1942 (1)
Tour de France - stages 1948 (1), 1949 (1)
Tour de Luxembourg - stages 1948 (1), 1949 (1)
3-Seen-Rundfahrt Murten - stages 1946 (2)
Tour de Suisse - stages 1946 (1)
Tour du Maroc - stages 1950 (4)
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Seasons

Guy Lapébie - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1936 Mercier - Hutchinson 523 96
2. 1937 Mercier - Hutchinson 34 487
3. 1938 R. Lapébie - Hutchinson 71 377
4. 1939 R. Lapébie - Hutchinson 249 168
5. 1940 Mercier - Hutchinson 0 597
6. 1941 Mercier - Hutchinson 1 635
7. 1942 Mercier - Hutchinson 134 150
8. 1943 Europe - Dunlop 109 162
9. 1944 Europe - Dunlop 128 83
10. 1945 Garin - Wolber 121 162
11. 1946 Mercier - R. Lapébie 425 82
12. 1947 Mercier - R. Lapébie 0 1153
13. 1948 Mercier - R. Lapébie 1238 20
14. 1949 Mercier - R. Lapébie 267 184
15. 1950 Mercier - R. Lapébie 567 89
16. 1951 Mercier - R. Lapébie 49 478
17. 1952 Delangle - Wolber 245 181
Overall: 4161 1322