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Historic Overview André Noyelle

Rider

Overall Rank1023
NameAndré NOYELLE
Country
  Belgium
Date of birth29-Nov-1931 - Ieper (West Vlaanderen)
Date of death04-Feb-2003 - Poperinge (West Vlaanderen)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

André Noyelle

André Noyelle (29 November 1931 – 4 February 2003) was a road racing cyclist from Belgium. He won the gold medal in the men's individual road race at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. At the same tournament he also claimed the title in the men's team road race, alongside Robert Grondelaers and Lucien Victor. He was a professional rider from 1953 to 1966.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

7

Major Victories

G.P. Pino Cerami 1964
G.P. de Fourmies 1959
Olympic Games Road Race 1952
Elfstedenronde 1957
Dwars door Vlaanderen - stages 1957 (1)
Tour de l'Ouest - stages 1955 (1)
Driedaagse van Antwerpen - stages 1955 (1)
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Seasons

André Noyelle - Scores by Season

Year Team Score Rank
1. 1951 Individual 67 415
2. 1952 Individual 547 80
3. 1953 Alcyon - Dunlop 77 392
4. 1954 Alcyon - Dunlop 165 251
5. 1955 Alcyon - Dunlop 389 152
6. 1956 Faema - Guerra - Van Hauwaert 80 396
7. 1957 Bertin - The Dura 552 96
8. 1958 Groene Leeuw - Leopold 453 131
9. 1959 Bertin - Milremo - The Dura 355 149
10. 1960 Wiel's - Flandria 328 166
11. 1961 Wiel's - Flandria 596 99
12. 1962 Bertin - Porter 39 - Milremo 281 197
13. 1963 Bertin - Porter 39 - Milremo 324 164
14. 1964 Labo - Dr. Mann 515 103
15. 1965 Dr. Mann 219 218
16. 1966 Mann - Grundig 12 659
Overall: 4960 1023