Historic Overview Joseph Groussard

Rider

Overall Rank363
NameJoseph GROUSSARD
Country
  France
Date of birth02-Mar-1934 - La Chapelle Janson (Bretagne)
ContemporiesView Contemporary Ranking

Biography

Joseph Groussard (born 2 March 1934 in La Chapelle-Janson, Brittany, France) is a former French professional road bicycle racer. Groussard was professional from 1954 to 1968. He rode 9 editions of the Tour de France where he won one stage in the 1959 Tour de France and wore the yellow jersey as leader of the general classification for one day in 1960 Tour de France. Other victories include two wins in Paris–Camembert, stage wins in Paris–Nice, wins in Critérium International and Four Days of Dunkirk and the 1963 edition of Milan–San Remo. In 1965, Groussard became the Lanterne rouge (last finishing rider) in the 1965 Tour de France.

Joseph Groussard is the brother of cyclist Georges Groussard.

source - Wikipedia

Major Victories

Milano - Sanremo 1963
Tour de France - stages 1959 (1)
Paris - Nice - stages 1961 (1)

Seasons

Joseph Groussard - Scores by Season