Historic Overview Paul Duboc

Rider

Overall Rank607
NamePaul DUBOC
Country
  France
Date of birth02-Apr-1884 - Rouen (Haute Normandie)
Date of death19-Aug-1941 - Paris (Lle de France)
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Biography

Paul Duboc (Rouen, 2 April 1884 – 19 August 1941, Paris) was a French professional road bicycle racer from 1907 through 1927. Despite winning 5 career stages in the Tour de France, he may be most remembered for being disqualified at the 1919 Tour de France for borrowing a car to go and repair his pedal axle. In 1911, Duboc was close to winning the Tour de France, when he became ill after drinking from a poisoned bottle given to him. His fans were blaming the classification leader Gustave Garrigou, and the Tour organizers advised Garrigou to ride under disguise. Duboc would end the 1911 Tour de France in second place, his best result.

source - Wikipedia

Badges

5

Major Victories

Tour de Belgique 1909
Tour de France - stages 1909 (1), 1911 (4)
Tour de Belgique - stages 1909 (1)
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Seasons

Paul Duboc - Scores by Season


YearTeamScoreRank
1. 1904 Individual 0 268
2. 1907 Individual 25 191
3. 1908 Alcyon - Dunlop 751 17
4. 1909 Alcyon - Dunlop 2005 4
5. 1910 Alcyon - Dunlop 203 81
6. 1911 Alcyon - Dunlop 1523 6
7. 1912 Alcyon - Soly 1 583
8. 1913 Alcyon - Soly 20 314
9. 1914 La Française - Hutchinson 496 40
10. 1918 Individual 134 29
11. 1919 Peugeot 715 27
12. 1920 Individual 0 432
13. 1921 Individual 0 631
14. 1922 Individual 0 688
15. 1923 Alleluia 400 68
16. 1924 Individual 15 471
17. 1925 Individual 0 844
18. 1926 Individual 199 116
19. 1927 Individual 15 592
Overall: 6502 607