A track cycling specialist who competed both before and after World War I, Henri Bellivier first came to national attention in 1911, when he placed second in the sprint at the French Championships. In 1913 he won the French sprint championship and in 1914 won the top invitational, the Grand Prix de Paris. He repeated as French sprint champion in 1920 and again won the Grand Prix de Paris in 1921.
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||Men's Sprint||France||FRA||4 r4/6|
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||Men's Tandem Sprint, 2,000 metres||France||FRA||3 h3 r1/3|
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||France||Repêchage Heats||Heat One||1||QU|
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||France||Repêchage Heats||Final Heat||4||1 length behind|
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||France||Round Two||Heat One||2||2 lengths behind|
|1920 Summer||29||Antwerpen||Cycling||France||Round One||Heat One||1||QU||13.2|