Full name: André Émile Devaux
Born: August 4, 1894 in Laon, Aisne, France
Died: February 28, 1981 in Chaumont, Haute-Marne, France
Affiliations: Racing Club de France, Paris (FRA)
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
André Devaux was the 1914 French Champion in the 400 metres. A serious injury prevented him from participating in 1924. Professionally, Devaux was an inspector of post and telecommunications. Later he turned to literature and as a writer won the prestigious Prix Édouard-Herriot in 1954 with his popular book "La Gerbe et le Fagot".
Personal Best\: 400 – unknown.
|1920 Summer||25||Antwerpen||Athletics||Men's 4 × 400 metres Relay||France||FRA||3||Bronze|
|1920 Summer||25||Antwerpen||Athletics||France||FRA||Final||3||3:23.5est||4 m. bh2|
|1920 Summer||25||Antwerpen||Athletics||France||FRA||Round One||Heat One||3||QU||3:46.6est||40 m. bh2|