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Louis Trousselier

Full name: Louis Auguste Trousselier
Nickname(s): Trou-Trou
Gender: Male
Born: June 29, 1881 in Paris, Paris, France
Died: April 24, 1939 in Paris, Paris, France
Affiliations: Association Vélocipédique Internationale , (FRA)
Country: FRA France
Sport: Cycling

Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)

Biography

Louis Trousselier was a French cyclist who rode in the 1900 Olympic Games, although cycling was a somewhat obscure event in those Games. He is best known for winning the 1905 Tour de France and Paris-Roubaix in the same year. He also finished third in the Tour in 1906. Trousselier other wins included Paris-Rennes in 1902, Paris-Tourcoing in 1906, and Bordeaux-Paris in 1908. During his career he won 13 stages in the Tour de France, and competed as a professional through 1914.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling Men's Points Race France FRA 3 Bronze
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling Men's 25 kilometres France FRA AC DNF

Men's Points Race

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Final Standings 3 9 points
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Prime #2 2 2 points
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Prime #3 2 2 points
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Prime #6 2 2 points
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Prime #9 1 3 points

Men's 25 kilometres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank
1900 Summer 18 Paris Cycling France Final Standings AC DNF