Full name: CornÃ©lie Gilberte Marie DÃ©cugis (Flameng-)
Born: August 7, 1884 in Dieppe, Seine-Maritime, France
Died: May 4, 1969 in Grasse, Alpes-Maritimes, France
Related Olympians: Wife of Max DÃ©cugis.
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
Marie DÃ©cugis was the wife of [Max DÃ©cugis], winning a gold medal with him in mixed doubles at the 1906 Olympics. Max competed at the 1900, 1906, and 1920 Olympics, but Marieâs only Olympic appearance came in 1906. They were married in May 1905. Marie played at Wimbledon in 1912 and 1920, losing her first match both times. She won the French womenâs doubles title in 1908, with [Katie Fenwick], and the French covered court mixed title, with her husband, in 1910-11.
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||Women's Singles||France||FRA||5T|
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||Mixed Doubles||France||FRA||1||Gold|
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||France||FRA||Round One||Match #3||2||Matsa (GRE) 2, DÃ©cugis (FRA) 0||0|
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||France||FRA||Max DÃ©cugis||Final Round||Match 1/2||1||FRA 2, GRE-2 0||2|
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||France||FRA||Max DÃ©cugis||Semi-Finals||Match #1||1||FRA 2, GRE-1 0||2|
|1906 Summer||21||Athina||Tennis||France||FRA||Max DÃ©cugis||Round One||Match #1||AC||FRA bye|