Full name: Adolphe JaurÃ©guy
Height: 6-0 (183 cm)
Weight: 172 lbs (78 kg)
Born: February 18, 1898 in Ostabat-Asme, PyrÃ©nÃ©es-Atlantiques, France
Died: September 4, 1977 in Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, PyrÃ©nÃ©es-Atlantiques, France
Affiliations: Stade franÃ§ais, Paris (FRA)
Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)
Adolphe JaurÃ©guy was a good all-around athlete who competed in both rugby football, over a long career, and in athletics. He was capped 31 times with the French rugby team, usually playing winger, and winning a silver medal at the 1924 Paris Olympics. He captained France to their first wins over England (1927) and Wales (1928). JaurÃ©guy played for multiple clubs, starting with Stade BagnÃ¨rais prior to 1918, then with Stadoceste Tarbais in 1918-19, Racing Club de France in 1919-20, Stade Toulousain in 1920-23, and Stade FranÃ§ais from 1923-33. He won a French title with RCF in 1920 and lost in the 1927 final with Stade FranÃ§ais.
JaurÃ©guy studied at LycÃ©e de Tarbes, and served in the artillery at the end of World War I. He was a vice-president of the selection committee for the FÃ©dÃ©ration FranÃ§aise de Rugby. His career was in the timber industry, where he started as a receiver, then became an inspector, and finally a registrar.
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