Joe Laporte competed for Canada at the 1924 and 1928 Olympics in the road race. Between Olympics, he was Canadian road champion from 1924-28. He then turned professional and rode a few six-day events, winning his first one in MontrÃ©al in 1930 with Jan van Kempen as his partner. Laporte rode the event again in 1931, partnered by Reggie McNamara, finishing sixth as a team. Laporte also competed in the 1931 QuÃ©bec-MontrÃ©al race, and a few other six-days until his retirement from competitive cycling after the 1933 season.
|1924 Summer||17||Paris||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Individual||Canada||CAN||54|
|1924 Summer||17||Paris||Cycling||Men's 50 kilometres||Canada||CAN||AC|
|1928 Summer||21||Amsterdam||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Individual||Canada||CAN||31|
|1928 Summer||21||Amsterdam||Cycling||Men's Road Race, Team||Canada||CAN||14|
|1924 Summer||17||Paris||Cycling||Canada||Final Standings||54||8-11:22.0|
|1928 Summer||21||Amsterdam||Cycling||Canada||Final Standings||31||5-21:30|
|1928 Summer||21||Amsterdam||Cycling||Canada||CAN||Final Standings||14||5-21:30|