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Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère

Full name: Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère
Nickname(s): Monsieur le Maire
Gender: Male
Height: 5-11 (181 cm)
Weight: 203 lbs (92 kg)
Born: July 21, 1891 in Agen, Lot-et-Garonne, France
Died: July 7, 1972 in Toulouse, Haute-Garonne, France
Affiliations: Stade toulousain, Toulouse (FRA)
Country: FRA France
Sport: Rugby

Medals: 1 Silver (1 Total)

Biography

Marcel-Frédéric Lubin-Lebrère played lock forward for France in rugby football at the 1924 Paris Olympics. He was capped 15 times for France, usually playing prop forward. Lubin-Lebrère played for US Montalbanaise early in his career and then was with Stade Toulousain from 1913-25, winning French titles with them in 1922, 1923, and 1924, after losing in the 1921 final. He later became a coach with Stade Toulousain in 1927-28. He was also a useful fencer, competing in regional competitions.

Lubin-Lebrère was badly injured in World War I, losing an eye. He later became a municipal employee of Toulouse, working with brick materials and in their gardens. In 1920 Lubin-Lebrère was arrested in a pub in Dublin for singing La Marseillaise, against the wishes of the Irishmen present.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1924 Summer 32 Paris Rugby Men's Rugby France FRA 2 Silver

Men's Rugby

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result Position PTS T C P DG
1924 Summer 32 Paris Rugby France FRA Round-Robin Match #3 2 1924-05-18 USA 17, FRA 3 Forward 0 0 0 0 0
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