LÃ©on Ponscarme competed in sprint cycling at the 1900 Paris Olympics, but made it only to the second round. In World War I he served with the 315e RÃ©giment dâInfanterie. Ponscarme was killed in action during the Battle of Verdun. His parents later placed a plaque in his honor in the church of Sainte-Marie-des-Batignolles in Paris.
|1900 Summer||21||Paris||Cycling||Men's Sprint||France||FRA||2 h7 r2/4|
|1900 Summer||21||Paris||Cycling||France||Quarter-Finals||Heat Seven||2||3 lengths behind|
|1900 Summer||21||Paris||Cycling||France||Round One||Heat Eight||2||QU|