Daniel Gousseau

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Daniel Gousseau (unknown - August 3, 1969) a French army private and later secretary-general of the French Cycling Union is credited as having invented the sport of cyclo-cross.

Gousseau organized the first French National Cyclo-Cross Championships in sport.

References[edit]

Konrad, Gabe (1996). "Cyclocross: History & What You Should Know". Bicycle Trader Magazine. Retrieved March 4, 2006.