Jules Nempon

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Jules Nempon
Personal information
Full name Jules Nempon
Born (1890-03-02)March 2, 1890
Armbouts-Cappe, France
Died June 7, 1974(1974-06-07) (aged 84)
Saint-Omer, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1911
1912–1914
1919, 1922
1923
Le Globe-Dunlop
JB Louvet
Nempon Cycles
Austral
Infobox last updated on
March 30, 2014

Jules Nempon was a French road racing cyclist. Nempon was born 2 March 1890, in Armbouts-Cappe. Nempon first participated in the Tour de France in 1911, but did not finish. In total, he started in 10 Tours de France. His best result was the 1919 Tour de France, where he finished tenth.[1] Because there were only 10 finishers, he also receiving the Lanterne rouge for finishing in the last place.

Nempon died 7 June 1974 in Saint-Omer.

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