Robert Jacquinot (December 31, 1893–June 17, 1980) was a French road racing cyclist, who won two stages in the 1922 Tour de France and 2 stages in the 1923 Tour de France, and wore the yellow jersey for a total of four days. He was born in Aubervilliers, Seine-Saint-Denis and died in Bobigny.
- Circuit de Champagne
- Tour de France:
- Winner stages 1 and 3
- Wearing yellow jersey for three days
- Robert Jacquinot profile at Cycling Archives
- Official Tour de France results for Robert Jacquinot
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