Romain Bellenger

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Romain Bellenger
Bellenger Tour de France 1929.JPG
Personal information
Full name Romain Bellenger
Born (1894-01-18)January 18, 1894
Paris, France
Died November 25, 1981(1981-11-25) (aged 87)
Cahors, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins
Three stages Tour de France
Infobox last updated on
June 9, 2008
Romain Bellenger

Romain Bellenger (Paris, 18 January 1894 — Cahors, 25 November 1981) was a French road racing cyclist who came third in the 1923 Tour de France and eighth in the 1924 Tour de France and won three stages.

Major achievements[edit]

1919
Circuit de Paris
1920
Circuit des villes d'eaux d'Auvergne
Criterium des Aiglons
Paris-Dunkerque
Paris-Nancy
1921
Tour de France:
Winner stage 2
Circuit de Paris
1922
Tour de France:
Winner stage 2
1923
Tour de France:
3rd, Overall classification
Winner stage 13
Yellow jersey, After Stages 4 and 5
Tour du Vaucluse
1924
Tour de France:
8th, Overall classification
1st, Stage 2 (371 km)
1st, Stage 14 (433 km)
1925
Tour de France:
Winner stage 2
Giro della provincia Milano (joint with Achille Souchard
1927
Paris-Lille
1928
Paris-Chateauroux
Paris-Lille

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