Émile Georget

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Émile Georget
Personal information
Full nameÉmile Georget
Born(1881-09-21)21 September 1881
Bossay-sur-Claise, France
Died16 October 1960(1960-10-16) (aged 79)
Châtellerault, France
Team information
DisciplineRoad and track
Professional team(s)
1911La Francaise
Major wins
French Champion (1910)
Bordeaux–Paris (1910, 1912)
Paris–Brest–Paris (1911)
3rd place overall Tour de France (1907 ,1911)
9 stages wins Tour de France

Émile Georget (21 September 1881 - 16 October 1960) was a French road racing cyclist. Born in Bossay-sur-Claise, he was the younger brother of cyclist Léon Georget.

He died at Châtellerault.

Career achievements[edit]

Tour de France[edit]

Georget started nine times in the Tour de France:[1]

  • 1905 : 4th place in the general classification.
  • 1906 : 5th place in the general classification, winner of one stage.
  • 1907 : 3rd place in the general classification, winner of six stages.
  • 1908 : Withdrew in 2nd stage.
  • 1910 : Withdrew in 12th stage, winner of one stage.
  • 1911 : 3rd place in the general classification, winner of one stage.
  • 1912 : Withdrew in 3rd stage.
  • 1913 : Did not start in 4th stage.
  • 1914 : 6th in the general classification.


Other than in the Tour de France, Georget won eight races:[2]

Other Results[edit]


  1. ^ "Tour de France results for Émile Georget". Amaury Sport Organisation. 13 July 2012.
  2. ^ Émile Georget at Cycling Archives

External links[edit]