Émile Idée

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Emile Idée
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Personal information
Full nameEmile Idée
Born (1920-07-19) 19 July 1920 (age 100)
Nouvion-le-Comte, France
Team information
DisciplineRoad
RoleRider
Major wins
Critérium International (5x)
French National Road Race Champion (2x)

Émile Idée (born 19 July 1920, in Nouvion-le-Comte) is a former professional road bicycle racer from France.[1][2] Idée is a five-time winner of the Critérium National (a race that saw its name changed to Critérium International in 1979), a record he shares with Raymond Poulidor and Jens Voigt. He finished in second place in the 1948 Paris–Roubaix.[3]

Major results[edit]

1940
Critérium National
1942
Critérium National
 France national road race champion
Paris-Reims
Grand Prix des Nations
1943
Critérium National
1944
Circuit de Paris
1945
Nantua
1947
Critérium National
 France national road race champion
Ronde d'Aix-en-Provence
1948
Trophée du Journal d'Alger
1949
Critérium National
Tour de France:
Winner stage 13

References[edit]

  1. ^ UNE PLÉIADE DE CHAMPIONS Avec Émile Idée, 92 ans, en tête! 25/06/2012
  2. ^ Émile Idée, bon pied bon oeil ! Publié le 26/06/2012 "A bientôt 92 ans, le Picard s'est vu récompensé par la médaille d'honneur que lui a remis David Lappartient, Président de la Fédération Française de Cyclisme."
  3. ^ "46th Paris – Roubaix, 1948". bikeraceinfo. Retrieved 15 April 2015.

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