Émile Masson (cyclist)

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Emile Masson
Emile Masson Paris-Roubaix 1919.JPG
Masson in 1919
Personal information
Full name Emile Masson
Born (1888-10-16)16 October 1888
Morialmé, Belgium
Died 25 October 1973(1973-10-25) (aged 85)
Bierset, Belgium
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Major wins
Tour of Belgium (1919, 1923)
Bordeaux–Paris (1923)
2 stages 1922 Tour de France

Emile Masson (Morialmé, 16 October 1888 — Bierset, 25 October 1973) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer. Masson won two stages in the 1922 Tour de France. His son, Émile Masson Jr., also became a successful cyclist.

Major results[edit]

Tour of Belgium
1922 Tour de France:
Winner stages 11 and 12
Tour of Belgium
Sclessin - St. Hubert - Sclessin
GP Wolber
Jemeppe - Bastogne - Jemeppe

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