|Full name||Georges Lemaire|
3 April 1905|
29 September 1933 (aged 28)|
Georges Lemaire (3 April 1905 in Pepinster – 29 September 1933 in Ukkel) was a Belgian professional road bicycle racer, who became Belgian road race champion in 1932. In 1933, he finished the Tour de France in 4th place, having worn the yellow jersey for two days. In September 1933, Lemaire made a fatal fall during the Belgian club championship.
- Georges Lemaire at Cycling Archives
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