In 1903, Lux took part in the first gymnastics World Championships, where he took gold in the team competition and silver overall, behind Joseph Martinez. Lux also took gold in the pommel horse and silver in the rings. In 1907, when Lux won silver in the team competition and gold in the individual parallel bars. He competed in the men's artistic individual all-around event at the 1908 Summer Olympics.
On March 30, 1960, Lux died in Girmont, France. He was 80.
- "Joseph Lux". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 1 July 2019.
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