Joseph Van Daele

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Joseph Van Daele
Personal information
Full name Joseph Van Daele
Born (1889-12-16)16 December 1889
Wattrelos, France
Died 14 February 1948(1948-02-14) (aged 58)
Amiens, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Rider
Professional team(s)
1912 J.B.Louvet - Stucchi - Gerbi
1913 Legnano - JB - Louvet
1919–1920 La Sportive
Major wins
Belgian National Road Race Champion

Joseph Van Daele (16 December 1889 in Wattrelos, France – 14 February 1948 in Amiens, France[1]) was a Belgian champion cyclist who was a professional rider between 1912 and 1926. He participated in many top cycle races of the time including the Tour de France where he finished eighth in 1919.

Palmarès[edit]

1910
2nd Ronde van België, Amateur
1911
1st Liège–Bastogne–Liège
1st Ronde van België, Independent (professional)
1st Antwerpen - Menen
2nd Bruxelles - Liège (BEL)
1912
2nd Paris - Menin
3rd Brussel - Oupeye
1913
1st Belgium Belgian National Road Race Championships
1st Tour du Hainaut
2nd Tour of Flanders
2nd Etoile Caroloregienne
2nd Stage 9 Tour de France, Nice
1914
2nd Belgian National Road Race Championships
3rd Paris–Brussels
1919
2nd Belgian National Road Race Championships
8th Tour de France
3rd Stage 1 Tour de France, Le Havre
3rd Stage 14 Tour de France, Dunquerque
1920
2nd Stage 9 Tour de France, Nice
1921
1st Stage 1 Ronde van België, Ghent
1926
2nd Paris - Arras
2nd Paris - Dinant

References[edit]

  1. ^ Joseph Van Daele profile at Cycling Archives