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Andre RAYNAUD, France  

Birth data: Thursday, November 10, 1904 Birth Place: Cieux, Limousin

Died: Saturday, March 20, 1937 0

Pro From: 1927 till: 1936

the world champion had a fatal fall at the Antwerp Sports Palace during the "revenge" of 1936 middle distance World Championship he had won. After 10 km race, the ride falls due to a front tire burst. The motor of Edoardo Severgnini pacer narrowly avoiding him, but not that of Ernest Pasquier the pacemaker of Georges Ronsse,

Teams not listed below

1922 Category Unknown

1932 Individual

1933 Dei - Pirelli

1934 Individual

1922

Classics  
Winners Avg.

14
Nice - Le Mont Chauve 19-Mar-1922 at .10'13" 16 Km 20.653 Km/Hr.

1927 Olympique - Wolber

Classics

20
Toulouse - Lucon - Toulouse 21-Aug-1927 at .3'00" 196 Km 27.45 Km/Hr.

1928 Individual

Classics

3
France National Championship

Six Days

3
Paris Six Days 15-Apr-1928 3343 Km 23.215 Km/Hr.

1929 Individual

Six Days

4
Breslau Six Days

1
Paris Six Days 24-Mar-1929 3441 Km 23.896 Km/Hr.

4
Stuttgart Six Days 06-Feb-1929

1930 Individual

Classics

27
Circuit de Paris 29-May-1930 at .??' 225 Km 36.44216 Km/Hr.

7
Circuit des Coteaux-du-Layon 27-Apr-1930 at .7'48" 66 Km 30.183 Km/Hr.

Six Days

7
Paris Six Days 13-Apr-1930 3338.25 Km 23.182 Km/Hr.

1931 Individual

Six Days

7
Paris Six Days 29-Mar-1931 3302.25 Km 22.932 Km/Hr.

1935 Individual

Six Days

5
Paris Six Days 25-Mar-1935 3371 Km 23.41 Km/Hr.

1936 Individual

Track Demi Fond

1 France Championships de demi-fond

Updated Saturday, February 1, 2020

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