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Bernard Gauthier

Bernard Gauthier
Personal information
Full name Bernard Gauthier
Nickname Monsieur Bordeaux–Paris
Born (1924-09-22) September 22, 1924
Beaumont-Monteux, France
Team information
Discipline Road
Role Retired
Professional team(s)
1947
1948–1952
1952
1954–1961
Follis-Dunlop
Mercier-Hutchinson
Vicini
Mercier-Hutchinson
Major wins
Bordeaux–Paris (4 times)
1 stage in Tour de France
French national road championship
Infobox last updated on
24 June 2007

Bernard Gauthier (born 22 September 1924 in Beaumont-Monteux) is a retired French road racing cyclist, who was professional from 1947 to 1961. He won Bordeaux–Paris four times.

Major victories

1947
Circuit Lyonnais
Tour de France: 22nd place
1948
Tour de France: 24th place
Winner of stage 20
1950
Tour de France: 17th place
7 days in yellow jersey
1951
Bordeaux–Paris
Tour de France: 26th place
1952
Tour de France: 63rd place
1953
GP du pneumatique
Montluçon
Tour de France: 75th place
1954
Bordeaux–Paris
Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré: 2 stages
GP Catox
1955
Tour de France: 46th place
1956
French national road race cycling championship
Bordeaux–Paris
1957
Bordeaux–Paris
1960
Tour de France: 79th place

External links

  • Bernard Gauthier profile at Cycling Archives
  • (French)Palmares
  • (French)Complete palmares


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