Armand Blanchonnet

1903 - 1968

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Armand Blanchonnet (23 December 1903 – 17 September 1968) was a French cyclist and Olympic Champion. He won the gold medal at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris, in the Individual Time Trial. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Armand Blanchonnet has received more than 9,086 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Armand Blanchonnet is the 165th most popular cyclist, the 3,735th most popular biography from France and the 30th most popular French Cyclist.

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Among cyclists, Armand Blanchonnet ranks 165 out of 1,212Before him are Erik Zabel, Olaf Ludwig, Gerrit Voorting, Jeannie Longo, Franco Balmamion, and Leonard Meredith. After him are Michael Rasmussen, Jean Forestier, Willy Planckaert, Tom Boonen, Francisco Gabica, and Maurice Peeters.

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Among people born in 1903, Armand Blanchonnet ranks 222Before him are Juan Jover, Pál Kadosa, Natallia Arsiennieva, Edgar Bergen, Johann Horvath, and Anne Revere. After him are Millard Mitchell, Voldemar Väli, W. V. D. Hodge, Jan de Klerk, Doca, and Ferdinand Adams. Among people deceased in 1968, Armand Blanchonnet ranks 164Before him are Giuseppe Lepori, Nick Adams, Hertha Sponer, Johann Horvath, Branislav Sekulić, and Alfredo Foglino. After him are Pietro Pastore, Arnulf Øverland, Panagiotis Pavlidis, Carlos María de la Torre, Eivar Widlund, and Marcel Pinel.

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In France

Among people born in France, Armand Blanchonnet ranks 3,735 out of 5,234Before him are Maurice Schilles (1888), Otto Froitzheim (1884), Bernard Clavel (1923), Érik Orsenna (1947), Philippe Néricault Destouches (1680), and Louis-Marie Billé (1938). After him are Charles Alexandre Lesueur (1778), Claudine Longet (1942), Auguste Duméril (1812), Eugène Martin (1915), Léon Glovacki (1928), and Jean Forestier (1930).

Among CYCLISTS In France

Among cyclists born in France, Armand Blanchonnet ranks 30Before him are André Darrigade (1929), Robert Charpentier (1916), Roger Lapébie (1911), José Beyaert (1925), Albert Taillandier (1879), and Jeannie Longo (1958). After him are Jean Forestier (1930), Guy Lapébie (1916), Laurent Jalabert (1968), Michel Rousseau (1936), Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle (1954), and Paul Chocque (1910).