Achille Souchard

Achille Souchard

Achille Souchard in 1920
Personal information
Born 17 May 1900
Le Mans, France
Died 24 September 1976 (aged 76)
Paris, France
Sport Cycling

Alphonse Achille Souchard (17 May 1900 24 September 1976) was a French cyclist who competed in the road race at the 1920 Summer Olympics. He finished tenth individually and won a gold medal in the team time trial.[1]

After winning several amateur races in 1922-23, including the French Road Championships, he turned professional, and won the national again title in 1925 and 1926. He rode the 1924 Tour de France, but did not finish.[1][2]


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