Joseph Van Daele

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
19191920 La Sportive
Major wins
Belgian National Road Race Champion
Infobox last updated on
9 March 2007

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.


2nd Ronde van België, Amateur
1st Liège–Bastogne–Liège
1st Ronde van België, Independent (professional)
1st Antwerpen - Menen
2nd Bruxelles - Liège (BEL)
2nd Paris - Menin
3rd Brussel - Oupeye
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
2nd Belgian National Road Race Championships
3rd Paris–Brussels
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
2nd Stage 9 Tour de France, Nice
1st Stage 1 Ronde van België, Ghent
2nd Paris - Arras
2nd Paris - Dinant


  1. Joseph Van Daele profile at Cycling Archives
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