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Octave Lapize

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[1] he was a three-time winner of one-day classics Octave Lapize Paris–Roubaix and Paris–Brussels.

Octave Lapize (pronounced [ɔktav lapiz]; 24 October 1887 – 14 July 1917) was a French professional road racing cyclist and track cyclist.

Most famous for winning the 1910 Tour de France and a bronze medal at the 1908 Summer Olympics in the men’s 100 kilometres,[1] he was a three-time winner of one-day classics, Paris–Roubaix and Paris–Brussels.

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