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Arnaud Geyre
Arnaud Geyre
Persoonlijke informatie
Geboortedatum 21 april 1935
Geboorteplaats Pau,
Vlag van Frankrijk
Overlijdensdatum 28 februari 2018
Overlijdensplaats Château-Thierry
Lengte 182 cm
Sportieve informatie
Discipline(s) Weg

Arnaud Pascal Geyre (Pau, 21 april 1935 - Château-Thierry, 28 februari 2018) was een Frans wielrenner.

Geyre won tijdens de Olympische Zomerspelen 1956 de gouden medaille met de ploeg en de zilveren medaille individueel. Geyre was van 1958 tot en met 1963 beroepsrenner.


  • 1956 Goud landenwedstrijd wegrit
  • 1956 Zilver wegrit
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Arnaud Geyre
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